Lashdigit Records is an independent, out-of-pocket record label that was created to release projects by Carlos Marzano.
The label was originally formed in the Bay Area in 1997 as The House of Fixx Records and was used to release demo recordings by Adverse Side-FX, a San Jose, CA based band that Carlos played drums for. The label name was later shortened to HOF Records and the first official release, “Corporate Life,” was pressed in 1998. A full-length album, “A Tale of Lunatic Daring,” was later released in 1999 as well as “The Maggot EP” shortly thereafter.
In March 2000, Carlos moved to New York City and began his solo project HypoFixx. Several singles, albums, and videos were released, giving him a humble amount of local and international success. In 2004, HOF Records was renamed to Lashdigit Records because of a dispute with another entity using the same name. Both HOF Records are now dissolved.
Hypofixx – Postmechanical: Retrospective is a collection of work spanning 10 years, including three albums and two remix EPs, and is being released on vinyl for the first time.