Being young and ambitious in 2005, it only seemed the next natural step after breaking artists at events to begin to work with them on a larger scale, so we started a record label.

Our first two official releases were by one band that you probably haven’t heard of, Protokoll, and another that you probably have, Matt & Kim. Inspired by their infectious energy, M&K were the impetus to making the label a reality. Within a year we had released their (and our) first record and the adventure began. With this came the debut dance remix by their buddies, Flosstradamus.

Around the same time, electro and blog house were taking the US by storm. IHC was right in the thick of things working with a lot of these artists on our series, Check Yo Ponytail. This lead to an embrace of modern dance music, which informed releases by The Toxic Avenger, Acid Girls, HEARTSREVOLUTION, Designer Drugs and Futurecop as well as early remixes by Brodinski, The Bloody Beetroots, LA Riots and tons more. Our love of the underground punk never died, though, with releases by Totally Michael and Juiceboxxx.

In 2010 our desire to have a traditional record label wained as the industry changed around us. We folded up shop and searched for a version that better suited the times (and our interests) at hand. In 2014 was born IHC 1NFINITY

See also: IHC 1NFINITY

Press: http://pitchfork.com/reviews/albums/9728-matt-and-kim/