Dine Alone Records

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Dine Alone Records
Dine Alone Records Logo.png
Founded 2005
Founder Joel Carriere
Distributor(s) ADA (US), Fontana North (CAN)
Genre Rock, indie rock, emo, post-hardcore, hardcore punk, punk
Country of origin Canada
Location Toronto, Ontario
Official website http://www.dinealonerecords.com

Dine Alone Records is a Canadian independent Record Label founded by Joel Carriere. The Label specializes in a wide range of alternative rock. Dine Alone was until recently closely associated with Distort Entertainment's president Greg Below.[1]

History[edit]

Dine Alone Records was founded by Joel Carriere in early 2005 with associate Greg Below (Distort Entertainment). The label began by debuting City and Colour with Sometimes. Working with Dallas Green achieved immediate success and profit. This allowed Dine Alone to sign other bands such as Bedouin Soundclash. Carriere's intentions in beginning the label were to further the opportunities available to the bands he managed and was passionate about. The label's association with Greg Below and Distort Entertainment have since diminished.[2]

Dine Alone Records and Bedlam Music Management (Also owned and operated by Joel Carriere) employ about fifteen people.[3]

Current bands[edit]

Alumni[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ City News video interview with Joel Carriere
  2. ^ Dine Alone Records Discogs
  3. ^ [1][dead link]

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