Wagram Music

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Wagram Music
Logo WAGRAM music.png
Parent companyWagram Music Group
Country of originFrance
LocationParis, Île-de-France
Official websitewww.wagram.fr

Wagram Music is a French independent record label based in Paris, with offices in Berlin and Los Angeles.[1] It has a catalog in various music genres such as French pop, Rock and Pop, world, electronic music, Reggae, Soul, Jazz and Blues.[2] Represented artists include Orelsan, - M -, Lamomali, Fatoumata Diawara, Dominique A, Suzanne, Philippe Katerine, Bertrand Belin, Inna de Yard, Ken Booth, Malik Djoudi, Corneille...[2]

Wagram Music has 6 internal record labels :

Cinq7, with artists as Saez, Dominique A, Gush, Lilli Wood & The Prick, Melanie Pain, Rover, Oxmo Puccino, Tété, The Dø etc.

3ème Bureau, with artists as Orelsan, Casseurs Flowters, Pony Pony Run Run, Naive New Beaters, Brigitte.

Chapter Two records with artists as Winston Mcanuff and Fixi, Zoufris Maracas, Soviet Suprem, Clinton Fearon, Inna de Yard.

WLab with artists as Corneille, Ridsa, Caravan Palace.

Recently, Wagram Music opened two new label, LaBréa and Belem. It is also associated with the label Panenka (Therapy Taxi).

Wagram opened W Spectacle, its live company, in 2010. It manages concerts and tour for a roaster of around 40 artists, including Rover, R.Wan, Winston McAnuff, Fatoumata Diawara, Bertrand Belin, Ayo.

Wagram Music is part of Wagram Stories, a global and independent artistic production company , involved in film and series production (Wagram Film), book publishing (Wagram Livres), live music, and communication (Wagram Agency)[3].

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  1. ^ Martin, James (12 July 2003). "Staff Buy French Indie Wagram", Billboard. 115 (28): 43. Convenience link.
  2. ^ a b "Wagram Music". Wagram Music. Retrieved 2012-06-06.
  3. ^ "Wagram Music se réorganise en opérateur global" (in French). 2018-09-27. Retrieved 2019-07-22.

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