Latest Releases

Sean Danger Smith

Just one year after his first EP, Space Camp, dropped, Philadelphia-based singer / songwriter Sean Danger Smith returns with Sad Disco.   Recorded during the coronavirus quarantine, Sad Disco, showcases even deeper autobiographical  songwriting from its predecessor.  A collaborative effort, the album features full band arrangements with synths,  the occasional strings and more elaborate production.


Opening track “Tchoupitoulas” is named after the famed street in New Orleans where Smith spent some time while attending Loyola University.  Album single, “City Wide (We Met at Ortlieb’s)”, has

Sean Danger Smith

Sean Danger Smith releases the single City Wide (We Met at Ortlieb's) ahead of his new album Sad Disco (released June 18th 2021).

His first music since 2020's Space Camp EP shows Smith growing as a songwriter and developing larger arrangements for his compositions with a full band in tow.

City Wide (We Met at Ortlieb's) was originally featured on the Philly Loves You compilation released as a Bandcamp exclusive on Valentine's Day.

June Rodriguez

With his third album for Spring Garden Records, June Rodriguez continues to push his deep and progressive house productions into almost meditation-like territory: patterns ebb and flow, reverb swells and dissipates.


HyDeph, the Spring Garden Records prolific beat maker, drops his 2nd EP in under 3 months.  This time around, however, the tracks are more varied with influences of industrial and trip hop abound.

Arthur Thomas and the Funkitorium

Philly’s Arthur Thomas and the Funkitorium were funking up stages across the city before the pandemic hit in 2020. Welcome to Funktar is the culmination of studio sessions in early 2020 as well as throughout the subsequent quarantine, following up on the success of singles “How You Like Me Now” and “Fried Chicken”. 

Led by lead vocalist and frontman Arthur Thomas, the Funkitorium weaves old school funk with modern day hip-hop for a fresh sound unlike any other band on the planet. The band won PHL Live’s Summer Stage 2019 with their highly energetic live shows, which Welcome to Funktar capture

Arthur Thomas and the Funkitorium

The How You Like Me Now Remixes EP showcases three takes on Arthur Thomas and the Funktorium's first single for the label in the leadup to their debut EP "Welcome to Funktar".  Kicking things off is Funkitorium producer and DJ, NDot, followed by Spring Garden Records label director and Philly Street Bass mainstay, Starkey.  Lastly, Spring Garden Records labelmate HyDeph provides his own unique take on the track.

Fairmount String Quartet

The Fairmount String Quartet say goodbye to 2020 with a beautiful recording of Philadelphia composer Jennifer Higdon’s arrangement of Amazing Grace.

The Mini Q's

Recorded during their residency at Philadelphia club/restaurant South in November 2019, The Mini Q’s Live! showcases this star-studded organ trio at their finest. Guest vocals are welcomed from NYC's Melanie Charles. Essential listening.


Emahni returns with another autobiographical, heartfelt r&b ballad in "I Kept Coming Back". Guest vocals come from fellow Philadelphia artist, Lar’el.


Spring Garden Records’ masked producer, HyDeph, drops his first full-length offering littered with guest vocals and collaborations. Shifting from backpacker hiphop beats to spaced out stompers, UV Surf is a cascading journey through HyDeph’s wavy beats.