Indie Label Neurodisc Records Aligns with IRIS Distribution on the Digital Front as Label Turns 15

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Independent record label Neurodisc Records has signed on with IRIS Digital Distribution to further expand the Neurodisc footprint across the digital front as the label prepares for their fifteen year anniversary this spring. While nurturing a roster of dynamic artists including Amethystium, Blue Stone, Daksha, Deviations Project and Sleepthief -- Neurodisc will work with IRIS to deliver content across multiple digital & mobile destinations including Beatport, eMusic, Napster 2.0, Real / Rhapsody, AT&T, Boost, Cingular, Boost, Sprint, T-Mobile and more.

As independent label Neurodisc Records celebrates their fifteenth anniversary this year -- the label recently signed a digital distribution agreement with IRIS Distribution, a leading worldwide distributor and marketer of digital media. Neurodisc Records has plowed through a decade of chaos in the music industry -- charting their own path and creating their own trends. Focused on developing dynamic producer / artist driven projects; the Neurodisc team has secured some of the most prolific electronic composers from around the world. The current Neurodisc roster includes Amethystium, Blue Stone, Sleepthief, Deviations Project, Eric Hansen, NuSound, Daksha; plus a full line of wildly popular electro-bass releases geared for car audio aficionados.

The company is very excited to be working with the IRIS Distribution team and are looking forward to expanding the Neurodisc footprint on the digital front and beyond. Idealistic and innovative; both IRIS and Neurodisc share the common goal of bringing our best independent music possible to the masses across multiple digital destinations. Neurodisc Records will work with IRIS on the rest of the digital music front while maintaining a direct relationship with iTunes. When the decision was made to go with IRIS -- label owner / President Tom O'Keefe wanted to go with a company that really pushes marketing & promotional boundaries; understands the labels' music & artistic direction, and focuses on a small, select group of labels.

About Neurodisc Records:

Launched in April of 1992, Neurodisc has grown from electro-bass driven albums for car audio aficionados to producer / artist driven electronic albums ranging from Peplab's electro-infused house, Sleepthief's epic electronic pop, Amethystium's neo-classical downtempo sounds to Blue Stone's lush operatic lounge and Deviations Project's stimulating classical-crossover debut. With over 200 CD releases to date covering a broad spectrum of electronic music, it seems ironic that their first release was aptly titled "Technophobia." Moving forward, Neurodisc Records will continue pushing the independent spirit and focus on the artists first. For more information, visit

About IRIS Distribution:

IRIS is the leading digital distribution company dedicated to the successful marketing and promotion of prominent independent music and video catalogs. Founded in 2003, IRIS provides a comprehensive suite of technical, marketing and legal services to independent record labels and physical distributors, helping them to navigate the emerging digital marketplace. IRIS currently distributes a select group of top independent record labels including Big Dada, Burning Spear, Chemikal Underground, Coco Machete, Duck Down Records, Ghostly International, Gigantic Music, K Records, Kemado, Kranky, Le Tigre, Megaforce, Ninja Tune, Palmetto Records, Preservation Hall, and Projekt to digital retailers, including Apple's iTunes Music Store, Beatport, eMusic, Kompakt MP3, Napster 2.0, and Real/ Rhapsody; mobile channels such as AT&T, Boost, Cingular, CosmoGirl, Groupie Tunes, MobileStreams, Sprint, T-Mobile, and Zingy; as well as video outlets including Apple's iTunes Music Store, Gotuit Media, and Ruckus Networks. IRIS is based in San Francisco, California. For more information, visit

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Troy Kelley

Neurodisc Records


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