By Lucinda Breeding
Dustin Blocker started Hand Drawn Records in 2006. He saw untapped potential among indie bands across North Texas — including Denton acts. He wanted a label that would serve musicians, not shoulder past them in hot pursuit of a big, blinking bottom line.
Eleven years later, the University of North Texas alumnus means to plump up that bottom line for musicians by putting a vinyl album in their hands.
If things go as planned, Hand Drawn Pressing will make 2 million records a year.
Homegrown music manufacturing
“We’re finally all in,” said Blocker, showing off the compact,...