Steve Brown (27)

Steve Brown (27)

Profile:
Steve started in the music business in 1975 working for import/export company Charmdale Records, from where in 1978 he went on to run the distribution operation at Faulty Products. A chance meeting with Genesis Breyer P-Orridge led to the formation of Fetish Records later in 1978 and then on to creating Red Records (4) in 1979 as an outlet for releases by The Lines who he also managed.
In 1982 along with some ex employees of Fresh Records (14) started new label and distribution company Jungle Records and it's subsidiary Fallout Records.
While at Jungle Records he was responsible for Conflict (2), their labels Mortarhate Records and Fight Back Records, as well as discovering and mentoring Broken Bones.
In 1986 he met Fields Of The Nephilim, taking over their management and signing the band to Beggars Banquet.
When the original incarnation of Fields Of The Nephilim split up he went on to manage, amongst others, The Darkside, Creaming Jesus and Throb (5) (later Gauge (6)).

Now retired and spends his time walking his dogs on Epsom Downs and a contributor to Discogs.
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Artist

Steve Brown (27) Discography Tracks

Production

Alternative TV Alternative TV - Live At The Rat Club '77 (Album) Crystal Records (4) UK 1979 Sell This Version
DE·SEC·444, RS 12·002 Chrome (8) Chrome (8) - Read Only Memory(12", MiniAlbum, EP) Siren Records (7), Red Records (4) DE·SEC·444, RS 12·002 UK 1979 Sell This Version
KOMA 788029 Conflict (2) Conflict (2) - From Protest To Resistance(LP, Ltd, RE, Red) Konexion KOMA 788029 Belgium 1987 Sell This Version

Management

The Lines The Lines - On The Air (Single) Red Records (4) UK 1979 Sell This Version
RL 12.005 The Lines The Lines - Cool Snap!(12", MiniAlbum, EP) Red Records (4) RL 12.005 UK 1980 Sell This Version
Darkside* Darkside* - Mayhem To Meditate EP (EP) Situation Two UK 1992 Sell This Version
none Gauge Gauge - Untitled(Cass, S/Sided) Not On Label (Gauge Self-released) none UK 1995 Sell This Version

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Gollygosh

Gollygosh

February 26, 2018
Hiya Steve, long, long days since we last met, lot of water under the bridge : )
Bestest to ya & Happy trails
Gary Hill