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Barsuk Records

Barsuk Records
Founded 1994
Founder Christopher Possanza
Josh Rosenfeld
Distributor(s) Stomp (Australia)
Ixthuluh Music (Austria)
Munich Records (Benelux)
Outside Music (Canada)
Töölön Musiikkitukku (Finland)
Indigo (Germany)
Self Distribuzione (Italy)
Disc Medi (Spain)
Border Music Distribution (Sweden)
Rec Rec (Switzerland)
The Orchard (US)
Genre Pop / Rock/ indie pop
Country of origin US
Location Seattle, Washington
Official website http://www.barsuk.com/

Barsuk Records ( ) is an independent record label based in Seattle, Washington, started and still managed by the members of the band This Busy Monster, Christopher Possanza and Josh Rosenfeld, who created the label in 1994 to release their band's material. Its logo is a drawing of a dog holding a record in its mouth.

The name of the label comes from the Russian word барсук [barˈsuk] "badger". However, the label is not named after a badger, as is noted in the Barsuk Records FAQ [2], but after Christopher Possanza and Jason Avinger's dog, a black Labrador. The dog can be heard barking in This Busy Monster's track "Song 69".

Artists

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External links

  • Official site
  • Barsuk Records on MySpace
  • Reviews, interviews with Barsuk artists on Three Imaginary Girls

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