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Up to date as of February 02, 2010

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Headquarters: Hoboken, NJ

Founded: 1986

Founded by: Glenn Morrow

Link: Official Site

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Contents

Active Roster

  • Architecutre in Helsinki
  • Eszter Balint
  • Luka Bloom
  • Adrian Borland
  • The Burnside Project
  • Chocolate U.S.A.
  • Edwyn Collins
  • Evan Dando
  • Vinicus Cantuaria
  • Diego Cortez
  • Drink Me
  • Disco Inferno
  • The Embarrassment
  • The Glands
  • Greenhouse 27
  • Petra Haden
  • Juliana Hatfield
  • Harvest Ministers
  • Richard Hawley
  • Hem
  • The Health & Happiness Show
  • Jenifer Jackson
  • Kate Jacobs
  • Mason Jennings
  • Freedy Johnston
  • Joy Zipper
  • Langley Schools
  • Arto Lindsay
  • Lonesome Val
  • Lotus Lounge
  • Lullaby For The Working Class
  • Mad Happy
  • Hannah Marcus
  • Chris Mars
  • Mary Lee's Corvette
  • Mayday
  • Kathy McCarty
  • The Mendoza Line
  • Mensclub
  • The Miracle Room
  • Country Dick Montana
  • Mosquitos
  • Noonday Underground
  • The Ordinaires
  • Peadar Ó Riada
  • Phillips & Driver
  • Puffy AmiYumi
  • The Original Sins
  • Outrageous Cherry
  • Professor & Maryann
  • Rage To Live
  • The Raybeats
  • Red Hot And Lisbon
  • The Scene Is Now
  • The Sharp Things
  • Michael Shelley
  • John Southworth
  • Swales
  • The Swimming Pool Q's
  • Tiger
  • Touch of Oliver
  • Trachtenburg Family Slideshow Players
  • Wallmen
  • White Mud Freeway
  • Bob Wiseman

Inactive Roster

Key Releases

  • They Might Be Giants - They Might Be Giants
  • Bill Drummond - The Man
  • Brian Dewan - Tells The Story
  • Glass Eye - Bent By Nature
  • Esquivel - Space Age Bachelor Pad Music

Biography

Sometimes referred to as "The House They Might Be Giants Built", Bar/None was founded in 1986, initially to release a one-off Polka compilation, then fold, although founder Glenn Morrow's wife, Margaret Seiler convinced him to put out the debut release by They Might Be Giants before closing down the label, which he agreed to. Then, of course, the record became a hit, and the label continued, picking up more and more acts (many discovered by They Might Be Giants as well, like Otis Ball and Brian Dewan) and becoming one of the larger indie labels.

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