Hidden behind a corner store in a mid-century, motel-like building in Los Angeles's Highland Park neighborhood is the office of the electronic label Not Not Fun. There's no arrow overtly identifying it, no sign on the teal door leading inside. It's a perfectly unassuming location for a label that typically champions hard-to-pin-down, occasionally inaccessible artists.
Not Not Fun's co-founders Amanda Brown and her husband Britt started the label as a hobby back in 2004. "We started out, as a boyfriend and girlfriend, wanting to do something more interesting than just have sex and go to the movies - though that's incredibly fun. We were like, 'Let's put our humble stamp on the world in some way,'" Amanda says, sitting at her dining room table which doubles as a workspace for the label's interns. As their home office indicates, there's not much divide between their personal and professional lives.