New Space for Strongfront
Posted on May 9, 2006
Strongfront Audio/Visual recently picked up shop and moved to some new digs in Winnipeg’s Exchange District. The company, owned and operated by the indestructible rocker Jesse Green, produces video and provides a full range of services to Aboriginal recording artists.
“I’m excited about the business expansion and getting into our new space,” says Green. “We just got about $80,000 in new equipment and we’re looking forward serving the Aboriginal economy across Canada.”
Strongfront has been in operation for the last 5 years. Its video production work includes broadcast, industrial video, and pretty much anything else you can think of. Its sound recording includes full services for Aboriginal blues, country, rock, folk and even hip hop.
The Strongfront brand is currently expanding and now includes a record label. “We plan to record, market and distributed Aboriginal Canada’s top artists,” he says. “Only the best will be released.”
“We’re about to mix and master the new C-Weed album as well,” says Green. “It’s going to be ready for the Indian Summer Music Awards, the Western Canadian Music Awards, the Canadian Aboriginal Music Awards and the new Aboriginal People’s Choice Music Awards. We’re all pretty excited.”
The new Strongfront offices are shared with Arbor Records, one of the continent’s largest record labels that deals exclusively in Aboriginal recordings.
You can find both organizations at:
401-441 Main Street