Good Company Announce New Label

Good Company Announce New Label

The pioneers behind ‘West Coast Underground’ launch a new label, along with their first release.

Over the last four years, Perth record store and promoter Good Company has manifested a modest, independent charm in the city’s underground house, techno and disco scene. The lads have now taken a huge step in announcing the birth of their new record label Good Company Records. From their humble beginnings to the opening of their Subiaco specialist record store in 2014, the label strives to be a channel for the emerging ‘West Coast Underground’, hosting international underground artists including the likes of Floating Points, Hunee and Anthony Naples. The new label is a big move in the right direction, as Good Company can now continue hosting amazing underground artists while having an elite selection that they can call their own.

Along with announcing the birth of the record label this July, Good Company now brings to life their first label child - Hugo Gerani. The three-track EP features some nice laid back grooves and throbbing beats - you can listen to Track 3 ‘Freeze Action (Desire)’ below. They’ve also hinted at future release contributions from percussionist Phil Stroud and techno duo Senate, so keep an eye out for those puppies. Stream Hugo Gerani's release below via Soundcloud:

Pile TV spent a day with Good Company in their Subiaco record store a little while back, hanging out with the humble music-lovers behind the business - Andrew, Nik and Perri. You can watch that episode below:

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