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ATP Recordings is a British independent record label that was started in 2001 by London-based concert promoter Barry Hogan of Foundation/All Tomorrow's Parties. It was originally created to bring out a compilation cd (ATPRCD01) after the Tortoise-curated All Tomorrow's Parties event. First, everyone who attended the first festival was given a limited edition promotional sampler (PROATPFCD01), the packaging of which echoed the Factory Records style of Peter Saville. The full compilation followed later, and indeed a number of other ATP festivals would also receive the compilation treatment, the most recent being the 2006 Nightmare Before Christmas, for which ATPR and Plan B Magazine collaborated on a free cd given out to attendees.
The label eventually moved on from just doing compilations for the festival to sign bands like Threnody Ensemble, Bardo Pond, The Magic Band, Jackie-O Motherfucker, Deerhoof and White Out (with Jim O'Rourke). In recent years ATP Recordings has expanded and now also has on its roster Apse, Alexander Tucker, Death Vessel, The Drones, Fuck Buttons, Fursaxa, The Scientists, Sleepy Sun, Built To Spill and Autolux.
Towards the end of 2007 they announced plans to release a new series of double 7" singles called Custom Made, which would feature bands choosing four songs; one something old, one something new, one something borrowed (a cover version) and one something blue (artists were free to interpret this as they feel). The first artists to release singles in this series are The Drones, Alexander Tucker and Deerhoof.
The label also released a very special collector's edition of the classic Spiritualized album Ladies and Gentlemen We Are Floating in Space . The label announced in 2010 that they would now be releasing music from Built To Spill throughout Europe and Autolux worldwide (except Japan & North America). They have also announced the release of the debut solo album from The Drones frontman Gareth Liddiard.
For 2012 new signings include Tall Firs, Tennis and Anywhere (feat members of The Mars Volta, Triclops! and The Minutemen).
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|ATPRSP20/ATPRSP20D||Fuck Buttons||The Red Wing||12"/Download||06/2013|
|ATPRSP19/ATPRSP19D||Deerhoof||Mario's Flaming Whiskers III / There's That Grin||Cassette/Download||12/2012|
|ATPRCD45/ATPRLP45/ATPRDD45||Sleepy Sun||Spine Hits||CD/LP/Download||04/2012|
|ATPRCD43/ATPRLP43/ATPRDD43||Tall Firs||Out Of It And Into It||CD/LP/Download||03/2012|
|ATPRPUB1||Autolux||The Science Of Imaginary Solutions||A6 Publication/Download||02/2012|
|ATPRCD44/ATPRLP44/ATPRDD44||Tennis||Young & Old||CD/LP/Download||02/2012|
|ATPRSP16/ATPRSP16D||Tall Firs||Crooked Smiles||7"/Download||11/2011|
|ATPRCD09/ATPRLP09||Deerhoof||Milk Man (Remastered)||CD/White LP||06/2011|
|ATPRSP15/ATPRSP15D||Deerhoof||Behold A Marvel In The Darkness||7"/Download||06/2011|
|ATPRDS02||Sleepy Sun||Desert God||Download||05/2011|
|ATPRCD42/ATPRLP42||Deerhoof||Deerhoof vs. Evil||CD/LP||01/2011|
