Split Femur Recordings
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Split Femur Recordings is an independent record label based in the West Midlands, UK. It was founded in 2006 by Alan Daly, who himself is one of the artists on the label making music under the alias Emvelope Nine, and is also one half of Split Femur's noise project Horses. Currently home to eight artists, the label focuses on releasing experimental and electronic music.
The label's first release was 'The Yellow Square' by Staffordshire-based musician Planivaar released on 19 March 2007.
- Emvelope Nine
- The Navidson Record
- Progress Centre
- Eight Pence Chains
- Hurra Caine Landcrash
- Guy Gelem
- SFR001 Planivaar- 'The Yellow Square'
- SFR002 Emvelope Nine- 'Melt Canal'
- SFR003 Progress Centre- 'Mind Out'
- SFR004 Eight Pence Chains- 'Music is Matter'
- SFR005 Navidson Record- 'Picture That in your Dreams'
- SFR006 Planivaar- 'Jigsaw'