Temporary Residence Limited

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Temporary Residence Limited
Founded1996
FounderJeremy deVine
Genre Experimental rock, electronic, punk rock, post-rock
Country of originUnited States
Location Brooklyn, New York
Official website www.temporaryresidence.com

Temporary Residence Limited (shortened TRL) is a Brooklyn, New York-based record label. TRL was started in Louisville, Kentucky in 1996 by Jeremy DeVine, and initially concentrated on releasing music by Louisville-based bands. [1] DeVine moved to Baltimore, Maryland in the late 1990s to attend the Maryland Institute College of Art, but dropped out to concentrate on running the label by the end of the decade. [1] DeVine later moved operations to Brooklyn, New York.

Contents

The label releases the Travels in Constants series of limited-edition albums.

In December 2005, American webzine Somewhere Cold voted Temporary Residence Limited Label of the Year on their 2005 Somewhere Cold Awards Hall of Fame list. [2]

Current artists

Past artists

Split releases

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References

  1. 1 2 Picture Perfect: Baltimore-Based Label Makes Music Look as Good as It Sounds. Baltimore City Paper , December 22, 1999. Wayback Machine Archive copy.
  2. Lamoreaux, Jason T. (December 1, 2005). "Somewhere Cold Awards 2005". Somewhere Cold . Archived from the original on September 30, 2005. Retrieved September 30, 2005.