RASTASCAN RECORDS is an artist-run label that allows musicians to
present their music exactly as they see fit, without compromises.
Our artists take part in every step of production--from
recording to printing--so that the listener can be assured they are
receiving a complete document of the artist's intent. Top quality sound
and packaging are of highest priority.
Rastascan Records began with the release
of a flexi-disc by the
Anything Goes Orchestra in the early-80's. This flexi-disc
was sent out to subscribers of OP magazine (and later to subscribers
of Option magazine). The next few releases were cassette only
by the AGO as well as the Righteous Thugs, a punk band from Redlands, CA.
In 1986, Gino Robair
moved to the San Francisco Bay Area, and with Rastascan Records (named after the term "rasters"
from television technology) released two recordings featuring the
Anthony Braxton. By 2011, approaching 30 years in business, Rastascan Records has produced
70 releases and continues to carve out its own niche in creative and
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Updated June 25, 2011