Break Free.
It’s always really cool to me to read about how companys, labels, or bands do things from the inside so I figured I’d give a little scoop on Life To Live. Dan has been doing LTL for about 5 years now and is on his 17th release. The label doesn’t define itself with any one style of music, with releases ranging from Ivy League to Damages Dan has told me many times he puts out what he enjoys at the time! The label is ran out of his old room at his parents house in Panama City Beach, FL and he alone does all of the work, with a little help from us when he needs it. What this means is every shirt, record, poster, whatever, he deals with from start to end. He alone deals with every order he gets from hand writing the label right down to shipping the packages out at the post office, so I think it goes with out saying Dan puts a lot in to this label. As far as hard working labels go LTL has to be up in the tops of the ranks. In the last year or so I’ve seen this label take off and Dan still sets aside the time to keep the ball moving forward! With tons and tons of solid releases under his belt I don’t see him going anywhere anytime soon, so keep your eye peeled for the LTL logo  the next show your at and you might be surprised. Anyway go check out the store envy and if you have any other questions or comments feel free to hit him up!http://ltlrecs.storenvy.com/

It’s always really cool to me to read about how companys, labels, or bands do things from the inside so I figured I’d give a little scoop on Life To Live. Dan has been doing LTL for about 5 years now and is on his 17th release. The label doesn’t define itself with any one style of music, with releases ranging from Ivy League to Damages Dan has told me many times he puts out what he enjoys at the time! The label is ran out of his old room at his parents house in Panama City Beach, FL and he alone does all of the work, with a little help from us when he needs it. What this means is every shirt, record, poster, whatever, he deals with from start to end. He alone deals with every order he gets from hand writing the label right down to shipping the packages out at the post office, so I think it goes with out saying Dan puts a lot in to this label. As far as hard working labels go LTL has to be up in the tops of the ranks. In the last year or so I’ve seen this label take off and Dan still sets aside the time to keep the ball moving forward! With tons and tons of solid releases under his belt I don’t see him going anywhere anytime soon, so keep your eye peeled for the LTL logo  the next show your at and you might be surprised. Anyway go check out the store envy and if you have any other questions or comments feel free to hit him up!
http://ltlrecs.storenvy.com/

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