FROM WIKI: In 2007, Brainfeeder debuted as the name of a four-hour radio broadcast by Flying Lotus and his friends on Dublab. It is also the name of the first track on Flying Lotus’s album Los Angeles.[11] In 2008, Brainfeeder officially launched as a record label.[11] In 2010, Ninja Tune offered Brainfeeder a deal to manufacture, distribute and promote the catalogue worldwide, with Alpha Pup Records remaining as the U.S. digital distributor.[11] In that year, Brainfeeder was listed by LA Weekly as the most exciting Los Angeles indie label.[12] In 2012, it was named “Label of the Year” at Gilles Peterson’s Worldwide Awards.[11]