a very limited vinyl record label called Gorefest Records.

10-20 copies each release produced by Ten-Headed Skeleton

I grew up listening to 90’s hip-hop. Some of my favorite albums were from labels that began with the same producer/beatmaker throughout their beginning releases. They all had one thing in common. Their albums started to fail creatively after a few releases. I used to pay attention to the credits in the liner notes. From my observation it seemed when they started to introduce other producers/beatmaker’s into their albums their sound changed. Everyone is different. As a fan of music I particularly want to hear more of what I already like. I want to create a label I would have followed in the 90’s.





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