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Founded 2004
Founder(s) Andrew Campbell
Distributing label Essential Music & Marketing[1]
Genre(s) Indie, Rock, Electronic, Americana
Country of origin United Kingdom
Location London
Official Website http://www.lojinx.com

Lojinx is a British independent record label and music publishing company established in 2004[2] in South London, UK. It was voted as one of the top ten "Best Record Labels of 2010".[3]


Main article: Lojinx discography


  • The Bad Machines
  • Ben Lee
  • Bill DeMain
  • Blitzen Trapper
  • Bleu
  • Brendan Benson
  • Butch Walker
  • Caroline Lost
  • Calvin Harris
  • The Click Five
  • David Mead
  • David Myhr
  • El May
  • Farrah
  • Fountains of Wayne
  • Henrik
  • Josh Fix
  • Ken Stringfellow
  • Kim Richey
  • The Lost Brothers
  • Mike Viola
  • Montana
  • Nina Persson[4][5]
  • Pugwash
  • Sally Seltmann
  • Nate Campany
  • They Might Be Giants
  • The Wellingtons
  • Tracy Bonham
  • Young Hines


  1. MIDEM: Essential signs with Fierce Panda, Lojinx, The Orchard and more
  2. Lojinx - MusicBrainz
  3. Poll Results: Best Record Labels of 2010 | The Ferret. Themusicmagazine.co.uk. Retrieved on 2012-05-28.
  4. Nina Persson for solo debut 'Animal Heart', unveils video - Music News - Digital Spy
  5. Nina Persson Animal Heart Video - Stereogum

External links

  • Lojinx website
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