Transgressive Records

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Transgressive Records
Founded2004
Genre
Country of originUnited Kingdom
LocationLondon, England
Official websitetransgressiverecords.com

Transgressive Records is an independent record label based in London, England, formed in 2004. Its founders, Tim Dellow and Toby L, first met at a Bloc Party gig organised by Toby's Rockfeedback website.[1]

The label's debut release was '1am' by The Subways in September 2004, quickly followed by singles from Mystery Jets, The Young Knives and Regina Spektor.[2]

Current artists on the Transgressive Records roster include Flume, SOPHIE, Songhoy Blues, Alvvays, Gengahr, Julia Jacklin and Hippo Campus.[3][4]

The company has also formed Transgressive Management, looking after Johnny Flynn, Blaenavon, Marika Hackman and Let's Eat Grandma, and a publishing company, working with Two Door Cinema Club, Foals, Benny Mails, Odetta Hartman and more.[5]

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