Commmons

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Commmons
Parent company Avex Group
Founded 2006
Founder Ryuichi Sakamoto and Max Matsuura
Status Active
Distributor(s) Rhythm Zone (via Avex Marketing)
Genre J-pop, Electropop, New Age music
Country of origin Japan
Location Aoyama, Tokyo
Official website http://www.commmons.com/index.html

Commmons is a Japanese record label founded by Japanese musician Ryuichi Sakamoto. Avex Group, Japan's biggest independent record label, is its official parent company.

History[edit]

Commmons was founded in 2006 by Sakamoto with the help of Avex and its founder and president, Max Matsuura. The word Commmons has three M's because the 3rd M stands for music. On the initiative's "About" page, the label is described as a project that "aims to find new possibilities for music, while making meaningful contribution to culture and society."[1]

Distribution[edit]

It is distributed by Rhythm Zone, Avex's urban and R&B record label, and uses the catalog code "RZCM-4****". It also serves as a distributing label for Thrill Jockey and Raster-Noton in Japan.

Artists[edit]

Slogan[edit]

Commmons' official slogan is Think Global, Act Local.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "about commmons". Commmons. commmons/AMI. 22 June 2014. Retrieved 22 June 2014. 

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