Why are artists wanting to be signed to a DIY label?

As the popularity of DIY labels continues to expand so does their roster, so why are artists wanting to be signed to a DIY label?

The internet has made it easier than ever for DIY labels

In recent years there has been an explosion of DIY labels and one of the reasons for this may be thanks to the internet and e-commerce.

DIY Till We Die: Blitzcat Records

In the final edition of our DIY Till We Die article series we chat to Blitzcat Records, a DIY label operating in London.

DIY Till We Die: Double A-Side Records

We caught up with the Glasgow based DIY label Double A-Side Records to chat about their experiences as a DIY label, why it was started and much more.

DIY Till We Die: Copper Feast Records

We caught up with Callum Pope to chat about his experience running a DIY label, how he helps artists and much more!

DIY Till We Die: Spinout Nuggets

The short run label that operates out of Cornwall encompasses the DIY ethos into their label. Making it a personalised and passionate hub. We caught up with founder Lee Grimshaw to chat about his experiences, how Spinout Nuggets operates and much more.

DIY Till We Die: Eeasy Records

We chatted to Charlie Wyatt, founder of Leeds based Eeasy Records. Charlie gives us two sides of the story, one from a bands perspective and the other as a label owner.

DIY Till We Die: Beth Shalom Records

After getting an artists perspective on the DIY ethos we wanted to chat to some DIY labels, kicking things off is the London based Beth Shalom Records.