Vision

Oaken Palace Records is a charitable record label that uses all its profits to support various environmental organisations all around the world. With a focus on Psychedelic and Drone, it aims to strengthen the connection between music and nature, and to raise environmental awareness in a world that is all too often characterised by blind consumerism. Myself and the contributing artists try our best to give you the opportunity to enjoy great sounds with the good feeling of giving something back to mother nature when buying one of our releases!

And this is how it works in detail:

  • Participating artists/bands choose an animal from the IUCN redlist of endangered species or a habitat that is endangered by human development. Their record will then be dedicated to this animal or habitat;
  • The record will then be produced, using a production process that is as environmentally friendly as possible. This means 100% recycled sleeves, non-toxic printing colours, carbon-zero vinyl pressing, etc.;
  • All profits generated from selling the records will be used to support a specific environmental organisation that is officially registered as a charity. Oaken Palace Records will not profit personally from the sales.

If you have any questions, feel free to send an email to ask[at]oakenpalace.com
If you are a band/an artist and want to contribute, write to contribute[at]oakenpalace.com

3 thoughts on “Vision

  1. Hi,

    is there a possibility to order a package (deal) with only the Caudal, Nadja and Plurals records. I already have the Parallel Line album. If not, maybe a nice price when ordering all 3 of the above at once?

    cheers and keep up the good work.

    hans van der velden

  2. Pingback: Parallel Lines “White Fur /// Black Cathedral” LP | OMG Vinyl... Because Records Sound Better

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