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B3SCI Records

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B3SCI Records
Founded2013 (2013)
FounderMike Clemenza, Troy Meyer
GenreIndie Rock, Alternative, Folk Rock
Country of originU.S.
LocationLos Angeles, CA
Official websiteb3scirecords.com

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B3SCI is a Los Angeles-based boutique record label founded by Mike Clemenza and Troy Meyer in 2013.[1]

B3SCI Records began initially in 2009 as music blog blahblahblahscience.com[2] and has released early recordings from Jungle,[3] Marian Hill,[4] Zella Day,[5] Elohim,[6] and Aquilo.[7]

Roster[edit]

  • Kyson
  • Trudy and the Romance
  • Young & Sick
  • Mei River
  • Miynt
  • Drinker
  • Nancy
  • mehro

Past[edit]

  • Jungle
  • Aquilo
  • Elohim
  • Marian Hill
  • Moses Sumney
  • Yoke Lore
  • Zella Day
  • PREP
  • SKOTT
  • Hunny
  • Swimming Tapes
  • Fickle Friends
  • The Big Pink
  • Body Language
  • Nick Leng
  • NVDES
  • Evalyn
  • POWERS
  • Thyla
  • Oceaàn
  • INHEAVEN
  • Laura Jean Anderson
  • Hidden Charms
  • Chelsea Lankes
  • Babeheaven
  • Beach Baby
  • Beat Culture
  • LOVE SICK
  • Mr Sanka
  • Rare Monk
  • Misun
  • Molly Moore
  • Fine Print
  • Gosh Pith
  • HOST
  • Ian Bern
  • Over Sands
  • Tower

References[edit]

  1. "Prepare to Find Religion With Yoke Lore at Baby's All Right | The Village Voice". www.villagevoice.com.
  2. "AWAL | 9 Niche Music Publications and How to Get Featured on Them".
  3. "KCRW DJ Garth Trinidad's Top 10 Albums of 2013". KCRW. December 10, 2013.
  4. "Spotify's Top 10 most viral tracks".
  5. "Zella Day's Video for "Sweet Ophelia" Is Perfect Springtime Pop". April 7, 2014.
  6. "Listen To Elohim's Debut Single, "She Talks Too Much"". The FADER.
  7. "Spotify's Top 10 most viral tracks". Salon. January 14, 2015.

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