Vertical Records

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Vertical Records
Founded 2000
Founder Donald Shaw
Distributor(s) Cadiz
Genre Scottish Roots, Folk, Singer/Songwriter, Rock and Pop
Country of origin United Kingdom
Location Glasgow
Official website

Vertical Records is an independent record label founded by Capercaillie member Donald Shaw in 2000, based in Glasgow, Scotland.


The label has predominantly focused on celtic and roots music, with releases from Michael McGoldrick (Fused, Wired, Aurora), Shooglenifty (Solar Shears), Harem Scarem (Fishcake, Storm In A Teacup), Karan Casey (Distant Shore, Chasing The Sun), Karen Matheson (Downriver), Capercaillie (Roses and Tears), Aidan O'Rourke (Sirius), but has also released albums by Love and Money frontman James Grant (My Thrawn Glory, Holy Love, Strange Flowers) and Scottish singer-songwriter Roddy Hart (Bookmarks, Sign Language, Road Of Bones, The Dylan EP).


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