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XL Recordings

XL Recordings is a British independent record label founded in 1989 by Tim Palmer and Nick Halkes. It is run and co-owned by Richard Russell since 1996. It forms part of the Beggars Group.

XL Recordings
IndustryMusic & Entertainment
GenreVarious
Founded1989; 32 years ago (1989)
FounderTim Palmer and
Nick Halkes
Headquarters
Key people
Richard Russell (CEO)
ParentBeggars Group
Websitexlrecordings.com

Although only releasing an average of six albums a year, XL has worked with Adele, Arca, Azealia Banks, Beck, Dizzee Rascal, Electric Six, FKA Twigs, Giggs, Gil Scott-Heron, Gotan Project, The Horrors, Yaeji, Jai Paul, Jungle, King Krule, Lemon Jelly, M.I.A., Nines, Peaches, The Prodigy, Radiohead, Sampha, SBTRKT, Sigur Rós, Tyler, the Creator, Vampire Weekend, The White Stripes, and The xx. The label releases albums worldwide and operates across a range of genres.

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1980s and 1990s

The label was launched in 1989 to release rave and dance music. It was originally an imprint of Beggars Banquet's more commercial dance label Citybeat, which was known for records by acts such as Freeez, Rob Base & EZ Rock,Starlight, Dream Frequency and the Ultramagnetic MCs. However, with the success of acts such as The Prodigy and SL2, XL superseded Citybeat in its lineup.

During the early 1990s, XL releases were dance oriented ranging from Belgian techno (T99's "Anasthasia") to breakbeat hardcore (SL2's "On a Ragga Tip") to drum and bass (Jonny L's "I'm Leavin'"). This period of XL's history has been recorded on the XL Recordings Chapters compilation series. In 1993, Halkes left XL to form the EMI-owned commercial dance label Positiva, and subsequently his own independent commercial dance label Incentive. After Palmer retired in 1996, Russell took over the running of the business.

Russell later broadened the musical horizons of the label, whilst maintaining a credo of working with artists he saw as original and inventive. In 1994, the label released The Prodigy's second album, Music for the Jilted Generation which debuted in the UK Albums Chart at number one, and in 1997 it released the third album by The Prodigy, The Fat of the Land which entered the British and American charts at number one and went on to be number one in 26 countries.

2000s

June 2000 saw the release of Badly Drawn Boy's The Hour of Bewilderbeast which won the 2000 Mercury Music Prize. The next year, The White Stripes third album White Blood Cells was released together with reissues of the band's previous albums, The White Stripes and De Stijl. In 2003 XL Recordings won the Music Week A&R award, and also released The White Stripes fourth album Elephant which was their first UK number one album and eventually reached double platinum certification in Britain. In the same year XL released Dizzee Rascal's first solo album, Boy in da Corner for which Dizzee was awarded the Mercury Prize for the best album of 2003.

In March 2005, M.I.A.'s debut album Arular was released after several months' delay. Thom Yorke, from Radiohead, released his first solo record, The Eraser, on the label in July 2006. In October 2007, Radiohead completed negotiations to sign with XL for physical release of their seventh studio album, In Rainbows. Radiohead subsequently went on to release through XL, and have so far released everything since their eighth studio album The King Of Limbs on the label. As director of XL Recordings, Richard Russell was included in a 2007 Evening Standard list of the most influential people in London, and in August of that year M.I.A.'s second album Kala was released—Rolling Stone named it the ninth best album of the decade.

In March 2008 XL added Friendly Fires and The Horrors. In 2009 the label won the "Music Week" Best Independent Label award; Adele won the awards for Best New Artist and Best Female Pop Vocal Performance at the 51st Annual Grammy Awards, and at the same ceremony Radiohead won Best Alternative Album for In Rainbows as well as Best Boxed or Special Edition Album. Also in 2009, The xx's debut album xx was released on XL Recordings partner label Young, and in September Giggs was signed.

2010s

On 11 January 2010, XL Recordings released Vampire Weekend's second album Contra. It was the band's first album to reach number one on the US Billboard 200. Gil Scott-Heron's thirteenth studio album I'm New Here was released in February; it was Scott-Heron's first release of original material in sixteen years and proved to be his last studio album. Recording sessions for the album took place between 2007 and 2009 and production was handled by XL Recordings-owner Richard Russell.

