Cosmos Music Group

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Cosmos Music Group
IndustryMusic
PredecessorBonnier Amigo Music Group
Founded2001; 21 years ago (2001)
Headquarters,
Sweden
Websitewww.cosmos-music.com
Bonnier Amigo Music Group

Cosmos Music, formerly Bonnier Amigo Music Group (BAMG) is an independent record company based in Stockholm, Sweden.

Bonnier Amigo Music Group was formed in 2001 when the record company and distributor Amigo Musik merged with the record company Bonnier Music. BAMG claims to be the biggest independent record company in Scandinavia. BAMG does not exist as it has been changed to Cosmos Music as a Management Buyout in late 2009.

BAMG signed acts including Helena Paparizou, Sunrise Avenue, Madcon, Amy Diamond and Sofia Karlsson. BAMG was the Scandinavian representative of some of the most influential independent record companies in Europe, including ACT, Dramatico, Cooking Vinyl, Cooperative Music, Epitaph, Roadrunner Records and MNW.

In late 2009, Carl Fredik Ekander, Cai Leitner, Kent Isaacs and Christian Drougge bought Bonnier Amigo from Bonnier Group and subsequently renamed the company Cosmos Music.[1]

Sub-labels[edit]

  • Alfie
  • Amigo
  • Bauta
  • BITD
  • Cosmos
  • Dope
  • Rotate
  • Supernova
  • Tri-Sound

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Paine, Andre (31 August 2010). "Bonnier Amigo Becomes Cosmos Music". Billboard. Retrieved 10 January 2022.

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