In 2001 Candy, James Reeves, Stephen Baker, and Dan Parham, founded a record label & design house called Red Antenna. They released records & CDs of minimal techno, electro, and krautrock and played at parties in NYC, Detroit, Berlin, Grenoble, Antwerp, and Helsinki. As designers who DJ’d and made music, they also obsessed over the rekkid as an art object and spent many late nights hand-stamping and hand-silkscreening their custom kraftboard sleeves in their little NYC apartments. Over the years James and Steve grew the company into a successful design firm, and the record label became a distant memory. But the memory gets more entertaining with time, and Candy recently found old event photos (below). They had fun and learned a lot. Artists included Karl Zeiss, Com.munikation, Tomorrowland, Addisko, Kinosport, Rewind Wonderland, Variable X, Stochastic, Marco Raab, me, and many others on The New Electric Policy compilations.