|ATPRCD41/ATPRLP41||Gareth Liddiard||Strange Tourist||CD/LP||01/2011|
|ATPRSP13||Autolux||The Bouncing Wall/Census||7"||12/2010|
|ATPRSE01||Sleepy Sun||Wild Machines||Download||11/2010|
|ATPREP02||Various Artists||ATP/R Sampler 2010||10"||04/2010|
|ATPREP03D||Sleepy Sun||Open Eyes||Digital EP||04/2010|
|ATPRCD37||Built To Spill||There Is No Enemy||CD||02/2010|
|ATPRCD36||Spiritualized||Ladies and Gentlemen We Are Floating in Space||CD||12/2009|
|ATPRCD31B||The Drones||Live At The Hi-Fi||CD||21/10/2009|
|ATPRCD35/ATPRLP35||Fuck Buttons||Tarot Sport||CD/LP||12/10/2009 UK|
|ATPRSP09||Fuck Buttons||Surf Solar||7"||14/09/2009 UK, 15/09/2009 USA|
|ATPRSP08||Apse||3.1 / The Whip||7"||09/2009|
|ATPRSP07||Sleepy Sun||Sleepy Son||10"||31/08/2009|
|ATPRCD33/LP33||Sleepy Sun||Embrace||CD/LP||11/05/2009 UK + Europe|
|ATPRSP06||Sleepy Sun||New Age||10"||16/03/2009 Worldwide|
|ATPRCD31/LP31||The Drones||Havilah||CD/LP||09/2008 AUS|
|ATPRSP05||Fuck Buttons||Colours Move||12"/Digital||08/09/2008|
|ATPREP01||The Drones||The Minotaur + a brief retrospective||12"/Digital||26/08/2008|
|ATPR6D02||Alexander Tucker||Custom Made||2x7"||21/04/2008|
|ATPRCD28/LP28||Fuck Buttons||Street Horrrsing||CD/LP||17/03/2008|
|ATPR6D01||The Drones||Custom Made||2x7"||2007|
|ATPRSP4||Fuck Buttons||Bright Tomorrow||7"||2007|
|ATPRSP03||Deerhoof||Matchbook Seeks Maniac||7"||2007|
|ATPRCD27/LP27||Death Vessel||Stay Close||CD/LP||2007|
|ATPRCD26||Fursaxa||Alone In The Dark Wood||CD||2007|
|ATPRSP02||Deerhoof||The Perfect Me||7"||2007|
|ATPR/PLANB020CD||Various||Nightmare Before Christmas 2006 (Given away at festival in association with Plan B Magazine)||CD||2006|
|ATPRCD23/LP23||Alexander Tucker||Furrowed Brow||CD/LP||2006|
|ATPRCD22/LP22||The Drones||Gala Mill||CD/LP||2006|
|ATPRCD21||Bardo Pond||Ticket Crystals||CD||2006|
|ATPRCD20||Jackie-O Motherfucker||Flags Of The Sacred Harp||CD||2006|
|ATPRCD19||Deerhoof||The Runners Four||CD||2006|
|ATPRCD18||The Drones||Wait Long By The River and the Bodies of Your Enemies Will Float By||CD||2005|
|ATPRSP1||The Drones||Shark Fin Blues||7"||2005|
|ATPRCD17||Deerhoof||Green Cosmos||CD Mini-album||2005|
|ATPRCD16||Various||All Tomorrows Parties 3.1 - Matt Groening||CD||2005|
|ATPRCD15||Alexander Tucker||Old Fog||CD||2005|
|ATPRCD14||Bardo Pond||Selections Vols 1 to 4||2xCD||2005|
|ATPRCD12||White Out||China Is Near (with Jim O'Rourke, William Winant)||CD||2005|
|ATPRCD11||Jackie-O Motherfucker||Fig. 5||CD||2005|
|ATPRCD8||Jackie-O Motherfucker||The Magic Fire Music / Wow||CD||2004|
|ATPRCD7||The Magic Band||Back to the Front||CD||2003|
|ATPRCD6/LP6||Bardo Pond||On the Ellipse||CD/LP||2003|
|ATPRCD5/LP5||Various||All Tomorrows Parties 3.0||2xCD/2xLP||2003|
|ATPRCD4||Threnody Ensemble||Timbre Hollow||CD||2002|
|ATPRCD3/LP3||Various||All Tomorrows Parties 2.0||CD/2xLP||2002|
|ATPRCD2/LP2||Various||All Tomorrows Parties 1.1||CD/2xLP||2002|
|ATPRCD1/LP1||Various||All Tomorrows Parties 1.0||CD/2xLP||2001|
|PROATPFCD01||Various||ATP 1.0 (Given away at first ATP festival.)||CD||2001|
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