New Albion Calls It Quits

After 25 years of new and experimental releases from an eclectic range of composers, New Albion Records has officially decided to end. ┬áLabel frontman Foster Reed offered a brief explanation on the label’s site, saying that “the actual infrastructure that New Albion was created in, one that resembled an independent record label, no longer exists and has yet to be replaced in the new order, so we are moving on.”

The label has released recorded material from greats such as Ingram Marshall, John Adams, Threnody Ensemble, Terminal 4, John Cage, Harold Budd, Pauline Oliveros, Morton Feldman, Henry Cowell, and many more.  The remaining stock has been forwarded to the individual artists, while New Albion will stay in charge of digital content.

 

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