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Grayhound Recordings

Grayhound Recordings was a pioneering dance label, whose unique vision was to fuse elements of House, Dub, Techno and Psychedelic Funk. The first five releases in 1998 were co-productions from DJ Garth of San Francisco's Wicked Crew who owns and runs the imprint. Grayhound was an off-shoot of the short-lived Wicked Records project whose memorable hit was DJ Garth & ETI's 'Twenty Minutes of Disco Glory' from 1996.

The label went on to expand it's roster including a stable of like-minded artists: Rocket (Garth & Eric James), DJ Garth & ETI, Crosstown Traffic (Garth & Rob Doten), Michoacan, Garth & Markie Mark, Jeno, DJ Harvey, Stranger (Ben Cook), Nectar, DJ Rasoul, Doc Martin, Dano & Joeski, Rob Paine, Defenders of the Faith, Mirror Boys (Thomas Bullock), Perry Farrell, Community Recordings, EBE, Audio Soul Project, Nick Chacona, Joshua Collins, Patrick Turner, Charles Spencer, Succulent & Mayaku.

Over a ten year period Grayhound released 54 vinyl singles. There were three compilation CDs culled from the catalogue and mixed by Garth.

Vinyl was mastered by George Horn at Fantasy Studios in Berkeley, CA with artwork from James Bates at Atom Design in London.

Garth's tracks have been featured in two films: Sony Music's 'Groove' and Gus Van Sant's 'Speedway Junky'. Grayhound songs have been licensed in dozens of high profile DJ compilation mix CDs.

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