In July, XL signed Jai Paul, who was shortlisted for BBC's Sound of 2011, and in September the xx's eponymous debut album won the Barclaycard Mercury Prize, acquiring best British and Irish album of the year.

On 24 January 2011, XL Recordings released the album 21 by Adele. In February the (then) 19-year-old OFWGKTA member Tyler, the Creator was signed for a one-album deal for his debut studio album and commercial debut Goblin. Singer Gil Scott-Heron died in May and his final recordings, "I'm New Here" (produced by Richard Russell), and the remix album, "We're New Here" made with Jamie xx were released on XL Recordings. The label also released new albums by Radiohead, Friendly Fires, and The Horrors and singles by Jai Paul and Portishead, as well as the Adele Blu-ray/DVD, Live at the Royal Albert Hall.

On 24 April 2012, XL released Blunderbuss, the debut solo record by Jack White. It entered the UK album charts at number one, displacing 21 by Adele. In 2012, XL Recordings was named 'Label of the Year' at the Music Week Awards in London. XL also won awards for 'Best A&R' and 'Best Artist Campaign'. Label head, Richard Russell, became the youngest ever recipient of the lifetime achievement 'Strat Award'.

Sales of Adele's 21 helped increase XL Recordings' bank balance from £3 million to £32 million in the space of 12 months. As of March 2011, XL Recordings had released three albums that had sold over a million copies in the UK: The Prodigy's The Fat of the Land, Adele's 19, and Adele's 21.

In April 2016, Radiohead's Parlophone albums transferred to XL Recordings. A month later, on 8 May, the band released their ninth studio album, A Moon Shaped Pool, through XL to critical acclaim.

XL's head of A&R was Imran Ahmed from 2014 to 2018.

In early 2008, Russell transformed the rear garage of the label's Ladbroke Grove headquarters into a small, in-house recording and mixing studio called XL Studio. It served as a makeshift studio space for the label's various artists and his own projects until producer Rodaidh McDonald was assigned in September of that year to manage and properly equip it in preparation for The xx to record their self-titled debut album. According to McDonald, "before Richard brought me in to be Studio Manager, it was just a bit of a free-for-all. Artists could come in and rehearse, demo or write here and things like that ... but it was good idea and we decided we should be stepping it up and making records here." Russell and McDonald were inspired by the success of modest studios such as Hitsville U.S.A. and wanted to create an economic, non-commercial space.

Set up specifically with the xx in mind, XL Studio features little outboard gear and is equipped with a Neotek Élan custom 24-channel mixing console, Yamaha NS10 studio monitors, and instruments that include an upright piano, Roland Juno-60, Moog Prodigy, Vox Continental organ, and Sequential Circuits Pro-One synthesizer. Russell and McDonald augmented the studio to twice its original size after the xx's album, which was done in what became the studio's control room; they incorporated an adjacent office as the studio's live room for musicians.

In 2016, the WSDG completed the construction of a new recording studio in the basement of the XL Recordings offices in New York City.

2020 roster

As of 2020, XL Recordings is home to a range of artists including:

