Melotone Records was an Australian label sold in the Foy & Gibson's chain stores.
Melotone Records was also United States based record label issuing 78 rpm disc records from 1930 through 1938. The label was introduced as a budget subsidiary of Brunswick Records, then became part of the American Record Corporation collection of labels in 1932.
Melotone issued popular dance tunes of the era, together with a variety of jazz, country music, blues, Mexican music, Cajun music, and Hawaiian music. Artists whose recordings were issued on Melotone include Eddie Cantor, Annette Hanshaw, Gene Autry, Tex Ritter, Leadbelly, and Blind Boy Fuller.
Audio fidelity is below average for the era.