NEW YORK (CelebrityAccess) — Historical Fiction, a New York-based record label and production company that curates, produces and distributes vibrant new music, has launched.
The new label is based out of the artist-owned and operated Reservoir Studios complex in Manhattan (the site of the former Skyline Studios), which has hosted an incredible collection of artists, including Nil Rodgers, Mary J. Blige, Diana RossDavid Bowie, and in its current incarnation Lin Manuel Miranda, David Byrne, blonde and more. Historical Fiction builds on this tradition to create space for unique projects based on musical intuition and collaboration.
“Historical Fiction exists to share music created by unique artists who have organically come together in and around several highly regarded – but somewhat secretive – music production complexes in New York City,” said co-founders Steve Salett and Janice Brown.
Look for new music in the coming weeks from DM Stith (Sufjan Stevens, My Brightest Diamond), Steve Salett (Poison Tree, King of France), Josh Kaufman (Bonny Light Horseman, Muzz), and Emmanuel Ayvas (Emmanuel and Fear).
The label’s first release will be DM Stith’s superb cover of the REM classic “Man On The Moon”, available on all DSPs from October 14th.