Now defunct label that was headquartered in New York.
|Indie Dream Recordings|
Inpop Records is an independent contemporary Christian music record label based in Franklin, Tennessee, U.S. It was launched in July 1999 by Australians Peter Furler, Dale Bray, and Wes Campbell. The name was derived from the idea of wanting to highlight the talents of international pop artists, though they have signed an equal number of American artists. Inpop's stated goal is to discover the best artists around the world that understand the grace of the gospel of Jesus Christ, and who also have something new and unique to offer the world of Christian music.
A division of Frontline Music Group.
IMR was founded in in 2010 and re-issued some of the Frontline/Intense catalog. They stopped production of re-issues and re-masters in 2012 due to funding issues.
Distributed by M8 Records.
In the summer of 1999, the youth group led by Banning Liebscher at Bethel Church in Redding, California, launched the first Jesus Culture conference. The heart of these gatherings was to serve other churches and lead young people to experience the radical love of God. At each conference there was a strong presence of the Lord, and the youth and young adults were going back to their homes, schools, work places and churches, completely impassioned and transformed.
This is Jerusalem's own record label, Jerusalem Music International that distributes their albums in the USA.
|Joyful Heart Music|
Now defunct label that was based in Reseda, California, and was distributed by Sparrow Records.
|La Pinta Records||
A division of Noble Music Group.
|Lamb & Lion||
Distributed by the Benson Company from ?? - 1981.
Distributed by Sparrow Records from 1982 - ??.
|Li'l Buddy Records|
Bluegrass label distributed by the Benson Company.
A division of Calvary Records
|Lion of Zion|
Now defunct label that was headquartered in Franklin, Tennessee.
lowercase people records is the record label founded and run by the members of the band Switchfoot. It was founded after the band split with their major label, Columbia/SonyBMG. The label's name was drawn from the lyrics of a song written early in the band's career, "Company Car" from 1999's New Way to be Human. The "L" of "lowercase" is intentionally not capitalized, and is thus self-referential.