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Anti (record label)

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Parent company  Epitaph Records
Country of origin  U.S.
Founder  Brett Gurewitz
Parent organization  Epitaph Records
Genre  Various
Official website
Founded  1999
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Distributor(s)  Alternative Distribution Alliance, Republic
Headquarters  Los Angeles, California, United States
Artists  Tom Waits, Neko Case, Mavis Staples, Dr Dog, Japandroids
Albums  Mule Variations, Mangy Love, New Bermuda, Real Gone, Blood Money

ANTI- is an American record label founded in 1999 as a sister label to Epitaph. While Epitaph's focus has mostly been on punk rock, ANTI-'s roster includes country (Merle Haggard), hip hop (Sage Francis, The Coup), reggae (Michael Franti), soul (Bettye LaVette), indie folk (The Swell Season, Saintseneca), rap rock (One Day as a Lion), indie rock (Islands, Japandroids) and Tom Waits.

Headed by Andy Kaulkin, ANTI- first gained attention by releasing Tom Waits's Grammy Award-winning Mule Variations in 1999. Other veteran recording artists such as rhythm and blues singers Solomon Burke, Bettye LaVette and Marianne Faithfull have signed onto ANTI- after leaving other labels.


Anti- (record label) Wikipedia

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