“I’ve been doing shows and promotions with, Sub Noize president Kevin Zinger, for almost 15 years now,” says Skunk Records CEO Michael “Miguel’ Happoldt. “He’s always understood what we were about and has created a monster of an independent label that is a perfect fit for us at this time. We are all really thankful and stoked about our future together.”
Skunk Records was started by Miguel while he was in college for his former band The Ziggens. Shortly thereafter ‘Miguel’ linked up with Brad Nowell and Sublime and released two classic albums, 1992’s “40.Oz To Freedom ” and 1993’s “Robbin’ The Hood “, before the band signed with MCA Records in 1994. After taking a hiatus to tour and handle the production work on various releases, ‘Miguel’ fired the label back up in 2004 and has released some of the hottest records that embody the positive vibrations of the southern California lifestyle.
Paulie Nugent’s “Late night Stereo” will be the first album released under this new arrangement with Philieano’s “Holy Homework ” and Toko Tasi’s “Spiritual life” to follow. For more information on Skunk Records please visit check out www.Skunk.com