A new Nashville-based record label, Native Scene Records, aims to bring live performances to the forefront of the industry. The label, which launches March 17, schedules shows and festivals in unique spaces that complement the artist’s personality, then records and releases the show as a live album. Native Scene Records’ first show and album release is planned for the summer of 2018. At this event ticketed fans will be a part of the recording experience and will leave with a digital download of the album.
“We want to help artists who have been overlooked” says managing partner Anna Clark. “Many artists are struggling to figure out where they fit in today’s music industry. We’re taking that pressure off of them by creating a world in which they can all belong. At Native Scene Records, artists, songs, venues, wardrobes, and all elements of performance come together to make an album a complete experience.”
Each album will be released digitally through Native Scene Record’s website by embedding a download code into a physical product. These products may include jewelry, clothing, artwork, or other items related to the artist and performance.
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