Jason Aalon Butler launches 333 Wreckords Crew

By Punktastic

Not content with starting a new musical revolution around the world with Fever 333, former Letlive. front man Jason Aalon Butler has now announced a new, artist-orientated alternative label, ‘333 Wreckords Crew’.

โ€œWhen I started this project it was quite literally built upon a foundation of community,โ€ says Butler. โ€œIn my mind this community would thrive due to its unique focus on ethics, progressiveness, a symbiotic structuring and, of course, dope art. I believe that the difference between myself and many other record labels (especially most established ones) is that I am not here to make money off of my artists. I am an artist who wants to create a structure that challenges the current music creation process and disrupts the way it is distributed. I will do this by working WITH my artists. So we all have a stake in the fulfillment and success of the art.โ€

Butler aims to bring the same ethos and values as surround Fever 333 – charity, change, and community – to his new project, along with his own wealth of experience in the music industry. Kentucky hardcore/metal outfit Guerilla Warfare are the first to join 333 Wreckords Crew, and it already looks like we can expect big things to come.

โ€œAfter the first 8 bars I KNEW this was a band I had to make a part of this collective,โ€ Butler says of the band. โ€œI believe that when things speak to you that quickly, simply due to the irrefutable energy they convey, you have to act on that. So that’s what I did. A few days later I was hitting them up telling them how strongly I felt about what they were doing and promised to honor their art and make sure the world gets an opportunity to feel the way I did the first time I experienced it.โ€

Keep your eyes peeled for more from the collective in the near future, and keep up with them on Twitter and Instagram.

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