ABMI is the largest association of record companies in Brazil, representing over 100 independent labels.
This compilation is part of the Brazilian World Music Day, promoted by the ARC (ARChive of Contemporary Music).
ABMI is the Brazilian Association of Independent Music. It was founded in 2002 by independent phonographic producers from the need to coordinate and mobilize the music industry. With the turnaround of the market, the organization’s role has grow in importance and it became the largest association of record companies in Brazil bringing together producers and artists that are now owners of their music content through their own record companies.
The ABMI account, currently with 106 members – Biscoito Fino, MCD, Yb, Discobertas, MZA, Atração, Albatroz, CCC Records, CID, Dabliu, Eldorado, Lab 344, Lua Music, Palavra Cantada, Rob Digital, Trilhos.Arte, Velas, Luar Music, Caco Music, Delira Musica, Mills Records, Sala de Som, among many others.
The vast catalog of its members covers a wide variety of musical styles and represents, in the Brazilian market, the largest share of current music production.
Together we move much of the industry, contributing to the maintenance of a recording history in the Country and launching of new artists. Some of the most important Brazilian artists and producers are associates - Roberto Menescal, Olivia Hime, Chico Cesar, Marco Mazzolla, Wilson Souto Jr., Benjamin Taubkin, among many others.