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One Question Interviews: Topshelf Records

Seth Decoteau (Topshelf Records)

SPB: Do you accept demos? What is the most surprising demo you’ve received?

Decoteau: Yes. I'd say the most surprising demo we've received was from Infinity Girl, which we ended up releasing. 


Words by Loren on March 25, 2016, midnight

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