Alumni

Affiliated labels/imprints

Formerly affiliated labels/imprints

Inactive affiliated labels/imprints

Other

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XL Recordings
XL Recordings Language Watch Edit XL Recordings is a British independent record label founded in 1989 by Tim Palmer and Nick Halkes It is run and co owned by Richard Russell since 1996 It forms part of the Beggars Group XL RecordingsIndustryMusic amp EntertainmentGenreVariousFounded1989 32 years ago 1989 FounderTim Palmer and Nick HalkesHeadquartersLondon England United KingdomNew York United States satellite Key peopleRichard Russell CEO ParentBeggars GroupWebsitexlrecordings wbr com Although only releasing an average of six albums a year XL has worked with Adele Arca Azealia Banks Beck Dizzee Rascal Electric Six FKA Twigs Giggs Gil Scott Heron Gotan Project The Horrors Yaeji Jai Paul Jungle King Krule Lemon Jelly M I A Nines Peaches The Prodigy Radiohead Sampha SBTRKT Sigur Ros Tyler the Creator Vampire Weekend The White Stripes and The xx The label releases albums worldwide and operates across a range of genres 1 Contents 1 History 1 1 1980s and 1990s 1 2 2000s 1 3 2010s 2 XL Studio 3 Roster 3 1 2020 roster 3 2 Alumni 4 See also 4 1 Affiliated labels imprints 4 2 Formerly affiliated labels imprints 4 3 Inactive affiliated labels imprints 4 4 Other 5 References 6 External linksHistory Edit1980s and 1990s Edit The label was launched in 1989 2 to release rave and dance music It was originally an imprint of Beggars Banquet s more commercial dance label Citybeat which was known for records by acts such as Freeez Rob Base amp EZ Rock Starlight Dream Frequency and the Ultramagnetic MCs However with the success of acts such as The Prodigy and SL2 XL superseded Citybeat in its lineup During the early 1990s XL releases were dance oriented ranging from Belgian techno T99 s Anasthasia to breakbeat hardcore SL2 s On a Ragga Tip 3 to drum and bass Jonny L s I m Leavin This period of XL s history has been recorded on the XL Recordings Chapters compilation series In 1993 Halkes left XL to form the EMI owned commercial dance label Positiva 3 and subsequently his own independent commercial dance label Incentive After Palmer retired in 1996 Russell took over the running of the business 4 Russell later broadened the musical horizons of the label whilst maintaining a credo of working with artists he saw as original and inventive 4 In 1994 the label released The Prodigy s second album Music for the Jilted Generation which debuted in the UK Albums Chart at number one and in 1997 it released the third album by The Prodigy The Fat of the Land which entered the British and American charts at number one and went on to be number one in 26 countries 4 2000s Edit June 2000 saw the release of Badly Drawn Boy s The Hour of Bewilderbeast which won the 2000 Mercury Music Prize 5 The next year The White Stripes third album White Blood Cells was released together with reissues of the band s previous albums The White Stripes and De Stijl In 2003 XL Recordings won the Music Week A amp R award 6 and also released The White Stripes fourth album Elephant which was their first UK number one album and eventually reached double platinum certification in Britain 7 In the same year XL released Dizzee Rascal s first solo album Boy in da Corner for which Dizzee was awarded the Mercury Prize for the best album of 2003 8 In March 2005 M I A s debut album Arular was released after several months delay 9 Thom Yorke from Radiohead released his first solo record The Eraser on the label in July 2006 In October 2007 Radiohead completed negotiations to sign with XL for physical release of their seventh studio album In Rainbows Radiohead subsequently went on to release through XL and have so far released everything since their eighth studio album The King Of Limbs on the label As director of XL Recordings Richard Russell was included in a 2007 Evening Standard list of the most influential people in London 10 and in August of that year M I A s second album Kala was released Rolling Stone named it the ninth best album of the decade 11 In March 2008 XL added Friendly Fires and The Horrors In 2009 the label won the Music Week Best Independent Label award 12 Adele won the awards for Best New Artist and Best Female Pop Vocal Performance at the 51st Annual Grammy Awards and at the same ceremony Radiohead won Best Alternative Album for In Rainbows as well as Best Boxed or Special Edition Album 13 Also in 2009 The xx s debut album xx was released on XL Recordings partner label Young and in September Giggs was signed 2010s Edit On 11 January 2010 XL Recordings released