Big Brother Recordings was set up in 2000 by the British band Oasis to handle their UK and Ireland releases.
Independent distributor 3MV/Pinnacle handles domestic sales in UK and Ireland.
Sony BMG/Epic Records continues to handle the band's international distribution.
The name refers to Oasis guitarist and songwriter Noel Gallagher, the elder brother of singer Liam Gallagher. Each release's catalogue number is prefixed "RKID", a reference to Liam. ("Our kid" is a term widely used in North-West England to refer to a younger sibling)
The first release on Big Brother was the single "Go Let It Out" (with a catalogue number of 'RKID 001') on February 7, 2000.
Big Brother have subsequently issued releases by other artists, including British band Happy Mondays.