Below Par Records

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Below Par Records
Founded 2000
Distributor(s) Virgin/EMI
Genre various
Country of origin  Australia
Location Darlinghurst, New South Wales
Official website Below Par Records website

Below Par Records is an Australian independent record label established in 2000 by three sixteen-year-old Sydney high-school students, Jai Al-Attas, Mark Catanzariti and Steven Chalker.

In 2001, Matt Hawkes replaced Steven Chalker as the third partner. Below Par Records won the Nescafe Big Break competition in 2002[1] and, in 2003, Below Par Records went into a label development deal with Eleven owned by John Watson and Melissa Chenery. In 2005 Below Par Records started an imprint called OK!Relax in which they released records by The Scare and Die!Die!Die!. Today, Below Par Records is home to gold-selling artist Kisschasy as well as Something With Numbers, The Scare and Teenage Fairytale Dropouts. Below Par Records is distributed by Virgin/EMI in Australia and New Zealand.

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