Candy, James Reeves, Stephen Baker, and Dan Parham founded a record label called Red Antenna. They released minimal techno and performed in New York, Detroit, Grenoble, and Helsinki. As designers, they also obsessed over the packaging and spent late nights hand-stamping and hand-silkscreening kraftboard sleeves. Eventually James and Steve grew the company into a design firm. The record label made no money and is now a distant memory, but they had fun and learned a lot.