Weewerk, stylized as (weewerk), is an independent folk, roots, bluegrass, country record label and artist-management company based in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It was founded in 2002 as an art-and-music salon series in the apartment of Teenage USA Recordings partner Phil Klygo and artist-curator Germaine Koh. Klygo was Festival Director of Canadian Music Week from 2001 to 2007.
Weewerk has released albums from Great Lake Swimmers, Elliott Brood, United Steel Workers of Montreal, The Barmitzvah Brothers, Barzin, Ox, Two-Minute Miracles, The Burning Hell, Filly & The Flops, Proof of Ghosts, Jenny Omnichord, Don Brownrigg, FemBots, Canteen Knockout, Art Bergmann and The Travelling Band.
The label's name is a play on the name of fellow Canadian record label Nettwerk, and was named for the small apartment space in which the company was founded.
- Great Lake Swimmers, Great Lake Swimmers
- The Barmitzvah Brothers, Mr. Bones' Walk-In Closet
- Elliott Brood, Tin Type
- Great Lake Swimmers, Bodies and Minds
- Barzin, My Life in Rooms
- United Steel Workers of Montreal, Broken Trucks and Bottles
- Great Lake Swimmers, Hands in Dirty Ground
- Ox, American Lo Fi
- Great Lake Swimmers, Ongiara
- United Steel Workers of Montreal, Kerosene and Coal
- The Two-Minute Miracles, Volume 3.5: Rats
- The Two-Minute Miracles, Volume IV: The Lions of Love
- The Barmitzvah Brothers, Let's Express Our Motives
- The Burning Hell, Happy Birthday
- Harmonica, Miaow, Miaow...BARK!
- Proof of Ghosts, Proof of Ghosts
- Jenny Omnichord, Cities of Gifts and Ghosts
- The Burning Hell, Tick, Tock
- Don Brownrigg, Wander Songs
- Canteen Knockout, Navajo Steel
- The Two-Minute Miracles, Volume I (re-release)
- The Travelling Band, The Redemption of Mr. Tom
- Various Artists, (weewerk) is 6!
- FemBots, Calling Out
- The Burning Hell/Jenny Omnichord, Split 7"
- Great Lake Swimmers, Song Sung Blue
- Jon-Rae Fletcher, Oh, Maria
- United Steel Workers of Montreal, Three on the Tree
- The Burning Hell, Baby
- Great Lake Swimmers/Audiotransparent, Split 7"
- Ox, Burnout
- Filly and the Flops, Filly and the Flops
- Canteen Knockout, Broken Down Town
On October 14, 2008 (weewerk) released (weewerk) is 6!, a compilation to celebrate their sixth anniversary.
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- Ladoucuer, Liisa (November 2004). "Collective souls: co-operative values are catching on among Canadian bands, spawning large ensemble acts of 10 or more members who share the spotlight as well as sharing royalties and responsibility", This Magazine, 38 (3): 20.
- Wilson, Carl. "Landscape in crimson and clover", The Globe and Mail, 2004-03-04, p. R5.