Sailor Records Charts Its Own Course in Denver

Denver-based Sailor Records, which is celebrating its first five years this weekend, started as both a labor of love and a tax write-off. When founder Oscar Ross put out the first album by his hard-rock band Lords of Fuzz in 2010, he did it just to have an imprint on the sleeve of the twelve-inch record. He named the label for his son, whom he named after Nicolas Cage’s character in Wild at Heart (Ross’s favorite movie), and the initial intentions for Sailor Records were just as personal and humble as those of any band self-releasing its music. At the time, Ross had played out extensively in Denver with the Fuzz, a band he formed around 2004, during his divorce. “The band was like therapy,”

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