Troubleman Unlimited Records
|Troubleman Unlimited Records|
|Genre||Noise, Noise rock, drone metal, dance-punk, freak folk, punk jazz, post-metal, post-hardcore, post-punk revival|
|Country of origin||United States|
|Location||Bayonne, New Jersey|
The label started as an offshoot of a fanzine called "Wanna Communicate?", releasing 7" singles. The label grew significantly in the 2000s, releasing full-length albums by many groups who are regularly reviewed in media outlets like Spin and Pitchfork. The label focused on noise rock, including releases from Black Dice, Wolf Eyes and Hair Police. Troubleman Unlimited was named "Best Label" by New York Magazine in 2005.
The following artists have made at least one release through Troubleman Unlimited or Italians Do It Better.
- Loud New Jersey - New York Times
- The Best in Pop Music - New York Magazine Culture Awards 2005
- T. Cole Rachel, "Welcome to the Good Life", The Fader no. 53, April 2008, p. 74.