We are Parks and Records, an independent record label in California dedicated to protecting our great outdoors and building a community of passionate musicians and fans since 2007.

Newest Release

Identical Homes: Language Lessons

“In the desert, a film canister coated in patina and sand. Crack it open and take out the amber-tinted film reel. Study it in the chalk colored sun. What do you hear, in your mind? Odds are it sounds like, “Language Lessons,” the new ambient album by Daniel McKenzie/Identical Homes. This album is strong medicine for baleful times.”

About us

Parks and Records

The label was started by young lovers Jon and Mimi Fee (aka The Fees or Mijuanito). No strangers to the indie label circuit,  Jon (of The Things of YouthThe Rum Diary and Shuteye Unison) and Mimi were responsible for creating the “translation. music.” compilation series back in 2000. 

Giving Back

A percentage of all sales at Parks and Records go to nonprofit organizations dedicated to protecting our parks and outdoor spaces. In 2019, Parks and Records made donations to the following organizations:

Point Reyes

Latest updates

Top 3 facts of the new Identical Homes album

Top 3 facts of the new Identical Homes album

Exciting news! Seven new Identical Homes tracks are coming your way this summer! On August 7th to be exact. In true click-bait fashion, here are 3 AMAZING facts about this project: This album is completely instrumental. Why? Recording vocals is torture, and...

Happy New Year!

Happy New Year!

A happy new year to you! We have updates, yes, many updates, but we find that as we get older, things aren't as urgent as they once were. So, we have tracks recorded for new albums from Shuteye Unison, Things Of Youth, and Identical Homes, all just sitting on hard...

Shuteye Unison/Things of Youth back in the Studio

Shuteye Unison/Things of Youth back in the Studio

The Panoramic House is not only a mecca of Northern California recording, it's a literal stone castle that sits on a mountainside overlooking Stinson Beach. They have every mic, every classic piece of vintage gear you have ever heard of, and even a 100-foot long...

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