Little Room Recordings
Little Room Recordings was founded during the spring of 1993, beginning its journey as an independent record label working from a small office and studio space in the heart of London.
The company's first home was in Earlham Street, Covent Garden WC2, a street filled with musical history. The recording studio and office were crammed into a top floor flat just around the corner from where Pink Floyd founder-member and guitarist Syd Barrett used to live, and down the street from Dave Stewart of the Eurythmics.
The original vision of the company is still the same. To bring original, unique, varied, inspirational and niche music to a loyal and ever-growing following across the world.
We are also delighted to publish and represent the work of the artists, songwriters and composers listed under the Little Room Music publishing and The LR Library divisions.
Covent Garden, just near Seven Dials, was an inspiring location to start the journey. The legendary Drury Lane theatre was a short walk away, the Donmar Warehouse performance space was just across the cobbled street. Ronnie Scott’s jazz club in Frith Street and The Marquee in Wardour Street were a few minutes away across Cambridge Circus, in the heart of the theatre and music district. We were surrounded by renowned music venues; The Astoria, The Limelight, Bunjies coffee house where Simon and Garfunkel, Cat Stevens, Bert Jansch and many folk legends first played.
Our first staff member was an American singer working in London, who assisted with publicity, administration and promotion, working from a small office in her flat off the Portobello Road, Notting Hill. She also multi-tasked and sang backing vocals on the first release!
The company now has representation in the USA, Canada, Germany, Switzerland, Hong Kong and Australia.
Please visit the Little Room website for further information. (littleroom.com)