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Helicon Records

Helicon Records
Founded 1985
Founder Itzik Alsheikh & Ronny Brown
Genre Various
Country of origin Israel
Official website

Helicon Records (Hebrew: הליקון‎) is a record label which was founded in Israel in 1985.

Aside from being the label of many Israeli artists, Helicon is also the exclusive distributor of Snapper Music, EMI and Universal Music Group (replacing PolyGram) in Israel, which includes artists like Lady Gaga, Justin Bieber, Madonna, Guns n' Roses, and Porcupine Tree. Helicon represents and distributes Israeli artists such as Aviv Geffen, Idan Raichel, Ivri Lider, and Blackfield.

In 2012, Helicon Records acquired the distribution rights of another big Israeli record label - High Fidelity - which added more famous artists to the Helicon catalog, such as Assaf Avidan, Infected Mushroom and Balkan Beat Box.


  • Sub Labels 1
  • Labels distributed 2
    • Domestic 2.1
    • International 2.2
  • See also 3

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Labels distributed



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