ARMFAR collective

(832) 922-1254
“info” at “armfar dot com”

Under the name Music For Apartments Records, the collective offers music from a wide range of genres. A lot of the niche mentality of the past has been dissolved by the immense amount of culture that diffuses daily accross the internets. This medium has empowered many to be able to create, and to share their work with a vast multicultural audience. By combining the forces of their individual members, the ARMFAR collective is able to offer material that is above the par in terms of creativity and value.

Under the name ARM, the collective offers a wide variety of multimedia, from website and interactive presentations, to promotional advertisements and identity development for artists and companies. Our creative team is at the forefront of the fast growing field of interactive and motion design. The collective has multiskilled artists with many years of experience and award winning designs. Our main service is the development of promotional services for musicians and artists. We are inclined to this medium because it allows for maximum creative freedom. The expressive nature of music fuels the creativity of the artists, which reflects and enhances the music.

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4 Responses to “Smelly Menace Records”

  1. philaphonic on August 13th, 2011 at 10:36 pm

    To contact Lazy Squid, you may have to send an email to lazysquid (at) sbcglobal dot net for their current releases. The juno dot com email listed here is no good. Don’t know about the PO Box. No web site right now, either.

    They put out at least one Rotten Piece CD in 2010, and there are probably more.

    My label is offering up some of their back catalog from the 1990s, mostly the Sad Pygmy releases. And if you don’t mind me plugging that, it’s

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