Standard Recording Company

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Standard Recording Company
Founded 2001
Status Active
Distributor(s) Nail Distribution
Genre Indie
Folk
Anti-folk
Indie-pop
Country of origin US
Location Indianapolis, IN
Official website http://www.standardrecording.com

Standard Recording Company is an independent record label based out of Indianapolis, Indiana. Formed in the early 2000s, its specialty is indie rock.

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Artists that have released albums through Standard include Amo Joy, Arrah and the Ferns, Big Big Car, Calibretto, Castle Oldchair, Chad Serhal, Dean Plays Hardball, Everthus The Deadbeats, Everything, Now!, Harley Poe, Kentucky Nightmare, Margot & the Nuclear So and So's, Marla Hansen, Martin Hoybye, Miranda Sound, More Animals of the Arctic, and This Story.

Standard releases their albums through Nail Distribution. Their offerings include a Christmas album, titled A Very Standard Christmas, which features songs from the label's artists, as well as compact discs, 7" vinyl singles and full length and split 12" LP albums.

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