Novamute Records

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Novamute Records is the electronic dance music subsidiary of Mute Records, which was started in 1992.[1] The label's staff included Mick Paterson (promotions), Pepe Jansz (A&R), and producer Seth Hodder, and it was originally set up to give UK releases to white label 12-inch singles and imports.[1] In the United States it was distributed by Tommy Boy Records while the Mute parent label was distributed by Elektra Records.[1]

In the beginning, the label licensed records and music from small labels such as Berlin-based Tresor and Canadian label Plus 8.[1] It expanded its remit to include new work from artists such as Richie Hawtin and Luke Slater.[2][3]

Novamute win the Best Label award at the Music und Maschine Awards in Germany in July 2002.[4]

In 2017, Daniel Miller relaunched [5] the label with releases from Nicolas Bougaïeff [6] and Terence Fixmer [7].

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  1. ^ a b c d Larkin, Colin (1999) The Virgin Encyclopedia of Dance Music, Virgin Books, ISBN 0-7535-0252-6, p. 243
  2. ^ Nowinski, Amanda (1999) "Novamute DJs Hawtin, Slater Take Spins Around U.S.", Billboard, 13 November 1999, p. 32. Retrieved 18 June 2014
  3. ^ Dixon, Katrina (1998) "Fables Labels...Mute", The Scotsman, 23 July 1998. Retrieved 18 June 2014  – via HighBeam (subscription required)
  4. ^ Miller, Louis (2002) "Industry News", CMJ New Music Report, 5 August 2002, p. 6. Retrieved 18 June 2014
  5. ^ http://thequietus.com/articles/23331-nicolas-bougaieff-novamute-relaunch-listen
  6. ^ http://www.theransomnote.com/music/interviews/artist-to-artist-nicolas-bougaieff-daniel-miller/
  7. ^ http://thequietus.com/articles/23407-terrence-fixmer-novamute