Nabil Ayers

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Nabil Ayers
Occupation(s) Musician, entrepreneur
Instruments Drums
Labels The Control Group, V2, Will, Mercury, Barsuk
Associated acts The Lemons, Alien Crime Syndicate, The Long Winters, Tommy Stinson

Nabil Ayers is an American musician and entrepreneur. He is a co-owner of Seattle's Sonic Boom Records, and the founder of The Control Group. As a drummer, he has performed with various acts, most recently The Long Winters. Ayers was described by music journalist Kurt B. Reighley as "The Nicest Guy in Seattle Rock".[1]

In 2008 he moved to New York to work as label manager for 4AD.[2]

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  1. ^ Linda Claycamp. "A Few Alumni Who Rock". "Arches Unbound, University of Puget Sound". 
  2. ^ Hannah Levin (January 2009). "Sonic Boom Owner Nabil Ayers Hired at 4AD". Seattle Weekly (Seattle). Retrieved January 27, 2009.