Higher Octave

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Higher Octave is a sub-label imprint of Narada Productions, which is part of Universal Music Group's Capitol Music Group, located in Los Angeles.

Higher Octave was acquired by Virgin Records on behalf of EMI in 1997. In 2004, Higher Octave's offices in Malibu, California, were closed and the label was folded into Narada Productions at a reduced level of staffing and activity while retaining its imprint as a sub-label of Narada.[1][2] Two years later, Higher Octave moved to New York along with Narada and all of its related sub-labels to become part of EMI's merging all of its adult-focused music into the Blue Note Records label group.[3]

High Octave has several sub-labels, such as OmTown and CyberOctave.[4][5]

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Artists who have recorded for Higher Octave include the following:

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