Tokyo Dawn Records

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Tokyo Dawn Records
Tokyo Dawn Records Logo.png
Founded1997
FounderMarc Wallowy
GenreHip hop, neo soul, funk, electro
Country of originGermany
LocationFrankfurt am Main, Munich
Official websitehttp://www.tokyodawn.net

Tokyo Dawn Records is an independent record label based in Frankfurt am Main, Germany. The label carries origins in the demoscene and was established 1997 as one of the first netlabels worldwide to promote "opensource music". The label was relaunched in 2009 with a new concept.

Tokyo Dawn Records is headed by Marc Wallowy and Fabien Schivre and is the home of aspiring and established artists and musicians related to broken beat, neo soul, funk, house, electro, hip hop and other genres.[1][2] The label is also known for its eclectic compilation series "The Boogie", "The Heart" and "The Move".

In 2011, Tokyo Dawn Records released two award winning digital audio processors under the sub-label "Tokyo Dawn Labs".[3]

Artist roster[edit]

Act Albums
under the
label
Amalia 2
Blaktroniks 1
Colonel Red 1
Comfort Fit 3
Daz-I-Kue
Opolopo 2
Personal Life 1
Portformat 3
Positive Flow 1
Pugs Atomz 1
Reggie B 1
Soulparlor 1
Swede:art 2
Vindahl 1
The Grey Area 1

Record releases[edit]

  • Various - Practice Avoiding Mistakes - Compilation - 2003
  • Comfort Fit - Forget And Remember - Album - 2005
  • Various - Margin London - Compilation - 2005
  • Comfort Fit - Polyshufflez - Album - 2009
  • Portformat - The Repeat Factor - Album - 2009
  • Comfort Fit - Polyshufflez Remixes - Album - 2009
  • Portformat - The Repeat Factor Remixes - Album - 2010
  • Swede:art - Emotional Colors - Album - 2010
  • Various - The Heart - Compilation - 2010
  • Swede:art - Emotional Colors Remixes - Album - 2010
  • Opolopo - Voltage Controlled Feelings - Album - 2010
  • Various - The Boogie - Compilation - 2011
  • Amalia - Art Slave - Album - 2011
  • Soulparlor - Evoluzion - Album - 2011
  • Various - The Heart Volume 2 - Compilation - 2011
  • Colonel Red - Keep Walkin - Album - 2011
  • Vindahl - Serendipity - Album - 2011
  • Various - The Boogie Volume 2 - Compilation - 2011
  • Opolopo - Mutants - Album - 2011
  • Stan Smith - The Get Up Movement - Album - 2012
  • Blaktroniks - Ready Set Blow - Album - 2012
  • Portformat - Entropy - Album - 2012
  • Various - The Move - Compilation - 2012
  • Various - The Boogie Volume 3 - Compilation - 2012
  • Positive Flow - Flow Lines - Album - 2012
  • Amalia - Makings Of - Album - 2013
  • Various - The Heart Volume 3 - 2013
  • Personal Life - Morning Light - 2013
  • Reggie B - DNA - 2013
  • Pugs Atomz – Bama Pi - 2013
  • Various - The Boogie Volume 4 - Compilation - 2014
  • Opoplopo - "Mutants Volume 2" - 2014
  • SoulParlor - "Smile" - 2015
  • Positive Flow - "Reflowed" - 2015
  • Still Weavens - "Amisana" - 2016
  • Various - "The Boogie Volume 5" - Compilation - 2016
  • Eneeks - "My Queen, My King, My God"- 2017
  • Colonel Red - "Wireless Soldier" - 2017
  • Various - "The Move Volume 2" - Compilation - 2017
  • Mowgan - "No Time For You" - 2017
  • AfriCali - "Taught Of A Culture" - 2017
  • Various - "The Heart Volume 4" - Compilation - 2017
  • Various - "The Boogie Volume 6" - Compilation - 2017
  • LyricL - "Unequivocal" - 2018
  • Colonel Red - "Rhyme Travelling" - 2018
  • Sool - "Quite Obvious" - 2018
  • Pho Que - "Sweet" - 2018
  • The Grey Area - "The Grey Area " - 2018

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See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Tokyo Dawn Records". Tokyodawn.net.
  2. ^ [1][dead link]
  3. ^ KVR Audio Developer Challenge 2012♙
  4. ^ "Tokyo Dawn Records - Music Releases". Tokyodawn.net. Retrieved 2018-08-09.

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