|Parent company||Atoll Records Ltd|
|Country of origin||New Zealand|
Atoll Records was established by composer and producer Wayne Laird in 1997. Based in Auckland, the label records primarily in Auckland, Hamilton and Wellington with additional recordings being made in the UK and Ireland. The catalogue of approximately one hundred CDs features contemporary solo musicians such as Michael Houstoun, Santiago Canon-Valencia and historical musicians such as Richard Farrell and Oscar Natska. Ensembles, the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra, Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra, New Zealand Chamber Soloists and New Zealand String Quartet all feature strongly within the label as do New Zealand's leading composers, Gillian Whitehead, Jack Body, Michael F. Williams (composer), Gareth Farr and John Psathas. Atoll CDs are available in New Zealand, the UK, North America, across Europe and in parts of Asia.
- Christopher Blake
- Eve de Castro-Robinson
- David Griffiths
- Philip Dadson
- Anthony Ritchie
- Gillian Whitehead
- Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra
- New Zealand Chamber Soloists
- New Zealand String Quartet
- New Zealand Symphony Orchestra
- "Angel at Ahipara" by composer Christopher Blake with the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra Strings - Winner in the Best Classical Album 2012 New Zealand Music Awards
- "A bugle will do" by composer Anthony Ritchie with the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra - Finalist in the Best Classical Album 2012 New Zealand Music Awards
- "Releasing the Angel" by composer, Eve de Castro-Robinson - Finalist in Best Classical Album 2012 New Zealand Music Awards
- "Requiem" by composer, Boris Pigovat- Supersonic Award from Pizzicato, Luxembourg.
- "Notes from a Journey" by The New Zealand String Quartet - Winner in Best Classical Album 2011 New Zealand Music Awards
- "Flight" by Flight (Carolyn Mills & Bridget Douglas) - Nominee in Best Classical 2011 New Zealand Music Awards
- "Gung-Ho: Virtuoso Works for Trombone" by David Bremner - Winner in Best Classical Album 2009 New Zealand Music Awards
- "Ahi" by The Ogen Trio with members of the New Zealand Chamber Soloists - Nominee in Best Classical Album 2009 New Zealand Music Awards
- "Puhake ki te rangi" by Dame Gillian Whitehead - Nominee in Best Classical Album 2008 New Zealand Music Awards
- SOUNZ Centre for New Zealand Music. "Publisher Profile: Atoll CDs". Archived from the original on 2010-05-25. Retrieved 2012-03-24.
- Vodafone New Zealand Music Awards. "Best Classical Album Winner". Retrieved 2011. Check date values in:
- Vodafone New Zealand Music Awards. "Flight - Nominee". Retrieved 2011. Check date values in:
- SOUNZ Centre for New Zealand Music. "Atoll Records Awards". Archived from the original on 2016-01-29. Retrieved 2012-03-24.