Redeye, the North Carolina-based music company, announces a new partnership with Topshelf Records for worldwide physical and digital distribution on new releases and catalog titles. The partnership will be effective June 1, 2017.
Based in San Diego CA, Topshelf Records’ roster includes toe, The World Is A Beautiful Place & I Am No Longer Afraid To Die, Braid, Prawn, No Vacation, Wild Ones, mouse on the keys, among others. Forthcoming albums from Topshelf artists Ratboys and tricot will be released under the new agreement with Redeye.
“We are stoked to get rolling with these guys. They’re smart and super passionate about what they’re doing and we know this is going to be a great fit for us all,” said Glenn Dicker, co-founder of Redeye.
“We’re excited to join the amazing group of like minded labels currently distributed via Redeye,” says Topshelf co-founder Seth Decoteau. “The Redeye team is knowledgeable and has been great to deal with which makes us feel enthusiastic about the future.”
ABOUT REDEYE: One of the largest independent digital and physical distributors in North America, Redeye’s client roster includes Acony Records, Barsuk, Burger Records, Daptone, Kill Rock Stars, Warp and Yep Roc Records, as well as artists including Death Cab for Cutie, Iris Dement, Nick Lowe, Sharon Jones and the Dap Kings, and Gillian Welch. Redeye was honored with the Independent Spirit Award by the Music Business Association in 2016.
ABOUT TOPSHELF: Started in Massachusetts in 2006, Topshelf Records is an independent record label run by Seth Decoteau and Kevin Duquette who quit their 9-to-5 jobs at Bridge Nine Records and Boston Globe respectfully to focus on Topshelf full time. Now in their eleventh year, Topshelf boasts a robust catalog of eclectic artists with diverse musical backgrounds including seminal releases by Sorority Noise, The World Is a Beautiful Place & I Am No Longer Afraid to Die, You Blew It!, Pianos Become The Teeth, and Into It. Over It. and groundbreaking developing artists such as Ratboys, Slingshot Dakota, tricot, Wild Ones and more.