Drag City is a Chicago-based independent record label. It was established with a Royal Trux single release ("Hero Zero" - DC1) in 1990 in Chicago, Illinois by Dan Koretzky and Dan Osborn.〔Howland, Don (1993) "(Drag Kings: Chicago's Drag City is America's Best Record Label )", ''SPIN'', November 1993, p. 101-2, 152-3, retrieved 2010-12-05〕
Drag City specializes in experimental indie rock acts. Bands that have released material on Drag City are
*Flying Saucer Attack
*The Fucking Champs
*Neil Michael Hagerty
*The Howling Hex
*Will Oldham (Bonnie 'Prince' Billy, Palace Music, etc.)〔〔Ayers, Michael D. (2009) "(Will's World: Oldham Hones Indie Rock Niche with Drag City )", ''Billboard'', January 31, 2009, p. 30, retrieved 2010-12-05〕
*Pearls and Brass
*The Red Krayola
*Six Organs of Admittance
The label released the US version of Scott Walker's ''Tilt'' in 1997, after the label approached him wishing to give the album a US release.〔Morris, Chris (1997) "(Drag City Goes Full 'Tilt' on Walker )", ''Billboard'', August 23, 1997, p. 53-4, retrieved 2010-12-05〕 Walker described releasing the album on the indie as "an experiment".〔
Several members of Drag City's staff have played in bands; press-chief Gene Booth played keyboards and guitar in USA, and Booth, head of sales Rian Murphy, and founder Dan Koretzky all played in Mantis.〔Morris, Chris (1998) "(Declarations of Independents: Flag Waving )", ''Billboard'', June 13, 1998, p. 77, retrieved 2010-12-05〕 Booth were also a member of Chestnut Station.〔
In recent years, they have expanded their catalog to include alternative comedy releases, with recent outputs from Fred Armisen, Neil Hamburger, and Andy Kaufman among others, and reissues, notably by Gary Higgins and Death.
Several Drag City albums have been licensed to Domino Records for British release.
In 1997 Drag City began publishing printed works such as the literary magazine ''The Minus Times'' and Neil Hagerty's novel ''Victory Chimp''.
They have also distributed films such as the 2013 documentary ''The Source Family''.
* List of record labels
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