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Soma Quality Recordings (more commonly known as Soma Records) is a Scottish techno and house label co-founded in 1991 by the electronic music duo Slam. The label is known for releasing some of Daft Punk's first tracks, "Da Funk", "The New Wave", and "Indo Silver Club (Part One)" from their 1997 album Homework.

After the release of "Indo Silver Club", Daft Punk moved to Virgin Records, a partnership that lasted until 2013, when they moved to Columbia Records before splitting up in 2021.

In August 2011, Soma announced a 20th Anniversary compilation album, which included an unreleased Daft Punk song, "Drive".