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Not Not Fun (Record label)
Not Not Fun Records is a record label from Los Angeles founded by Britt und Amanda Brown in 2004. The roots of the label are DIY: The two sold 3$-Mixtapes to their friends and this way they established their self-image as record label. Eight years later they are still committed to this DIY attitude, but are selling woldwide records and tapes of international artists like Maria Minerva and Cankun. Whether hip hop, esoteric or dance: The main thing is, that they can establish a connection to the musicians: »I think when we come together, it’s about looking for hardworking, soulful, creatively talented people. We care more about relationships.« named they in an interview with Altered Zones the basic setting, that sets Not Not Fun Records apart from other record labels.
Not Not Fun in Reviews
Music − Review | posted 23.11.2012
LA Vampires & Maria Minerva
The Integration LP
They could have done even better: dusty vintage-house-beats meet weirdo-pop-vocals. However, the record is lacking the courage for catchiness at some points.
Music − Review | posted 06.01.2012
Having already been released in the U.S. the spring of 2011, one of last year’s top-notch records is finally arriving at Europe’s market, as well.
Music − Portrait | posted 11.03.2021
Deep Listening Forever!
Whehter it’s Pauline Oliveros, Éliane Radigue, Alina Kalancea or Caterina Barbieri: For 20 years now, Important Records has been like a well-stocked record shop for exciting sounds and music that needs to be heard intensely.
Music − News | posted 15.02.2021
Exclusive Edition: »Bring Backs«
Alfa Mist releases “Bring Backs”, his most sophisticated album to date, on April 23. Exclusively at HHV Records the record is available in a limited Peach Vinyl Edition.
Music − News | posted 08.03.2021
Exclusive Edition: »Mosaic Of The Orient«
The great Lebanese songwriter Elias Rahbani passed away in January. His album »Mosaic Of The Orient« is now being reissued. Exclusively from us it is available in a limited Red Vinyl Edition.
Music − Column | posted 21.03.2021
Yellow Magic Orchestra – BGM (1981)
Cues for the future: on their fourth album, »BGM«, the synth wizards of Yellow Magic Orchestra drafted background music for generations to come.
Music − Review | posted 31.03.2021
A highly informative odyssey into techno history: »Green Trax« collects gems by British producer Steve O’Sullivan.