Almost Gold Recordings

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"Almost Gold" redirects here. For the song by The Jesus and Mary Chain, see Almost Gold (song).
Almost Gold Recordings
Founded 2007
Founder Scott Rodger, Clare Britt
Distributor(s) Universal Music Group
Genre Alternative
Country of origin United States
Location New York City
London
Official website almostgoldrecordings.com

Almost Gold Recordings is an independent record label. It was originally founded in 2007 in New York City by Scott Rodger of Quest Management with distribution in North America through Columbia Records. The first release on Almost Gold was the Peter Bjorn and John album Writer's Block, on February 6, 2007. Almost Gold is now fully independent in North America having severed ties with Columbia Records.

Almost Gold Recordings is a partnership between Scott Rodger and Clare Britt (formerly of Rough Trade and Island Records), with distribution Worldwide through Mercury Records. The first release on Almost Gold in the UK and internationally was Black Kids' debut album Partie Traumatic in July 2008. Other notable acts include Calvin Harris and Does It Offend You, Yeah?

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