ICC Records

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ICC Records was the record label owned by International Christian Communications Media Group and was a UK charitable-status Christian record production and distribution company based in Eastbourne, East Sussex.

The ICC Records label supports many UK-based worship leaders and Christian artists, including: Pete James, Jonathan Veira, Leigh Barnard and more. Associated sub-brands include Ebb & Flow, Elevation and Kids Collection. The Elevation label represented worship leader Jamie Hill's band Quench for their debut album Afterglow (2003) as well as their EP Reality Radio (2007).

In 2009, ICC Records merged with Spring Harvest to form Memralife Group[1] and renamed its creative division as Elevation music.[2]

ICC duplication & studios[3] still provides a recording service used for the talks and seminars at numerous Christian conferences and festivals in the UK, such as Spring Harvest, Soul Survivor, New Wine and the Keswick Convention. The resulting library of over 25000 Bible teaching resources, some dating back to 1957, is marketed under the SpreadingtheWord label, and is considered by ICC to be a unique collection.

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