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Harbour Records is a newly formed independent, boutique record label whose relationship with its artists run deep. We live and breathe music and put the artist first to serve and promote their career. Our passion and dedication to these artists and their music enables us to nurture and support them in every step of the way. We have a philosophy of signing the few who inspire and capture the spirit of ingenuity. With an artist friendly focus, we seamlessly connect musicians and the music business together. Our initial releases include albums by Sleeperstar, Stacy Clark and Ed Kowalczyk.

With partnerships through Caroline/EMI Label Services (in North America), Kontor (in Europe) and MGM (in Australia/New Zealand), Harbour provides independent and established artists alike a full-service platform to release music digitally and physically and to promote their music to audiences worldwide. 

Harbour Records was established in 2012 by the artist management team of Chris Hardin and Brendan Bourke. With a combined experience of over 50 years, the two have modeled Harbour’s roots after Island Records and honed their crafts as alumni from Island, Chrysalis, Palm Pictures and Radioactive Records. This rich heritage has allowed Chris and Brendan to manage and guide the careers of platinum-selling artists Live & Ed Kowalczyk, Lou Gramm, Sweet, Leigh Nash (of Sixpence None the Richer), Billy Idol, The Ramones, and Jane’s Addiction.

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