Transgressive Records

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Transgressive Records
FounderTim Dellow and Toby L
LocationLondon, England

Transgressive Records is an independent record label based in London, England, formed in 2004.[1] Its founders, Tim Dellow and Toby L, first met at a Bloc Party gig organised by Toby's Rockfeedback website.[2]

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.[3]

Artists on the Transgressive Records roster include Flume, Sophie, Arlo Parks, Alvvays, Julia Jacklin, Hippo Campus and Songhoy Blues.[4][5]

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 Foals, Loyle Carner, Benny Mails, Odetta Hartman and more.[6]


Retrieved from ""