Royal Mountain Records is a Canadian independent record label and artist-management company, based in Toronto. It has been hailed as one of the strongest record labels in Canada and is known for helping to launch the careers of many developing artists, including Alvvays and PUP.
Founded in 2009 by Hollerado front man Menno Versteeg and Adam “Bix” Berger, the label was originally intended as a means to self release Hollerado's critically acclaimed debut "Record in a Bag" (RMR-001). It soon became a platform to launch the careers of other local Toronto artists such as PUP and Alvvays. Upon the success of these releases, as well a reputation for an extremely artist-first ethos, the label was able to sign international acts such as Mac DeMarco, Metz and U.S. Girls while continuing to develop break out artists such as Calpurnia and Dizzy.