spinART Records

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spinART Records
Founded1991
FounderJoel Morowitz
Defunct2007
GenreIndie
Country of originUnited States
LocationNew York, New York
 
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"Spinart" redirects here. For the art form, see spin art.
spinART Records
Founded1991
FounderJoel Morowitz
Defunct2007
GenreIndie
Country of originUnited States
LocationNew York, New York

spinART Records is a now-defunct New York City-based independent record label that released recordings by artists such as The Apples in Stereo, Clem Snide, Frank Black and Michael Penn.

The label was started by Joel Morowitz and Jeff Price in 1991.[1] spinART filed for bankruptcy in April 2007[2] and went out of business.

Jeff Price is now CEO of digital music distributor TuneCore. Joel Morowitz is the owner of Ecstatic Electric pro audio.

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