ANTI- is an American record label founded in 1999 as a sister label of Epitaph Records.

While Epitaph’s focus has shifted over the last decade[clarification needed] from mostly punk rock, nowadays ANTI- has a more diverse roster, ranging from country (Merle Haggard), hip hop (Sage Francis, The Coup), reggae (Michael Franti), Soul (Bettye LaVette), folk (The Swell Season), rap-rock (One Day as a Lion), indie rock (Islands) and Tom Waits.

Headed by Andy Kaulkin, ANTI- first gained attention by releasing Tom Waits’ Grammy award winning Mule Variations in 1999. Along with Waits, several veteran recording artists such as rhythm and blues singers Solomon Burke and Bettye LaVette, and Marianne Faithfull have signed onto ANTI- after leaving other major labels.

Un Blonde shares new single

Un Blonde shares new single

Anti- Records has announced the signing of Un Blonde for the World (outside Canada), the solo project of Montreal-based musician, producer and composer Jean-Sebastian…

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