Non-Site Records is a Brooklyn-based independent artist owned and operated media label started in 2010 by Chris McIntyre. Non-Site was formed to document and distribute the myriad contemporary music projects McIntyre participates in as performer, composer, and curator/producer. Its inaugural project, the CD and digital audio release entitled "To TILT: Original Music for TILT Brass Vol. 1" [NSR 001], presents a set of 5 works culled from the group TILT Brass’ repertoire of original works created for its 10-piece Creative Brass Band. "To TILT..." clearly reflects the organization’s direct engagement with New York City's lively composer community, featuring works by Anthony Coleman, Nick Didkovsky, Nate Wooley, Curtis Hasselbring, and McIntyre.
Non-Site joins the SoundCloud community now to offer its "Non-Site: SCR" series imprint. The initial releases on SCR (i.e. SoundCloud Releases) are full sets of live music from TILT Brass' first 10 years of archival audio, beginning with "Debut at Bowery Poetry Club" recorded live at BPC on January 20, 2003.
Future Non-Site projects include a limited edition vinyl and digital audio release of McIntyre’s "stuplimity series" in Fall ‘13. "stuplimity series" is a set of four interrelated compositions for various trombone ensembles (ranging from solo to septet) created between 2005 and 2007.