New York, United States
Founded by Danger Mouse in 2015, NYC-based label 30th Century Records's roster includes artists such as Autolux, Grandaddy, Sam Cohen, Maybird, and Dams of The West (Vampire Weekend drummer Chris Tomson). With the debut release of “30th Century Records, Compilation Volume I,” the Columbia Records imprint let good taste and instinct lead, establishing a reputation for backing quality projects.
“An early front-runner for one of the year's best albums,” (Rolling Stone) featuring Beck, Norah Jones, Karen O, Grandaddy, Kelis and more, “Resistance Radio” delivered modern takes of 1960s pop standards for Amazon’s political drama The Man in the High Castle. Music From The Motion Picture Baby Driver, the 30-song soundtrack for Edgar Wright’s blockbuster, music-laden film featuring gems from almost every musical genre and spanning across multiple decades, which also included an original song by Danger Mouse, Chase Me - featuring Run The Jewels and Big Boi.