acropolisRECORDS began to gain its reputation back in the early ’90s as a boutique Records, Promotion and Management company in Orange County, Calif.

“Bringing People Together Through Music is the mantra by which we operate in order to find and promote talent, progressing alongside our artists and of course, serving it up hot and fresh, making it all accessible to what we believe is the cornerstone of our industry – the fans.

At our core, we specialize in infiltrating youth culture in order to market, promote, and book our artists as well as produce concerts and events.

The non-linear aspect of today’s music industry is much different than it was even a short time ago during our inception. acropolis has not only survived, but thrived by utilizing traditional guerilla and street-level marketing tactics alongside progressive social network marketing, resulting in a vast, virtual super-community of fans and artists.

We have grown to encompass several label imprints with over 60 artists and 800 releases spanning nearly all genres, but thankfully, some things never change.

For over a decade acropolisRecords has adapted and evolved with the music and the industry seamlessly, and today we are still “bringing people together through music.”

4 thoughts on “about”

  1. Andy Enriquez says:

    I was trying to reach someone that I could speak to in regards to marketing an advertising. Inland Empire Weekly in an alternative publication that focuses on the arts and nightlife of the Inland Empire. I would like to set an appointment to meet and discuss how I can help market your label and upcoming events. Please contact me at your earliest convenience. Thanks for your time and I look forward to hearing from you.

    Best Regards,
    Andy Enriquez
    Account Executive- IE Weekly
    (909) 348-3094

  2. Mary says:

    Hello Acropolis,

    I work with the L.A. based band ZUU. Their 2nd album has just come out. We’re already getting press and radio play on an indie scale and there’s a small buzz growing. Wondering about your services and how they could apply to ZUU and their new release. Specially in terms of planning an upcoming late Summer/early Fall tour to promote the album.

    thank you very much,


  3. Daniela Petri says:

    I have just checked out your artist Opus Dai and do think that they would fit together really well with my music producer/engineer/mixer friend Eric Greedy http://www.ericgreedy.com he also has produced HURT Vol 1 and 2 for capitol records so if you are interested please let me know and I will get you in touch , thanks

  4. Courtney Drew says:

    I had the pleasure of watching/listening to a band named King Thick and the bass player stated at the end of their set that they had a album out and it had been released by AcropolisRPM. I have held several scouting positions for a national talent firm and feel that this bands very unique musical outlook would be a fresh and welcoming change to the desperatley failing music scene today. Is your outfit given all rights to their material? Would you allow them and would they be willing to answer some very basic interview questions? I would be willing to travel to you.
    Thanks for your time,


    P.S. Is there a email list I can get on to be informed when King Thick plays? I know a couple of people who need to see this for themselves.

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