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About Don't Flunk Me Records

Music can change your mood, paint your experiences, and color your memories. Don't Flunk Me Records believes that the right music can have a powerful influence, and since its establishment in 2021, has understood that music means different things to different people. They built their business on that exact premise, with the goal of supporting musical talent the world would never forget. Their ability to get the very best from every artist should give you ample reason to get in touch. This is our default about us, but us, the production team, haven't had the time to changed it, but it's close enough for now. Sorry! And still, please don't flunk me!

Also, we're a student ran record label! Pretty cool right? So subscribe to us to see what we're up to! 

Meet The Team

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Jake Stillman

Overlord

"Someone has to keep these people in line!"

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Flunk Ghost

Ghost

Flunk ghost, also known affectionately as Flunky, wasn't the biggest fan of music but a fan of people who love music.

Business

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Brett Harwood

Sir

"Whoever let this guy run the accounts needs to be fired!"

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La Reva Myles

Music Business Counselor

"Success in the music business requires focus on both creativity and business."

Marketing

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Faith Rasmusen

Keeping the faith since '02.

"Follow your dreams!!"

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James Johnson

Born and raised in Santa Rosa, James plays piano, guitar, and sings. He also works with live sound for the Sonoma County Fair and other events in the county.

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Rich Anderson

Supreme Overlord

"I'd go a day without water before I go a day without listening to music."

Public Relations

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Amber Shell

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Jesse Pinske

Master of Thesaurus

"Music is like pretty cool."

Production

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Jonathan Bland

Graded Intern

"*insert good quote here*"

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Lori Curtis

Resourceress

“If you do work you love, then it is called ‘Playing,’ even while being a Techie as opposed to a performer."