Darrin Pfeiffer, best known for his drumming with Platinum pop-punk band Goldfinger, has re-launched his own record label, High 4 Records and changed the name to High 4 Recordings.
Starting a new label was not an easy decision,” says Pfeiffer. “But after being a recording and touring musician for 23 years, and having seen the artist perspective of the music business, I wanted to start a label which has real passion for what we are signing and wanting to give young bands a fair shot at success.” As for the name High 4…. It’s also a Simpsons “high 5” as they only have 4 fingers.
High 4’s first two acts were Cauterize, a power-pop band from Oshawa, Ontario and Toronto’s Crush Luther. Cauterize released their third album, Disguises, in June of 2007 and it sold very well before disbanding. Crush Luther record their self-titled debut at Toronto’ Pocket Studios and released the album in February of 2007, their second release on the label, Some People Have No Good To Give, which was released physically on Oct. 13th 2009 achieved critical acclaim.
Darrin and High 4 Recordings is very proud to announce the release The Black Rainbows and Rachelle Harrisson for 2019/2020.
High 4 Recordings & High 4 Management is committed to helping young, talented bands and artists with their careers and is always looking for new music. Click on “contact” to find out how to submit your music to High 4 Recordings / Management.