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How indie labels reinvented British music

11 mins | Dec 6, 2018
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An anti-industry attitude that gave a voice to the likes of Joy Division and Depeche Mode. Daniel Dylan Wray of the Guardian speaks to the founders of indie record labels Rough Trade, Mute and Factory Records, to discuss how they reinvented British music in the 70s.
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