Arena Rock Recording Company
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|Arena Rock Recording Company|
|Genre||Indie rock, alternative, post-rock|
|Country of origin||U.S.|
Arena Rock was formed in 1995 in Brooklyn, New York, by Greg Glover and Dan Ralph as a hobby label. Glover later began working on the label full-time after leaving London Records. In 2004, Arena Rock moved to Portland, Oregon.
- The Album Leaf
- Jon Auer
- The Autumn Defense
- The Boggs
- Creeper Lagoon
- Daniel Amos
- The Ecclesia
- Elf Power
- The Gloria Record
- Grand Mal
- Harvey Danger
- Illyah Kuryahkin
- The Life And Times
- Mink Lungs
- Minus the Bear
- Mitch Mitchell's Terrifying Experience
- Larry Norman
- On! Air! Library!
- Pilot to Gunner
- The Sheila Divine
- Ken Stringfellow
- Fuel Soundtrack – 1997
- This Is Next Year: A Brooklyn-Based Compilation – 2001
- Bridging the Distance, a Portland, OR covers compilation' to benefit p:ear – 2007
- Chamy, Michael (May 2, 2002). "Record Players Forget the Gloria Record's past. Just Start Here". Dallas Observer.
- Martens, Todd (July 23, 2005). "The Indies: CD Baby Grows Up". Billboard.
- Brown, Liz (May 28, 2004). "Plugged in five questions Arena Rock chief brings it home". The Oregonian. pp. Arts and Living, p. 10.
- Sullivan, James (January 12, 2003). "Creeper Lagoon rises out of past despair". San Francisco Chronicle. p. 25.
- Stratton, Jeff (January 23, 2003). "Luna Tunes Dean Wareham long, long ago left Galaxie far, far away". New Times Broward-Palm Beach.
- Kelley, Brendan Joel (January 10, 2002). "Starting Point After ironing out the kinks with two EPs, The Gloria Record finally emerges with a stunning full-length debut". Phoenix New Times.
- Official site
- INDIETOWN, U.S.A. - Willamette Week
- Greg Glover Talks Larry Norman, the Man and the Anthology - Willamette Week