Hurricane Ida brought nearly eight inches of rain to NYC last week, flooding streets, homes and businesses. Among those were the offices and studio of label Greenway Records, a space that was shared by bands Acid Dad and Programmique. As you can see in the picture above and a video below, they lost just about everything.
While they were insured, their losses are likely to exceed the settlement, and Greenway Records is looking to relocate to somewhere on higher ground. Also, the timing couldn't have been worse for Acid Dad, who are getting ready to go out on tour for the first time since the pandemic hit. They've launched a GoFundMe to help recoup their losses. Greenway founder Harry Portnoy wrote this in an update: