Established in 1983, Portland’s Projekt Records has released hundreds of albums across the realm of electronic, goth, and ambient music, helping to popularize the term “darkwave.” Founder Sam Rosenthal (Black Tape for a Blue Girl) joins us to discuss the label’s 35 years and how they’ve survived the many ups and downs of the music business. We also hear from Grammy nominated artist Steve Roach about his experience working with Projekt.
Sam Rosenthal (Projekt Records / Black Tape For A Blue Girl)
Steve Roach (Musician)
Black Tape For A Blue Girl “The Stars”
Steve Roach “Liminal”
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