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B-Unique Records

B-Unique Records & B-Unique Publishing
Founded 2001
Founder Mark Lewis, Martin Toher
Genre Various
Country of origin UK
Official website http://www.b-uniquerecords.com/

B-Unique Records is a London-based record label, and publishing company founded in 2001 by Mark Lewis and Martin Toher.[1]

B-Unique's current roster includes John Newman, Kodaline, James Bay, The Mispers, Darlia, Benjamin Francis Leftwich, Luke Sital Singh, Port Isla, Seafret and artists and writers Ian Broudie, Samuel Preston, John Power, Liam O'Donnell, Jonny Coffer, Anders Grahn, Grace Tither, James Flannigan and Ralph Pelleymounter.

Other bands include Kaiser Chiefs, The Twang, The Automatic, The Ordinary Boys and Aqualung. Also released on the label to critical acclaim: Primal Scream, Fenech Soler, Mull Historical Society, Leaves, Alkaline Trio, Hot Hot Heat, Saves The Day, Rocket from the Crypt, Bedouin Soundclash, Harmar Superstar and Coheed and Cambria.

Before launching B-Unique Toher signed artists including Therapy?, The Bluetones, Dodgy and Cud to A&M. Mark Lewis as Head of A&R at Polygram Music and London Records signed Echo and The Bunnymen, Cast, Alisha's Attic and many others.

Contents

  • Roster 1
  • Former artists 2
  • Publication 3
  • See also 4
  • References 5
  • External links 6

Roster

Former artists

Publication

See also

References

  1. ^ "____b*unique recordings_About us". Retrieved 2008-10-22. 

External links

  • Official site
  • B-Unique Records on Twitter
  • Interview with Mark Lewis, HitQuarters August 2005
  • KOMCA Publishing Listing For "Karma Butterfly"|
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