Arts & Crafts México

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Arts & Crafts Mexico
Parent company Arts & Crafts Productions
Founded 2008
Founder Jeffrey Remedios
Kevin Drew
Andrés Velasco
Armando David
Humberto Carmona
Distributor(s) Universal Music Mexico
Genre Indie
Country of origin Mexico
Location Mexico City
Official website

Arts & Crafts Mexico is an independent record label based in Mexico City. It is a branch of the Toronto-based company Arts & Crafts Productions.[1] It started business in 2008, when Jeffrey Remedios and Kevin Drew decided to open an office abroad, in order to promote the independent music scene in Mexico.[2] They produce records, as well as license material from other international labels.[3]


Jeffery Remedios and Kevin Drew founded the label in 2002.[4] One goal was to create a family relationship between the artists and the label.[5] They concentrate on creating an environment that is not only composed of high quality bands, but that is also familiar and welcoming. Arts & Crafts opened a satellite office in Mexico City in 2008.

Arts & Crafts México focuses on supporting national and international talent, as well as the local independent music community. During the past years, they have released records of local bands such as Rey Pila, Torreblanca, Los Odio!, Chikita Violenta, Bam Bam, I Can Chase Dragons! and Movus.[6]


Broken Social Scene[edit]

Polaris Music Prizes[edit]

Year Nominee/Work Award Result
2006 Broken Social Scene Polaris Music Prize Nominated
2010 Forgiveness Rock Record Polaris Music Prize Nominated

Juno Awards[edit]

Year Nominee/Work Award Result
2003 Broken Social Scene You Forgot It in People Alternative Album of the Year Won
2004 Broken Social Scene "Stars and Sons" Video of the Year Nominated


Polaris Music Prize[edit]

Year Nominee/Work Award Result
2008 Stars In Our Bedroom After The War Polaris Music Prize Nominated

Timber Timbre[edit]

Polaris Music Prize[edit]

Year Nominee/Work Award Result
2011 Timber Timbre Creep On Creepin' On Polaris Music Prize Nominated

The Stills[edit]

Juno Awards[edit]

Year Nominee/Work Award Result
2009 The Stills Oceans Will Rise Alternative Album of the Year Won
The Stills New Group Of The Year Won

Bell Orchestre[edit]

Juno Awards[edit]

Year Nominee/Work Award Result
2010 Bell Orchestre As Seen Through Windows Instrumental Album Of The Year Won


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