Ambiel Music

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Ambiel Music
Ambiel Music logo 2014.jpg
Parent company NJC Music
Founded 2007 (2007)
Founder Gordon Mulrain
Nat Clarkson
Distributor(s) The Orchard (company) (IODA merged with The Orchard 05/04/12) / Cygnus Distribution
Genre Various
Country of origin UK
Location Suffolk
Official website www.ambielmusic.com

Ambiel Music is a British independent record label.

Founded in April 2007, Ambiel Music[1] cater for up and coming artists and are a strong supporter of Independent music from several different genres and styles. Ambiel Music was originally launched as a Publishing company by Frances Shelley and Gordon Mulrain in 2007.

The debut release on the label was from Hummbug with the album Retro Suites,[2] it was released on 10 August 2009.[3]

Artists[edit]

Current roster[edit]

Ambiel Music's current roster includes:[4]

  • Aletta
  • Blox
  • Chris Grabiec
  • Cosha Don
  • Deep N Beeper
  • Mackadena (DVD Beat Company, Rotterdam)
  • NJC
  • The Decadent Futurists
  • Voodoo Browne

Previous roster and featured artists[edit]

  • Area 51 (Raptalk Records, Los Angeles)
  • Astroboy
  • Blackbombers
  • Bongo Chilli (aka Peppery)
  • Brendan Ware
  • Charlie Aris
  • Darien Prophecy
  • Flew Sneakypeaks
  • Frances Shelley
  • Innerheart
  • Innerheart Band
  • Hummbug
  • Irie J
  • Junior Kenna (DVD Beat Company, Rotterdam)
  • I'm Just Happy (Pikey Esquire & Leon Rhymes)
  • Irie J
  • Kyra Ja'e
  • Laura & The Boutique
  • Man From Reno
  • Maaga Marcus (Marcus Harris)
  • MC Random (Raptalk Records, Los Angeles)
  • Mr Lee
  • NJC & Innerheart
  • Sarah-Jayne
  • Stolen Peace
  • The Marvelous
  • The Prototype (Kev Willow)

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ SCD, David (2009-12-16). "Ambiel Music - Majorly Independent". IP1 Zine. Retrieved 29 April 2010. 
  2. ^ Mathias, Laura (2009-11-06). "Retro Suites: Review by Laura Mathias". IP1 Zine. Retrieved 29 April 2010. 
  3. ^ "Retro Suites". IODA. 2009-10-08. Retrieved 9 March 2012. 
  4. ^ "Ambiel Music - current roster". Ambiel Music. 2013-10-13. Retrieved 13 November 2013. 

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