Durtro

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Durtro
Founded 1988
Distributor(s) World Serpent Distribution (1988-2004)
Durtro-Jnana (2004 – present)
Country of origin United Kingdom

Durtro was a British independent record label established by the British poet, singer, songwriter, and visual artist David Tibet in 1988, to publish his own work and that of fellow friends and musicians. It was replaced by one of Tibet's earlier labels, Coptic Cat, in 2010.[1]

The label has published nearly every release of Tibet's band Current 93 since 1988. The records were distributed by World Serpent Distribution, which handled the distribution of similar artists such as Coil, Death in June, and Nurse With Wound until 2004, when World Serpent went bankrupt. After 2004, Durtro began distributing the records by itself, under the name Durtro-Jnana.[citation needed]

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  1. ^ "News". Coptic Cat. 

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