Southport has its own Dance Record Company!

A new Record Company launches on Monday 3rd April by releasing its first Single ‘Κρίμα’ (Krima) initially on Beatport and on 17th April on all major digital stores such as iTunes, Amazon, Spotify, etc.

The music producer Ilias Koutromanos (aka TtrueAR) decided to give another boost in the local electronic dance music scene by starting his own imprint ‘True Tune Recordings’ based in Southport. He intents to support local acts and at the same time he encourages young DJ’s, producers, radio stations, nightclub owners or   anyone relevant to electronic music to contact the record label in order to get access to the company’s newest music and/or even demo their own productions for feedback, assistance in completing their projects and consideration for worldwide digital releases in True Tune Recordings.

The very first release of True Tune Recordings is coming by the label owner TtrueAR in the form of a downtempo, deep electronic masterpiece with carefully crafted vocal effects. The track title ‘Krima’ is deriving from the greek word ‘Κρίμα’ and it means condemnation of wrong.

Enjoy and remember to support your local artists!

Connect with Ilias Koutromanos (True Tune Recordings):

https://www.facebook.com/truetunerecs

https://www.facebook.com/ttruear

https://www.instagram.com/i.koutromanos/

https://www.youtube.com/iliaskoutromanos

https://soundcloud.com/koutromanos

https://twitter.com/ttruear

Contact info:

Ilias Koutromanos

tel. (+44) 07862909929

email: truetunerecs@gmail.com

 


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