Domo records

Domo Records
Founded 1993
Founder Eiichi Naito
Distributor(s) Allegro Media Group
Genre New Age
World
Electronic
Indie rock
Soundtrack
J-Pop
Country of origin United States
Location Los Angeles, California
Official website Domo Records

Domo Records is an independent record label located in Los Angeles, California.

Domo Records was established in 1993 by Eiichi Naito, a Record Producer, Recording Engineer and Artist Manager. Domo is an abbreviation and romanization of the Japanese expression dōmo arigatō (どうもありがとう?), which means "thank you very much" in Japanese, and this name comes from Naito's great appreciation for artists.

Domo Records first signee was Japanese composer Kitarō, who in 1994 won a Golden Globe for Best Original Score with his soundtrack to the movie Heaven & Earth and in 2001, won a Grammy Award for Best New Age Album for Thinking of You. In total, Kitaro's albums with Domo Records have received 11 Grammy nominations.

The label has been distributed by Narada, Virgin/EMI Records and Fontana Distribution/Universal; currently it is distributed by Allegro Media Group.[1] The record label's executive team currently includes Eiichi Naito, Dino Malito and Howard Sapper. [2]

Domo Records has continued to sign and develop many talented artists after the success of Kitaro including The Yoshida Brothers, Dave Eggar, David Arkenstone, Peas, Tao Of Sound, Franci, Han, HeavensDust and The Viva Girls.[3]

Artists

Domo Records

Daruma Label

  • Coma*
  • detroit7
  • HeavensDust
  • Jabberloop
  • M-Swift
  • Kaoru Ono
  • Miu-Clips
  • Michina & Tomo

Kanpai Records

Soundtracks

References

Further reading

  • Kaplan, Don. "Domo Links With Three Other Labels." Billboard - The International Newsweekly of Music, Video and Home Entertainment v. 110, i. 21 (May 23, 1998): 65, 71.

External links

  • Official YouTube Channel
  • Daruma Label
  • Kanpai Records
  • DIAA Japan (Japanese)
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