DC-Jam Records

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DC-Jam Records
DC-Jam Records "Sick" Logo.jpg
Founded2006 (2006)
FounderDarron Hemman
GenrePunk, hardcore, ska
Country of originU.S.
LocationSpringfield, Missouri
Official websitewww.dcjamrecords.com

DC-Jam Records is an American record label founded in 2006 by Darron Hemann that focuses primarily on punk rock, ska, and experimental music.[1] The company was established in 2006, though the first release didn't happen until early 2008.[2] The label features well-known classic punk rock artists such as T.S.O.L., JFA,[3] Fishbone, The Adicts, Down By Law, Trusty, and Government Issue, and several up and comers including Dirty Filthy Mugs,[3] The Generators, Machine 22, Kirkwood Dellinger[4] Downtown Brown,[5] and Fast Piece of Furniture (featuring Jeff Nelson of Dischord Records and Minor Threat).[6]


  • The Adicts All The Young Droogs CD & LP
  • Fishbone Crazy Glue CD
  • Fishbone Live PIC DISC LP x2
  • Government Issue The Punk Remains The Same CD & 7
  • JFA Speed of Sound CD
  • JFA To All Our Friends CD & LP
  • T.S.O.L. Life Liberty & the Pursuit of Free Downloads PIC DISC LP
  • Dirty Filthy Mugs All Yobs In CD & PIC DISC LP
  • Dirty Filthy Mugs Bodkin Downs 7
  • Dirty Filthy Mugs Up in The Downs CD
  • 300 Pounds Trail of Numbered Days CD
  • Downtown Brown Grabbleton Beach CD
  • Fast Piece of Furniture Adventures in Contentment LP
  • Frontside Five Resurrection Cemetery CD
  • The Heard Genesis CD
  • Kirkwood Dellinger Gold CD
  • Machine 22 Off The Record CD
  • Minus-One The Kids Don't Skate Here CD
  • Neon Wilderness (band)|Neon Wilderness Pure Power CD
  • Painted Willie Mind Bowling CD
  • Onward, etc. TBA CD
  • The Rudy Schwartz Project Bowling for Appliances CD
  • The Rudy Schwartz Project Delicious Ass Frenzy CD
  • The Rudy Schwartz Project Remembering a Summertime Rash CD
  • The Rudy Schwartz Project The Year They Switched to Cornmeal CD
  • Trusty Demo CD
  • Venomous Preserved Emergencies CD
  • The Generators Last of The Pariahs CD
  • Richie Ramone Entitled CD and Vinyl


  • Various “DC-Jam Skate Rock Vol.1” CD X2


  1. ^ https://web.archive.org/web/20120326114250/http://punkerpages.com/2011/05/23/dc-jam-records/. Archived from the original on March 26, 2012. Retrieved July 2, 2011. Missing or empty |title= (help)
  2. ^ Darron Hemann
  3. ^ a b "[[AMP (magazine)|AMP]] – DC-Jam Records". Archived from the original on 2011-09-28. Retrieved 2011-07-07.
  4. ^ Kirkwood Dellinger's Working All the Angles - Page 1 - Music - Phoenix - Phoenix New Times
  5. ^ "[[AMP (magazine)|AMP]] – Downtown Brown signs with DC-Jam Records – release record and Rock out with Dee Snider at grand renaming of city for one day in his Honer "Sniderville"". Archived from the original on 2011-09-28. Retrieved 2011-07-09.
  6. ^ http://www.toledocitypaper.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=2786:old-fashioned-reunion&catid=37:listen-hear&Itemid=576

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