Gooom Disques

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Gooom Disques, or Gooom, was an electronic music record label based in Paris, France. Gooom was founded by Jean-Philippe Talaga in 1997 after interviewing the British post-rock act Stereolab for his fanzine and both parties agreeing to release music. As a result, the first release on the label was a split EP by Stereolab and Fugu.[1]

The label gained exposure outside France with the popularity of the artist M83. Since 2005 the label is dormant.



  1. ^ "Chronic'art interview with Jean-Philippe Talaga". Archived from the original on 2005-10-17. Retrieved 2006-05-22.

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