Machine Shop Recordings

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Machine Shop Recordings
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Parent company "Warner Music Group"
Founded 2002
Founder Mike Shinoda, Brad Delson
Distributor(s) Warner Bros. Records (US)
Warner Music Group (Int)
Country of origin United States
Official website Official Website

Machine Shop Recordings is a record label founded by Linkin Park bandmembers Brad Delson and Mike Shinoda. The label was originally known as "The Shinoda Imprint", named after Mike Shinoda, but was changed in 2002 when other Linkin Park members became more involved. Mike Shinoda and Brad Delson run the label as producer and A&R respectively. The label is currently on hiatus.


Artists partly under the label:

Artists formerly signed to the label include:


Mike Shinoda has stated on his blog that, as of January 2009, Machine Shop Recordings will be on hiatus due to disagreements between the label and its parent company Warner Bros. On 23 May 2010 Shinoda stated a new release was likely, suggesting that they are looking to the UK for new releases.[1]

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