Welcome to the Starla Records Website. We are a small record label who specialise in vinyl 45s featuring the best of Soul, RnB, Funk, Jazz and more from Scotland and further afield.
On the site we'll bring you the latest news on our releases, downloads of our tracks and exclusive dj mixes, information on Starla events and other details of interest to the music fan of taste.
Please feel free to get in touch to find out more, you can contact us here starlarecords (at) gmail.com
Heres a few links in the meantime
NEWS / BLOG - you can also buy copies of our latest 45s here
Here's our 45 releases so far...
SRC1001 - The DT6 "Don't Doubt Me" / Marco & The DT6 "Open My Eyes"
Don't Doubt Me Video
SRC1002 - The DT6 "(Theme From) The Baden Persuader" / Emeli Sande & Marco with
The DT6 "Takes"
Baden Persauder Video
SRC1003 - The Privates Hammond Orchestra - "The Chop" / "Work Song"
The Chop Live Video
SRC1005 - The DT6 - "Donkey Chop" / Paul Mills & The DT6 "Scotstoun Shuffle"
Donkey Chop Video
also in collaboration with our friends RecordKicks in Italy we have released...
RK45 032 - Joe Kane & The Privates Hammond Orchestra "I'm Sorry (Can I Please Come Home)" / The Privates Hammond Orchestra "The Batttle Of Yoker"
Battle of Yoker Video
Record Kicks (top quality funk / soul / jazz releases - based in Milan)
Mocambo (German label specialising in limited vinyl runs)
Daptone Records (Brooklyn NY - you ought to know by now)
Acid Jazz (still going strong)
Freestyle Records (UK represents)
Juno Records (for Starla Vinyl & Digital Releases)
Jazzman Records (a record shop, a label, a radio station....)
The Privates Hammond Orchestra
Ray Harris & The Fusion Experience
Friday Street (The Finest Mod Club on these here islands)
Double Breasted (The UKs best Mod Fanzine)
Eyes Wide Open (Fantastic Glasgow Psych/Garage Club)
Fleamarket Funk (DJ Prestige over in New Jersey - funk fiend & Liverpool supporter)
Jelly Jazz (The Funkiest Club South of The North Pole)
Modculture (keep it smart)
The Jazz Bar (Premier Edinburgh venue)
The Yardbird (Birmingham's top venue)
Monkeyboxing (on the edge music review blog)