Silver Sprocket Bicycle Club

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Silver Sprocket Bicycle Club (SSBC) is a San Francisco-based bicycle club and independent record label, founded in 2007 by Avi Ehrlich of Springman Records. In addition to publishing records, Silver Sprocket also supports a range of independent musicians and other community-based initiatives.

Silver Sprocket
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Silver Sprocket logo drawn by Liz Suburbia.
StatusActive
Founded2007
FounderAvi Ehrlich
Country of originUnited States
Headquarters locationSan Francisco
Key peopleAvi Ehrlich

Mitch Clem
Amanda Kirk
Liz Suburbia
Ben Passmore
Michael Sweater

Benji Nate
Publication typesComics
Official websitesilversprocket.net

Activities[edit]

Silver Sprocket is an anti-professional art crew, comic and zine publisher, record label, and "all-around raging dumpster fire."[1]

Silver Sprocket opened their first retail location in December 2017 at 1685 Haight St, San Francisco, CA 94117.[2]

Musicians[edit]

The following musicians have released albums under the Silver Sprocket label:

Additionally, the label has released the following compilation albums:

  • Rude Remix Revolution (2009)

Cartoonists[edit]

Cartoonist Mitch Clem publishes his work through Silver Sprocket.

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Silver Sprocket". Retrieved 21 July 2018.
  2. ^ "Silver Sprocket Instagram". Retrieved 2 December 2017.