FTD Records was established in 1998 by DJ and Dance Music Producer Bradley G and Tony Ruby. It was launched from the Skylight Studios complex built above the Harlequins nightclub in East London. FTD Stands for "From The Dark" which mainly came about as Bradley G's previous studio had no windows. FTD's biggest release was "Sweetheart" in 1998 distributed under "Blink Music" which sold just over 15,000 copies, a huge achievement considering it was a 12" release.
FTD moved to the "Attic Studios" built in a converted house in East London in 1999, before finally moving to the "Ferry Lane Studios", a purpose built complex in Rainham Essex for a final time in 2003.
The label ceased operations in 2004.
|Release||By||Label / Catalogue||Year|
|Halloween (12",EP)||Bradley G||FTD Records FTD001||1998|
|Sweetheart (12")||Bradley G feat Jennifer O Kane||FTD Records FTD002||1998|
|Tell me your name||Bradley G feat Kyle||FTD Records FTD003||1999|
|Dettol (12", Whi)||Brief||FTD Records DE301||1999|
|Making Moves (12",EP)||Bradley G feat MC Sel, MC Miller and Jennifer O Kane||FTD Records FTD004||2001|
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