Dec
1
2015

SECRETLY DISTRIBUTION OPENS LONDON OFFICE

by admin at 7:53 pm

We are happy to officially announce the opening of Secretly Distribution European offices, based in Old Street, London. With headquarters in Bloomington, Indiana, this adds to a growing number of satellite offices, which include LA, New York and Berlin.

Effective immediately, we are also rebranding from SC Distribution to Secretly Distribution. With continued global development of the company in recent years, the name change seeks to reflect a holistic view of who we represent since – as well as distributing Secretly Group labels Dead Oceans, Jagjaguwar, Secretly Canadian and Numero Group – our roster includes 40 other labels; the likes of Captured Tracks, Merge, Constellation, Ghostly International and Awesome Tapes from Africa.

By enlisting the expertise of Chris Cannon (formerly of Communion Records) as Head of International Sales and Steve Rose (formerly of PIAS) as International Project Manager, our aim is to expand and solidify our ultimate goal for these labels: to create a truly global, streamlined and efficient operation.

Chris Welz, Managing Director of Secretly Distribution says,

“This is an exciting time for our company as we add a powerful component to our distribution services. Chris and Steve join a growing international team and will convert their knowledge of label, distribution and artist management into bespoke sales and marketing campaigns in the UK and beyond. As always, we remain deeply committed to putting the best opportunities in front of our labels and artists and we have always taken great pride in our deep relationship to the content we distribute. This new office is a significant extension of that experience while looking to provide on-the-ground guidance in an ever-growing global marketplace.”

Secretly Distribution is a physical and digital music distribution company that was started in 1997 in conjunction with record labels Secretly Canadian and Jagjaguwar. It has amassed an impressive reputation over the past 18 years within the independent musical community while continuing its inextricable relationship with Secretly Group labels.

Secretly Distribution Represents:

2062
Arbutus Records
Asthmatic Kitty
Awesome Tapes from Africa
Bayonet
Captured Tracks
Cloud Recordings
Constellation
Dead Oceans
DFA Records
Family Vineyard
FatCat Records
Felte
Flying Nun
Ghostly International
Jagjaguwar
Joyful Noise Recordings
K Records
Magnetic South
Merge Records
No Quarter
Numero Group
Omnian Music Group
Paradise of Bachelors
Post Present Medium
Quite Scientific Records
RVNG Intl.
Sacred Bones
Secretly Canadian
Sounds Familyre
Suicide Squeeze
Temporary Residence Ltd.
Tomlab
Touch and Go / Quarterstick Records
Tri Angle Records
Trouble In Mind
Underwater Peoples
Western Vinyl

 

Contact:

Bloomington, Indiana

Secretly Distribution
1499 West 2nd Street,
Bloomington, IN 47403 USA

New York

Secretly Distribution
62 Green St, 3rd Floor
Brooklyn, NY 11222 USA

London

Secretly Distribution
120 – 124 Curtain Rd
London
EC2A 3SQ

Berlin

Secretly Distribution
Dieffenbachstrasse 33
10967
Berlin
Germany

Jun
2
2015

5.26.15 New Releases

by admin at 7:17 pm

Highlights from the May 26th 2015 release date:

Unknown Mortal Orchestra Multi-Love Paste Review

Unknown Mortal Orchestra Pitchfork Feature

Shana Cleveland & The Sandcastles Oh Man, Cover The Ground Pitchfork Review

Rachel Grimes The Clearing Paste Review

Thee Tsunamis Saturday Night Sweetheart Tiny Mix Tapes Review

Black Baron Fluorescent Light Stereogum Track Premiere

Shopping Consumer Complaints Pitchfork Review

Jun
2
2015

5.12.15 New Releases

by admin at 6:58 pm

Highlights from the May 12th release date:

The Tallest Man on Earth Dark Bird is Home Paste Review

The Tallest Man on Earth Noisey Interview

Surfer Blood 1000 Palms Pitchfork Review

Blanck Mass Dumb Flesh Pitchfork Review

Prefuse 73 Rivington Não Rio Pitchfork Review

The Weather Station Loyalty Pitchfork Review

Guantanamo Baywatch Darling… It’s Too Late Paste Review

The Holydrug Couple Moonlust Tiny Mix Tapes Review