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Legendary labels and award-winning releases

The label with three large letters taken from the second names of its visionary founders: Fernand Boruso, Jean-Luc Young and Jean Georgakarakos and well-known for its Actuel series.

Synonymous with the ground-breaking avant-garde jazz artists of the late ’60s and early ’70s, BYG was never defined by a single genre. The catalogue also has recordings that span anything from progressive rock and blues rock to experimental electronica and subversive singer-songwriters.

Immediate was a British record label, started in 1965 by The Rolling Stones' manager Andrew Loog Oldham and Tony Calder and concentrating on the London-based blues and R&B scene.

The original International Artists label was a Texan record label, operating from Houston between 1965-1970. The label is celebrated as the home of pioneering Texan psychedelic bands: The 13th Floor Elevators, Red Crayola, Golden Dawn.

Jean Karakos’ Celluloid label was a fixture of Paris and New York during the ‘70s and ‘80s, reflecting the cities' sounds with an eclectic mix of post-punk, cold wave, early hip hop, French new wave and world beats.

During the Seventies Coco Records established itself as one of New York’s premier salsa labels with a series of albums of hard-hitting Latin music with a sprinkling of Latin pop, Latin rock and novelty albums.

Charly is home to numerous legendary labels, such as Sound Stage 7, Audio Fidelity, Fire, Fury, Instant, Beverley’s, as well as digital imprints such as Charly Films and licensing house

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