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Caroline Distribution, founded in 1983 as a unit of Virgin Records, has become one of the U.S. music industry’s largest third party distribution companies for the independent music sector.

Caroline became part of EMI when EMI acquired Virgin in the early ‘90s. Caroline distributes 90 labels including Century Media, Arts & Crafts, DFA, Mute, Definitive Jux and Stones Throw, among others.


Audionest, Caroline Records, Astralwerks, Warp Records, Mute Records, Vice Films, Tee Pee Records, Decon, Eighteenth Street Lounge, Howler, Ninja Tune, BBE, Bulletproof, Ace Fu, Frenchkiss, ABB Records, Up Above Records, Daptone, Nuclear Blast, Ghostly International/Spectral, Unfiltered, Stones Throw, Plexifilm, Bella Union, Sonic Unyon, Morr Music, 859 Recordings, Fantoma, Def Jux, FatCat Records, Equator, Slowdance, B-Music, Abacus, Raptivism, Acute, 6 Hole, Southern Lord, Metro Blue, Takeover, Defend, Nature Sounds, Brille Records, Paw Tracks, Disinformation, Arts & Crafts, DFA, Eastern Conference, Counter, Big Dada, Boompa, Rapster, Penalty Recordings, Stillborn, Uncle Howie, Wave, Earache, Century Media, Giant Step, Lex, PIAS, Blue Note, Crash Music, Battle Axe, Mr Bongo, Bridge Nine, Season Of Mist, Wrasse, High Times, Some Records, !K7, Rapster, Plug Research, Imperial Records, Merovingian Records, Parlophone Records, Get Physical Records, One Little Indian Records.

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