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|Genre||Rock, indie rock, alternative rock, Metal, hard rock|
|Country of origin||USA|
In 2008, Kemado introduced its Mexican Summer imprint. The label focuses on digital and limited-edition vinyl releases. Then in October 2009 Kemado Records and Mexican Summer opened Co-Op 87, a destination brick-and-mortar record store in Greenpoint, Brooklyn with several other record labels, an idea label owner Andrés Santo Domingo called a "vinyl co-op store." They also opened Gary's Electric Studio, a commercial recording space, at the same location.
In 2011, Mexican Summer and Kemado Records introduced a new subsidiary label called Software Recording Co. It is run by Daniel Lopatin, who records under the name Oneohtrix Point Never and whose collaborative album with Joel Ford, Channel Pressure, served as the label's inaugural release. Software Recording Co. focuses mostly on experimental electronic and dance music.
Artists and releases
- Diamond Nights
- Electric Voyage
- Farmer Dave Scher
- Futur Skullz
- Langhorne Slim
- Marissa Nadler
- Spiders[disambiguation needed]
- The Fever
- The Soft Pack
- The Sword
- TK Webb & The Visions
- True Widow
- Wild Hunt
Invaders Voyage: Facing the History of French Modern Psychedelic Music Shout!: The Revolution Rave-Up Alive 1997–2003
- Tom Clapp—Co-Founder
- Andrés Santo Domingo—President and Co-Founder
- Keith Abrahamsson—Head of A&R
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- McMenamin, Jessica. "Kemado Records' New Digs". BlackBook Mag. BlackBook Mag. Retrieved October 19, 2012.
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