Vampire Weekend s second album Contra It was the band s first album to reach number one on the US Billboard 200 14 Gil Scott Heron s thirteenth studio album I m New Here was released in February it was Scott Heron s first release of original material in sixteen years and proved to be his last studio album Recording sessions for the album took place between 2007 and 2009 and production was handled by XL Recordings owner Richard Russell In July XL signed Jai Paul who was shortlisted for BBC s Sound of 2011 and in September the xx s eponymous debut album won the Barclaycard Mercury Prize acquiring best British and Irish album of the year 15 16 17 On 24 January 2011 XL Recordings released the album 21 by Adele In February the then 19 year old OFWGKTA member Tyler the Creator was signed for a one album deal for his debut studio album and commercial debut Goblin 18 Singer Gil Scott Heron died in May and his final recordings I m New Here produced by Richard Russell and the remix album We re New Here made with Jamie xx were released on XL Recordings 19 The label also released new albums by Radiohead Friendly Fires and The Horrors and singles by Jai Paul and Portishead as well as the Adele Blu ray DVD Live at the Royal Albert Hall 20 On 24 April 2012 XL released Blunderbuss the debut solo record by Jack White It entered the UK album charts at number one displacing 21 by Adele 21 In 2012 XL Recordings was named Label of the Year at the Music Week Awards in London XL also won awards for Best A amp R and Best Artist Campaign Label head Richard Russell became the youngest ever recipient of the lifetime achievement Strat Award 22 Sales of Adele s 21 helped increase XL Recordings bank balance from 3 million to 32 million in the space of 12 months 23 As of March 2011 XL Recordings had released three albums that had sold over a million copies in the UK The Prodigy s The Fat of the Land Adele s 19 and Adele s 21 24 In April 2016 Radiohead s Parlophone albums transferred to XL Recordings A month later on 8 May the band released their ninth studio album A Moon Shaped Pool through XL to critical acclaim XL s head of A amp R was Imran Ahmed from 2014 to 2018 25 XL Studio EditIn early 2008 Russell transformed the rear garage of the label s Ladbroke Grove headquarters into a small in house recording and mixing studio called XL Studio It served as a makeshift studio space for the label s various artists and his own projects until producer Rodaidh McDonald was assigned in September of that year to manage and properly equip it in preparation for The xx to record their self titled debut album According to McDonald before Richard brought me in to be Studio Manager it was just a bit of a free for all Artists could come in and rehearse demo or write here and things like that but it was good idea and we decided we should be stepping it up and making records here 26 Russell and McDonald were inspired by the success of modest studios such as Hitsville U S A and wanted to create an economic non commercial space 27 Set up specifically with the xx in mind XL Studio features little outboard gear and is equipped with a Neotek Elan custom 24 channel mixing console Yamaha NS10 studio monitors and instruments that include an upright piano Roland Juno 60 Moog Prodigy Vox Continental organ and Sequential Circuits Pro One synthesizer 26 Russell and McDonald augmented the studio to twice its original size after the xx s album which was done in what became the studio s control room they incorporated an adjacent office as the studio s live room for musicians 27 In 2016 the WSDG completed the construction of a new recording studio in the basement of the XL Recordings offices in New York City 28 Roster Edit2020 roster Edit As of 2020 XL Recordings is home to a range of artists including 29 Arca 30 Baba Stiltz Batu CASisDEAD 31 Dark0 dvr Everything Is Recorded rLr GILA Hugo Massien Ibeyi Jack Penate Jack White Jai Paul Joy Overmono Jungle 32 King Krule Archy Marshall Kurupt FM Lapsley LISS 33 Mssingno Mumdance Nines 34 Overmono Peggy Gou Powell 35 Powell Tillmans Radiohead Ratatat Rozzma RATKING Rostam Sam Gellaitry Sigur Ros Smerz Special Request The Higher Thom Yorke Yaeji Zomby Alumni Edit Adele 36 Atoms for Peace Azealia Banks The Avalanches Basement Jaxx Badly Drawn Boy Be Your Own Pet Beck Bobby Womack 37 Blue Roses Laura Groves Capitol K Dizzee Rascal Discovery East India Youth Electric Six Eyedress Friendly Fires Giggs Gil Scott Heron Golden Silvers Gotan Project Holly Miranda The Horrors House of Pain Iceage Karen Elson Kwes Kaytranada Leila Lemon Jelly Liquid Magistrates M I A Monsta Boy Novelist 38 Nu Birth Okay Kaya Peaches The