Fire Records (UK)

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Fire Records
Fire Records UK.jpg
Founded 1986
Founder Johnny Waller, Clive Solomon
Genre Alternative rock, indie rock
Country of origin United Kingdom
Location London
Official website

Fire Records is a British independent record label headquartered in London, England, with offices in Washington, D.C. and Japan. The label was founded by music journalist Johnny Waller and Clive Solomon in 1985 and released early records from Pulp, Teenage Fanclub (on subsidiary label Paperhouse), Spacemen 3 (formerly on Glass Records), Blue Aeroplanes, Lives of Angels and others. In the early 1990s, the label was home to Neutral Milk Hotel, The Lemonheads, Built to Spill, Urge Overkill and others. After slowing down, the label was taken over in the late 1990s by current label head James Nicholls, and has released records by Guided By Voices, Giant Sand, Pere Ubu, Mission of Burma, Wooden Wand, Opossom, Blank Realm, and Surf City.[1]

Current roster[edit]

"Fire Embers" re-issue series[edit]

Associated artists[edit]

includes artists taking part in the James Joyce Chamber Music project or the labels Keep Mother 10" improvised series

Past artists[edit]

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "The Daily Rind | Tag Archive | james nicholls". 2012-04-27. Retrieved 2013-03-03. 
  2. ^ a b "Fire Records". Fire Records. Retrieved 2013-03-03. 

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