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Penultimate Records is an Australian punk rock record label based in Perth, Western Australia. It was founded by Jamie Mallinder in 2017 initially as an outlet to release limited run, exclusive one-off releases on vinyl and cassette with emerging artists before eventually signing its first Australian artist, Melbourne based Bukowski. Years before founding the label, Mallinder was the lead vocalist of an emerging Perth punk band An Evening at Elmwood that performing at Soundwave Festival, The Taste of Chaos Festival and other notable festivals. Mallinder became disenchanted by the music industry after conversations with international touring artists and local artists signed with independent labels on characteristics and aspects of deals, shaping Mallinder's perspective on the music industry as a whole; leading him to form Penultimate Records in an attempt to offer a different business model to artists.
Beginning as a home operation, and having only put out a handful of releases by the end of 2017, by early 2018 the label had attracted and signed Billboard charting artists Handguns and Forever Came Calling as well as forming a partnership with SmartPunk bringing exclusive previously unavailable vinyl record releases by The Used, Set Your Goals, Goldfinger, August Burns Red, Silverstein and more to Australia. 
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- On the record: Bukowski. Bombshellzine, May 2015.
- . Born Yesterday Music, April 2017.
- . Indie Pulse Magazine, April 2018.
- . Bombshellzine, February, 2018.
- "US Pop Punkers Forever Came Calling ink Aus Deal with Penultimate Records, themusic.com.au". www.themusic.com.au. Retrieved 2018-02-11.
- . Hysteria Magazine, February, 2018.
Category:Australian record labels Category:Punk record labels Category:Hardcore record labels Category:Post-hardcore record labels Category:Alternative rock record labels Category:Indie rock record labels
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