Prodigy QT RJD2 Roy Davis Jr feat Peven Everett Shamir SL2 Super Furry Animals Sunless 97 The Cool Kids Titus Andronicus The Streets Tyler The Creator Various Production Vampire Weekend Wiki Wiley Willis Earl Beal ZongaminSee also EditAffiliated labels imprints Edit Paul Institute YoungFormerly affiliated labels imprints Edit Kaya Kaya Records Terrible Locked OnInactive affiliated labels imprints Edit Abeano Concept In Dance HXC Recordings Ore Music Platinum Projects Rex Records SalviaOther Edit List of electronic music record labels List of independent UK record labels List of record labelsReferences Edit Tim Jonze 16 February 2011 XL Recordings the record label that s tearing up the rule book The Guardian Retrieved 20 November 2011 Vampire Weekend top US albums chart NME 21 January 2010 Archived from the original on 2 June 2013 Retrieved 2 January 2012 a b Colin Larkin ed 1998 The Virgin Encyclopedia of Dance Music First ed Virgin Books p 371 ISBN 0 7535 0252 6 a b c David Teather 13 July 2007 The Friday interview Richard Russell The Guardian Retrieved 20 November 2011 Critic Reviews for The Hour of Bewilderbeast Metacritic Retrieved 23 June 2011 1 Archived 8 October 2007 at the Wayback Machine BPI British Phonographic Industry Archived from the original on 30 December 2007 Retrieved 17 January 2008 Angelique Chrisafis 10 September 2003 Rapper wins Mercury prize The Guardian Retrieved 20 November 2011 Metacritic 31 December 2005 M I A Arular 2005 Reviews Metacritic Retrieved 24 February 2007 Music London Evening Standard 29 November 2007 Archived from the original on 5 December 2008 Retrieved 20 November 2011 100 Best Albums of the Decade Rolling Stone 9 December 2009 Archived from the original on 6 January 2010 Retrieved 3 January 2010 CS1 maint unfit URL link Mayer Nissim 9 April 2009 Music Week Awards 2009 The Winners Digital Spy Retrieved 20 November 2011 Jody Thompson 9 February 2009 Coldplay Robert Plant Radiohead Duffy and Adele win at Grammy Awards after Rihanna pulls out of show The Mirror Retrieved 20 November 2011 Caulfield Keith 20 January 2010 Vampire Weekend Lands First No 1 Album Billboard Retrieved 14 March 2010 Cardew Ben CHARTS Mercury Win Expedites the Xx s Chart Fortunes Music Week 2010 3 Print Paine Andre The XX Factor Billboard The International Newsweekly of Music Video and Home Entertainment 122 38 2010 42 Print The Xx at a Crossroads After Mercurys Win Music Week 2010 1 Print Odd Future s Tyler the Creator signs one album deal with XL Recordings Los Angeles Times 14 February 2011 Retrieved 20 November 2011 Mike Power 28 May 2011 Gil Scott Heron obituary The Guardian Retrieved 20 November 2011 XL Recordings 2011 Release Schedule XL Recordings 4 May 2011 Retrieved 20 November 2011 Jack White s Blunderbuss Bumps Adele Off Billboard 30 April 2012 Retrieved 30 April 2012 Adele s label XL is big winner at Music Week Awards Reuters 27 April 2012 Retrieved 27 April 2012 dead link Adele s 21 helps boost label XL profits to 41million NME 3 May 2012 Retrieved 21 October 2012 Adele s 19 sells millionth copy MusicWeek 9 March 2011 Retrieved 10 January 2013 XL Recordings A amp R head Imran Ahmed departs label after 12 years Music Business Worldwide 15 May 2018 a b Frost Matt 2011 Rodaidh McDonald Recording The xx Sound on Sound Cambridge July Archived from the original on 26 August 2014 Retrieved 27 July 2014 a b XL Studio XL Recordings Archived from the original on 24 October 2014 Retrieved 21 August 2014 Molho David XL Studios WSDG Retrieved 15 June 2020 XL Recordings XL Recordings 30 April 2011 Retrieved 30 April 2012 Arca live amp Jesse Kanda AV With Everything is Recorded XL Recordings Richard Russell engages Retrieved 4 April 2020 XL Recordings www xlrecordings com Archived from the original on 28 February 2014 Retrieved 28 February 2014 Danish Four Piece Liss Sign to XL Recordings Share Sorry Pigeons amp Planes Rapper Nines inks record deal with XL Recordings MOBO Awards MOBO Awards RA News Powell signs to XL Recordings Resident Advisor Paine Andre 13 October 2021 Adele says Hello to Columbia Records UK 30 album confirmed for November 19 Music Week Retrieved 13 October 2021 Smirke Richard 9 December 2011 XL s Richard Russell On Adele Six Grammy Noms What s Next Bobby Womack Billboard biz Retrieved 28 May 2012 Joseph JP Patterson Premiere Listen To Novelist s 10 Out Of 10 Complex UK External links EditOfficial website XL Recordings discography at Discogs Interview with Richard Russell HitQuarters Sep 2008 Retrieved from https en wikipedia org w index php title XL Recordings amp oldid 1049762844, wikipedia, wiki, book,

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