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Team Love is an independent record label based in New Paltz, New York, founded by Conor Oberst and Nate Krenkel in 2003. It has released albums by several other recording artists. Team Love also released the documentary film by Roy Germano, The Other Side of Immigration. A distinguishing marketing tactic of Team Love has been complete albums for download in unprotected mp3 format at no cost on their website in addition to traditional record and CD sales. This practice evolved into what is now known as The Team Love Library.

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Formation

The label was founded in 2003 in part due to Oberst's frustration at not being able to sign and showcase talent quickly enough through the record label on which his own Bright Eyes albums are released, Saddle Creek Records. Saddle Creek was a label his brother helped co-found but was operated and managed by various individuals. Team Love, while once distributed through Saddle Creek, is now distributed directly through Alternative Distribution Alliance.

Early years

Team Love's first release was Tilly and the Wall's Wild Like Children on June 22, 2004. In 2006, Team Love released Jenny Lewis' solo debut with The Watson Twins and later the Tilly and the Wall follow-up Bottoms of Barrels. The year before, it put out records by David Dondero and Craig Wedren as well as the Bright Eyes live album Motion Sickness (though the band's studio albums are still released through the Saddle Creek imprint). Team Love reissued Park Ave.'s When Jamie Went to London... We Broke Up in late 2005. The album was produced on Urinine Records in 1999, but in 2005 Urinine closed, making the album out of print.

Later years

In later years, Team Love released Candylion by Super Furry Animals', frontman Gruff Rhys, a live album by art-rock band Shudder To Think, and a remix EP for the Tilly and the Wall single Love Riot, taken from the band's 4th studio album Heavy Mood (2012) which included remixes by Cycad and Distal.

Relocation (2009)

In 2009, Team Love moved from the East Village of Manhattan (13th Street, or "Sugar Street") to 11 Church Street in New Paltz NY. The label opened a public space called the Team Love Ravenhouse Gallery (a partnership with Ravenhouse Management) which serves as an art gallery, record store and physical space for music and art fans. The Gallery (TL-RH.com) is open weekends and by appointment.

In 2012 the label released the four band compilation album Die Pfalz which featured local artists from the Hudson Valley including Breakfast In Fur, Shana Falana, Bloodletters and electronic artist Cycad.

Also notably, Krenkel was a former A&R representative for 8 years with Sony/ATV Publishing before leaving to manage Conor Oberst and start Team Love. He was responsible for signing singer/songwriter Jesse Harris to Sony ATV Music Publishing, who was the main songwriter for Norah Jones' debut album Come Away with Me, winning a Grammy for Song of the Year for her first hit Don't Know Why. In 2012 Krenkel acquired Full ownership of Team Love.

Former artists

  1. "Artists | Team Love Records | New Paltz, NY". www.team-love.com. Retrieved2017-07-18.

Team Love Records Article Talk Language Watch Edit 160 160 Redirected from Team Love This article includes a list of general references but it lacks sufficient corresponding inline citations Please help to improve this article by introducing more precise citations August 2013 Learn how and when to remove this template message Team Love is an independent record label based in New Paltz New York founded by Conor Oberst and Nate Krenkel in 2003 It has released albums by several other recording artists Team Love also released the documentary film by Roy Germano The Other Side of Immigration A distinguishing marketing tactic of Team Love has been complete albums for download in unprotected mp3 format at no cost on their website in addition to traditional record and CD sales This practice evolved into what is now known as The Team Love Library Contents 1 History 1 1 Formation 1 2 Early years 1 3 Later years 1 4 Relocation 2009 2 Artists 3 See also 4 References 5 External linksHistory EditFormation Edit The label was founded in 2003 in part due to Oberst s frustration at not being able to sign and showcase talent quickly enough through the record label on which his own Bright Eyes albums are released Saddle Creek Records Saddle Creek was a label his brother helped co found but was operated and managed by various individuals Team Love while once distributed through Saddle Creek is now distributed directly through Alternative Distribution Alliance Early years Edit Team Love s first release was Tilly and the Wall s Wild Like Children on June 22 2004 In 2006 Team Love released Jenny Lewis solo debut with The Watson Twins and later the Tilly and the Wall follow up Bottoms of Barrels The year before it put out records by David Dondero and Craig Wedren as well as the Bright Eyes live album Motion Sickness though the band s studio albums are still released through the Saddle Creek imprint Team Love reissued Park Ave s When Jamie Went to London We Broke Up in late 2005 The album was produced on Urinine Records in 1999 but in 2005 Urinine closed making the album out of print Later years Edit In later years Team Love released Candylion by Super Furry Animals frontman Gruff Rhys a live album by art rock band Shudder To Think and a remix EP for the Tilly and the Wall single Love Riot taken from the band s 4th studio album Heavy Mood 2012 which included remixes by Cycad and Distal Relocation 2009 Edit In 2009 Team Love moved from the East Village of Manhattan 13th Street or Sugar Street to 11 Church Street in New Paltz NY The label opened a public space called the Team Love Ravenhouse Gallery a partnership with Ravenhouse Management which serves as an art gallery record store and physical space for music and art fans The Gallery TL RH com is open weekends and by appointment In 2012 the label released the four band compilation album Die Pfalz which featured local artists from the Hudson Valley including Breakfast In Fur Shana Falana Bloodletters and electronic artist Cycad Also notably Krenkel was a former A amp R representative for 8 years with Sony ATV Publishing before leaving to manage Conor Oberst and start Team Love He was responsible for signing singer songwriter Jesse Harris to Sony ATV Music Publishing who was the main songwriter for Norah Jones debut album Come Away with Me winning a Grammy for Song of the Year for her first hit Don t Know Why In 2012 Krenkel acquired Full ownership of Team Love Artists EditA Weather Andrea Tomasi Arranged Marriage band The Banddroidz bentcousin The Berg Sans Nipple Billy Stoner Bright Eyes Broderick amp Broderick Capgun Coup Choir Boy band Conduits band Conor Oberst amp The Mystic Valley Band Craig Wedren David Dondero El Madmo The Felice Brothers Flowers Forever Good Good Blood Guilt Mountain Gruff Rhys High Up band Iji band InDreama Jason Boesel Jemima James Jenny Lewis with the Watson Twins Johanna Warren Joker s Daughter Last Good Tooth Long Beard band The Lowest Pair Mars Black McCarthy Trenching Midnight Masses band MiWi La Lupa Nik Freitas El Madmo Park Ave band Popup QUARTERBACKS band Refried Ice Cream Roger Lion Rig 1 Roy Germano Roz and The Ricecakes Saul Conrad SDX band Sea of Bees Shana Falana Shudder To Think Simon Joyner Simone Felice Tilly and the Wall The Lowest Pair The Wave Pictures 1 Former artists Willy Mason later moved to Astralwerks See also EditList of record labels Saddle Creek RecordsReferences Edit Artists Team Love Records New Paltz NY www team love com Retrieved 2017 07 18 Business Week Interview Team Love Downloads Sell CDs Business Week Article Kissing Off The Big Music Labels Stop Smiling Label Profile Team Love RecordsExternal links EditOfficial website Retrieved from https en wikipedia org w index php title Team Love Records amp oldid 1003468613, wikipedia, wiki, book,

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