Backporch Revolution

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Backporch Revolution is an independent record label, netlabel, and artists' collective from New Orleans, Louisiana, probably most noted for releasing material by Chef Menteur, potpie and other New Orleans underground artists. In 2006, Backporch Revolution released the compilation Proud To Swim Home: A Backporch Revolution Compilation for New Orleans, a benefit disc for groups assisting New Orleans' recovery after Hurricane Katrina.


Artists whose work has appeared on this label include (but not limited to):

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(1)This followed the extremely popular and visible "New Orleans: Proud To Swim Home" bumper sticker which was a conception of Dan Haugh, and seen in the Spike Lee documentary When the Levees Broke.

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