I (label)

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i
Industry Music & Entertainment
Genre Electronica, alternative country, ambient, art rock, space rock, dream pop, shoegazing, indie rock, post-rock
Headquarters London, United Kingdom
Owner(s) Vinita Joshi
Website rocketgirl.co.uk

i is a London-based independent record label. It is an offshoot of Ché Trading specialising in alternative and leftfield releases.[1] The label was responsible for Piano Magic, who became popular on BBC Radio 1's John Peel show [2] and was awarded Single of the Week in Melody Maker.[3]

Discography[edit]

Title Artist Release Year & Reference
Popular Mechanics (CD, Album, RE) Piano Magic 2003 (inso 001)
3 Field Rotation (2x12", Comp, Red) Füxa 1996 (ire1011)
3 Field Rotation (CD, Comp) Füxa 1996 (ire1012)
Exit (CD, Album) Exit (6) 1996 (ire1022)
The Black Lights (CD, Album) Kirk Lake 1996 (ire1032)
System / Cathexis (12") Technoise / Hyware 1996 (ire1041)
Technoise / Hyware ◄ (2 versions) Technoise / Hyware 1996 (ire1042)
Untitled (7") Drone (5) 1996 (ire1057)
Untitled Unknown Artist (ire1061)
Very Well Organized (Album) ◄ (2 versions) Füxa 1996 (ire1061)
Very Well Organized (CD, Album) Füxa 1996 (ire1062)
Wrong French ◄ (2 versions) Piano Magic 1996 (ire1071)
Kasiotelemusik / Kamikazi (7") Füreasteen 1996 (ire2017)
The Prosperity Of Vice, The Misfortune Of Virtue (Electro-Music For Romantica) (CD, Album) Masami Akita 1996 (ire2022)
Wintersport (12") Piano Magic 1997 (ire2031)
Transient Waves (CD, Album) Transient Waves 1997 (ire2042)
Five Finger Discount (CD, EP) Kirk Lake / Jacques 1997 (ire2052)
All The Clocks Have Stopped (7") Kirk Lake / Jacques 1997 (ire 2057)
Green Field (12") Füxa 1997 (ire2061)
Noise:Quent (2x12") Technoise 1997 (ire2071)
Set (CD, Album) Exit (6) 1997 (ire2092)
Popular Mechanics (LP, Album) Piano Magic 1997 (ire2101)
Popular Mechanics (CD, Album) Piano Magic 1997 (ire2102)
Inflight Audio (CD, Album) Füxa 1998 (ire 4012)

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "I". Discogs. Discogs. Retrieved 27 May 2013. 
  2. ^ Vinita Joshi, Rocket Girl Press Release (rgirl 31) 22 October 2001
  3. ^ Melody Maker, "Single of The Week", 9 November 1996
  4. ^ "I". Discogs. Discogs. Retrieved 27 May 2013. 

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