Pulseblack Records Signs with RedEye Distribution

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Pulseblack Records announces a Worldwide distribution agreement with RedEye Distribution of North Carolina.

The agreement covers current Pulseblack artists such as Die Warzau, Eco-Hed, Everplastic, as well as artists under development at Pulseblack. In addition to retail distribution, RedEye will serve as exclusive distributor for electronic delivery of the Pulseblack catalog available at the most widely known download services.

“RedEye is providing all the critical components as an indie label we need to thrive,” commented Jody Weintraub, President of Pulseblack. “We investigated several distributors before selecting RedEye. We’re excited to be joining their ‘family’.”

Pulseblack’s first release under this agreement will be Die Warzau’s “Convenience” which is expected in stores on May 19, 2005.

More information on Pulseblack can be found at http://www.pulseblack.com and more information on RedEye can be found at http://www.redeyeusa.com

About Pulseblack Records:

Located in Chicago, IL, Pulseblack is a new independent record label specializing in Industrial, Funk, Electronic Body Music, Techno and Experimental Dance music. Based in Chicago, Pulseblack aims to return technology to music lovers and release records that people can love and own.

About RedEye Distribution:

Based in Haw River, NC (near Raleigh/Durham/Chapel Hill), Redeye began in 1996 by focusing on the rich independent music of the southeast with distribution which allowed artists access to all the major accounts located in their region. Since then, RedEye has grown to a strong nationwide distribution network and work to provide distribution services to a broad range of artists and regions.

Contact: Casper DeLeon, Public Relations, Pulseblack Records, +1-888-785-7325 or press@pulseblack.com

Contact: Lori Miller, Marketing Director, RedEye Distribution, +1-877-733-3931 ext. 216 or lori@redeyeusa.com

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