Deconstruction Records is a British record label founded in 1987 by Pete Hadfield and Keith Blackhurst, together with Mike Pickering of M People. It initially specialised in house anthems such as K Klass's "Rhythm Is A Mystery" and Bassheads' "Is There Anybody Out There?", as well as M People's output, but also had a record in promoting underground dance acts such as Dave Clarke. Hits included Robert Miles's UK No.2 hit "Children", Felix's twice UK Top Ten hit "Don't You Want Me" and Italian techno act U. S. U. R. A.'s UK No.7 hit, "Open Your Mind".
It was home to Kylie Minogue in the mid-late 1990s, when working with Saint Etienne, Brothers in Rhythm (who produced her single "Confide in Me"), and others.