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One Question Interviews: Urban Scandal Records

Stephen (Urban Scandal Records)

SPB: How do you typically find the bands you sign to the label?

Stephen: I would say I generally find bands that I want to work with through word of mouth. Friends of friends of friends sort of situations. Not all releases have come about that way, but I've found that a business partnership runs much more smoothly when musicians in bands and people at a label are coming from a similar scene or mindset. It allows for more trust and open communication while working together.

 

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Words by Loren on April 16, 2015, 12:38 a.m.

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