Artists

We are a micro label that aims to support artists with a passion to create.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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  • Black's Backbone
    Black's Backbone
    With influences from Jazz, Electronic Dance Music, House, Black's backbone looks to push your listening limits.
  • Theft to the Gallows
    Theft to the Gallows
    F.U. APPROVED MUSIC. Their "we suck & you can suck it" attitude has TTTG creating some of the most original sounding music you will experience. Nobody delivers a song as viscerally or as pissed off as these guys.
  • The Graveyard Court
    The Graveyard Court
    The Cleft Way explores the journey of the "Every Man" as follows the prescribed path to success and confronts his inner skeleton.
  • Groov-a-licious Smart Hip Chick Dance Music
    Groov-a-licious Smart Hip Chick Dance Music
    The group TEE, made up of Ryan Black, BB Mayes and Tina Lambert, team up in the first of two adult electronic albums. With mature content and kicking beats this album can be listened to for enjoyment or analyzed for the deep meaning of BB Mayes's lyrics.
  • Euro-American Electrick Glowstick Dance Bunny
    Euro-American Electrick Glowstick Dance Bunny
    This second album from TEE, a team made up of Ryan Black, BB Mayes and Tina Lambert, focuses on the younger female psyche. Electronic music for the music listener.
  • Spiritual Soul Goddess
    Spiritual Soul Goddess
    Kym Franklin and The Cleft Way bring raw gospel and rock together. With powerful vocals and compositions that explore many aspects of the Black American experience.
  • Naz and The Cleft Way
    Naz and The Cleft Way
    This Pakistani-Jazz hybrid album brings influences from around the globe to a unique experience that loosely hinges on the struggles and triumphs of a young Pakistani female as she struggles with the expectations of love, marriage, divorce and family.

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