430 West Records is an independent record label based in Detroit, MI USA formed in 1990 by Lawrence Burden, Lenny Burden, and Lynell Burden just months after recording their debut record for Derrick Mays' Transmat label. 430 West was formed as an outlet for the Burden Brothers' own productions (recording as Octave One, Random Noise Generation, Never On Sunday, and Metro D). Later it was expanded to be the home for releases by electronic music artists Jay Denham, Terrence Parker, Eddie Fowlkes, Aux 88, Wild Planet, and Gerald Mitchell, to name a few. In 1998, 430 West also became the musical home for the trio's youngest brothers Lance Burden and Lorne Burden. As of 2000, 430 West functions as a production company and record label, focusing once again on the work of the Burden Brothers. The company has distribution, licensing, and promotion relationships in North America, Europe, United Kingdom, and Japan.