Temporary Residence Limited (or TRL) is a Brooklyn, New York-based record label. TRL was started in Baltimore, Maryland in late 1995. The label’s first release was The Concord Anthology Process/Nero split 7″, released April 1, 1996. After moving the operation to Portland, Oregon, owner/operator Jeremy deVine moved the label to Brooklyn. TRL earned fans with its art direction and innovative ideas such as its two limited-edition subscription series. First was the “Sounds of the Geographically Challenged” 12-inch EP series, which featured Songs: Ohia, Continental OP (featuring Will Oldham and David Pajo), and The For Carnation, among other bands that had members living in separate cities. The Travels in Constants series followed, featuring recordings by such bands as Low, Mogwai, Will Oldham (as Bonny Billy), Sonna, Papa M, Songs: Ohia, Appendix Out, and others. The label’s most popular acts are Explosions In The Sky and Pinback. Temporary Residence Limited is a member of the RIAA.[1]

MONO Announce Two New Albums, 'THE LAST DAWN' and 'RAYS OF DARKNESS' Share their single "Where We Begin" Albums will be released by Temporary Residence

MONO Reveal Two New LPs, Share New Song

When MONO began in 1999, they set out with a simple mission: From bliss to bludgeon, no matter how long or winding the path may be. Their debut album, Under The Pipal Tree, outlined that mission in twisted, psychedelic fury. Subsequent albums:

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Zammuto Releases new song "IO" and announces fall tour dates. Album "Anchor" will be out September 2nd via Temporary Residence.

New Zammuto Song/Tour Dates

Zammuto has shared a new song “IO” from their forthcoming album Anchor (out Sept 2). The song displays former Books frontman Nick Zammuto’s increased vocal confidence over a propulsive new wave rhythm that would make Devo blush.

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