Migro Records

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Ghikas, P. 2010. Migro Records. UK Migro Records.
AuthorsGhikas, P.
Abstract

Migro Records, founded in London in 2010, is a new music label with 15 physical and digital releases, five of which have received international physical distribution, through the Wire Tapper compilations, reaching audiences of over 40.000 worldwide.

Since 2014, Migro has produced, designed and promoted ten New Music releases and a number of Europe-wide events that involve both members and non-members of the academic community. Utilizing a variety of physical and digital formats and modes of distribution, Migro has disseminated challenging work that has received critical acclaim.

Research engagement is documented by curatorial work, audio production, release and events artistic management.

Year2010
PublisherMigro Records
Official URLhttp://www.migrorecords.com
FunderArts Council Ireland
Foundation for Contemporary Arts NY (US)
Goldsmiths, Univ. London – Music Dep. Research Committee
Canterbury Christ Church Univ., School of Music and Perf. Arts (QR Funding)
Canterbury Christ Church Univ., Faculty of Arts and Humanities (KE Award)
Output statusPublished
Publication process dates
Deposited06 Jan 2017
Completed2010
ContributorsOliver, V.
Place of publicationUK
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