Reverbose Records is an independent record label based in Columbus, Ohio that specializes in "indie rock and intelligent pop."
Reverbose began official operations in the Spring of 2003. Five friends from various Columbus-area bands launched the label with the release of The Stepford Five EP entitled "6" in April of 2003. The following May in 2004, The Stepford Five released their third full-length album and fifth overall release, "A New Design For Living," at the same time Pretty Mighty Mighty frontman/guitarist Jon Chinn released his first solo album, "I Can't Believe You Live Like That."
In December of 2004, Reverbose released the Workbook Studio compilation project "25 Hour Grand Prix." The album included twenty-five songs recorded and mixed by twenty-five bands in twenty-five consecutive hours at the Workbook Studio facility that fall.
In May of 2006, The Stepford Five frontman/guitarist Keith Jenkins released his debut solo effort, a self-titled 5-song EP under the name Keith Jenkins & The Moving Parts.
New releases from The Stepford Five and Keith Jenkins & The Moving Parts are expected in 2008.