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LuckyMe is a United Kingdom-based record label specialising in the release of new electronic hip hop, pop, rock and underground dance music.

The label was founded in Glasgow, Scotland, on 7 July 2007, by Mike Slott; Dominic Sum Flannigan; Martyn Flyn; and Ross Birchard, also known as Warp Records recording artist Hudson Mohawke. The label currently has a roster consisting of UK, US, Canadian, and Austrian artists.

Notable press support in the form of features, awards, and reviews to date include The Fader, Dazed & Confused, Mixmag, DJ Mag, Pig, Fact Mag, Serie B, Susology, ID, The New Yorker, Vice, TimeOut, Wire, The Scotsman, The Montreal Mirror, The List, The Skinny, The Guardian, The Independent, and BBC Radio One.

In addition to releasing music, LuckyMe operates as a visual art studio staffed by former Glasgow School of Art students. As a visual art studio, LuckyMe has undertaken design work in the fashion and music industries, completing print, film, public events, websites, and sculptural projects. Clients have included Warp Records, Planet Mu, Atlantic, Nike, Oddities Clothing, Circulations, Beams T, All City Records, The Skinny, Bombay Saaphire, Red Bull, and Susology Magazine.

In July 2011, LuckyMe, along with artists like Jeff Koons and Warpaint, exhibited an augmented reality sculpture commissioned for Beck's Green Box Project; for this project, there was a display of the LuckyMe eye logo appearing to float in front of the mobile devices of spectators in public spaces of New York, Miami, San Francisco, Los Angeles, and London.