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|Founder||Andy Miller, Shaun Tallamy|
|Country of origin||United Kingdom|
Founded by record producer Andy Miller and friend Shaun Tallamy in May 2003, the aim of the label was to support, develop and release music by some of the bands Miller had recorded at Chem Nineteen Studios, Hamilton, South Lanarkshire, many of which he felt were being overlooked by the music industry. Gargleblast's first release was "Gravitas" a/a "Hammer and Frogs", a limited edition 7" Single by Belfast band Desert Hearts on 20 July 2004, followed by "Camera" a/a "All Saints Day" by local band De Rosa on 9 August.
Gargleblast Records spent 2008 and 2009 developing their premises in Hamilton, Scotland into a multi room recording studio. Gargleblast Studios opened in 2009 and is now home to the label. Andy Miller is head engineer at the studio.
|Title||Release date||Cat No||Format|
|Desert Hearts - "Gravitas" a/a "Hammer and Frogs"||20 July 2004||GARGLE001||7" Vinyl Single|
|De Rosa - "Camera" a/a "All Saints Day"||9 August 2004||GARGLE002||7" Vinyl Single|
|Emer - "Windows Close" a/a "Speed Of Dark"||3 October 2005||GARGLE003||7" Vinyl Single|
|De Rosa - "Mend"||19 June 2006||CHEM089||CD Album (licensed to Chemikal Underground Records)|
|Desert Hearts - "Hotsy Totsy Nagasaki"||30 October 2006||GARGLE004CD||CD Album, Digital Download|
|Life Without Buildings - "Live At The Annandale Hotel"||11 June 2007||GARGLE005CD||CD Album, Digital Download|
|Foxface - "This Is What Makes Us"||5 November 2007||GARGLE006CD||CD Album, Digital Download|
|Martin John Henry - Debut album, as yet untitled||Spring 2011||Cat No. TBA|