You can find here label histories of Les Disques Du Crepuscule, Factory and Factory Benelux. These were originally written for magazines: NME (UK), Record Collector (UK) and Magic (Fr) in the early 90's.
Then you can glance through what is the most comprehensive Crepuscule discography ever compiled (once described by the NME as "solving the mystery of the Marie Celeste"). There are separate discographies of all Crepuscule's sister- and sub-labels, such as Operation Twilight, Crepuscule Au Japon and Interior Music. A LTM/Boutique discog is also included.
Finally there are the Factory and Crepuscule Image Banques.
Please note that both Les Disques Du Crepuscule and Factory Benelux are nowadays operated from LTM Headquarters in the UK.
New and upcoming Factory Benelux and Crepuscule releases
Further due: Ultramarine new LP/CD (TWI 1236).
Go to the: Les Disques Du Crepuscule/Factory Benelux/LTM Mailorder Catalogue
Les Disques Du Crepuscule - Official Site
Factory Benelux - Official Site
LTM Recordings - Official Site
II | LABEL DISCOGRAPHIES | for historical reference only*
Les Disques Du Crepuscule - TWI 001 to TWI 777
Les Disques Du Crepuscule - TWI 800 to TWI 8722
Les Disques Du Crepuscule - sublabels, foreign operations and licensees
Les Disques Du Crepuscule - miscellaneous licensed and related releases
Les Disques Du Crepuscule - artists a to k
Les Disques Du Crepuscule - artists l to z
Les Disques Du Crepuscule - compilations a to z
LTM - incl. Boutique/Les Temps Modernes
Factory Benelux - 2012 and onwards
Les Disques Du Crepuscule - 2013 and onwards
*note: artists who only
appear on (a) compilation(s) have no entry in the artists a to z catalogues.
please check the compilations catalogue and
use the 'search' or 'find' option of your browser.
III | IMAGES
Crepuscule Image Banque
Factory Image Banque
48 Related sites
Polite | for Factory Editions postcard sets and pin badges
Operation Twilight - Official Site
Why Not Productions | French film company formerly associated with Crepuscule France
Apres Crepuscule | 2009 exhibition at Cologne Kunstverrein
Dennis Remmer's Factory Discography
Sebastian Luetzow's Factory Overseas Discography
John Cooper's Cerysmatic Factory | huge site with many images of posters, artifacts etc.
FactoryRecords.org | new master discography covering everything factory
Kevin Whitlock's Factory Records Project | ever expanding photo collection
Ikon Video Bank - Official You Tube site | the entire FACT 125 and other stuff
Factory 251 | The old Factory HQ as new club and label
Dry | Manchester bar/venue formerly owned by Factory (FAC 201)
Factory Records Complete Graphic Album (FAC 461)
Manchester District Music Archive
The Durutti Column - Official Site
Rob Stanzel's Durutti Column Web Page (FAC 2.26) | with re-direct / incl. audio files
World In Motion - New Order Site (FAC 441)
Love Is The Law - Official Section 25 Site
Crispy Ambulance - Official Site
Crawling Chaos - Official Site
The Aural Drug - Crispy Ambulance Site
Official A Certain Ratio Facebook Page
Cabaret Voltaire - Unofficial Site
Minny Pops - Official Site
The Martin Hannett Biography Project
Ben Kelly Design | feat. FAC 51, FAC 201, FAC 251, Saville Apartment etc.
Peter Saville - Official Site
Sleeve Designed By Peter Saville
MuirMcNeil | former 8vo
Mark Holt Design | former 8vo
Mark Farrow | designed FAC 41, FAC 58 etc., before moving on to...
Lucien De Roeck | famous Belgian typographer/designer, designed FBN 12
Offficial Isabelle Antena Facebook Page
Paul Haig - Official Site
Paul Haig's ROL Ltd. | in Japanese
The Names - Official Site
Tuxedomoon - Official Site
Mundoblaineo - Blaine L. Reininger's Official Site
Winston Tong - Official Site
Virginia Astley Site
Biting Tongues - Official Site
Isolation Ward's My Space Page
Simon Rigot's Official Berntholer Page
Marina Records | Pale Fountains, Josef K etc.
Wim Mertens - Official Site
Dancing Through Dark Times - The Passage Site
New Wave Photos By Philippe Carly | New Order, Joy Division, The Names, Minny Pops etc.
Bureau Of Public Secrets | Situationist International, Ken Knabb etc.
special thanks to: James Nice, Franz Regnot, Klaus Tackenberg and Tsurutani Yuhki.
no thanks at all to: Generation Terrorist magazine (Thailand) and Magic magazine (France).