Boom One Records

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Boom One Records
Boom One Records logo orange.jpg
Founded 2007
Genre Reggae, Dub, Dubtronica, Electronica, Punk, Dubstep, Cumbia, Dancehall, Ragga Jungle
Country of origin United States
Location North Carolina
Official website www.boomonerecords.com

Boom One Records is an independent record label that specializes in roots reggae, dub, dubtronica, dubstep, cumbia, dancehall, electronica, punk and ragga jungle. Based in North Carolina, Boom One Records was founded in 2007 by Peter Brown and Justin Butler.[1] In addition to music publishing Boom One Records is also involved in artist tour and concert promotion.[2]

Several releases on Boom One Records have received awards and critical acclaim from music critics. Hope Massive's "itany" was listed number 2 of the top 20 reggae albums released in 2008 by WNCW.[3] Damo Naimad's Nu Cumbia release "Ritmo De Porro" received critical acclaim being included on the Generation Bass' "The Year's Round Up" as one of the best Nu Cumbia albums of 2012.[4] In 2013 Boom One Sound System's "Stop" featuring B. Davis was listed 8th on Juno Download's "Best Dub of 2013" list. [5] Also in 2013 "Optimist by Choice" by Semtam ft. Mannex was nominated for an Anděl Award in the Ska and Reggae category. [6]

Awards[edit]

2013 - "Optimist by Choice" by Semtam ft. Mannex was nominated for an Anděl Award in the Ska and Reggae category. [7]

2013 - Boom One Record won the "Label to Watch in 2014" from Symphonic Distribution [8]

2013 - Boom One Sound System's "Stop" featuring B. Davis was listed 8th on Juno Download's "Best Dub of 2013" list. [9]

2008 - Hope Massive's "itany" was listed number 2 of the top 20 reggae albums released in 2008 by WNCW.[10]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Madison V. Fisler. "Boom One Records Brings Out The ‘Bass Culture’". High Country Press. Retrieved November 5, 2012. 
  2. ^ "Hope Massive, Boom One perform Sept. 15". Mountain Times. Retrieved September 13, 2012. 
  3. ^ "WNCW's 2008 Top 100 results". WNCW-FM. 
  4. ^ El Guero Unico. "Sexxy Saturday Cumbia – The Year’s End". Generation Bass. Retrieved December 29, 2012. 
  5. ^ "Junodownload's "Best Dub of 2013"". Junodownload. 
  6. ^ "Anděl Awards 2013". Ceny Anděl. 
  7. ^ "Anděl Awards 2013". Ceny Anděl. 
  8. ^ "Symphonic Distribution 2013 Awards!". Symphonic Distribution. 
  9. ^ "Junodownload's "Best Dub of 2013"". Junodownload. 
  10. ^ "WNCW's 2008 Top 100 results". WNCW-FM. 

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