TBD Records

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TBD Records
Parent company ATO Records
Founded 2007
Founder Coran Capshaw, Phil Costello
Distributor(s) RED Distribution
Genre Indie rock
Alternative rock
Electronica
Country of origin United States
Official website www.tbdrecords.com

TBD Records (previously Side One Recordings) is an American record label co-founded by Coran Capshaw and Phil Costello, and is a sublabel of ATO Records, distributed by RED Distribution. The label was founded in August 2007 and quickly announced its first release, the band Underworld's first studio album in five years, Oblivion with Bells. Side One Recordings gained attention when it was connected with the CD release of Radiohead's 2007 album In Rainbows in the United States and Canada. In 2008 they signed the British band Hatcham Social, releasing their debut album You Dig The Tunnel I'll Hide The Soil in June 2009.

Name change from Side One Recordings[edit]

Due to legal issues with a similarly named operator in the U.S., Side One Recordings was forced to change its name. This brought Underworld and Radiohead under the same newly named label.[1] According to the TBD Records website, "The original name for this record company was Side One Recordings. But some potential issues caused us to figure out a new name, and quick. We came up with TBD as it seemed appropriate for the situation, but we like it."[2]

Artists signed to the label[edit]

Discography[edit]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Barrett, Christopher (2007-11-08). "Radiohead ink North America and Japan deals". Music Week. Retrieved 2007-11-18. 
  2. ^ "Once Side One, We Are Now TBD Records". TBD Records. 2007-11-12. Retrieved 2007-11-18. 

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