Dean Blunt and Inga Copeland start their own imprint, look to Warner Music Group for inspiration

Dean Blunt and Inga Copeland start their own imprint, look to Warner Music Group for inspiration

With Dean Blunt and Inga Copeland, there’s an inherent risk of unexplained, spontaneous disavowal, but as music journalists, what are we supposed to do, not report the news?! To reference a relevant simile, they seem wholly unconcerned with whether or not they’re playing us like a fiddle. Only that’s not a fiddle, it’s a drum machine. Only that’s not them working the drum machine, it’s a clerk from the local convenience mart. The drum machine has since instantly transformed into one of those contraptions on which hot dogs rotate. The mixer is now a Slurpee machine. Oh, I guess I just… okay. Hm.

Regardless, The Wire received word that Dean Blunt and Inga Copeland have started their own label — an imprint called World Music Group. A statement accompanying the announcement reads as follows: “Most future recording/works will be issued or licensed through this channel.” And that’s it. Now we wait.

(In other news, listen to Blunt’s recent “Watch The Throne” collaboration with James Ferraro here, and take note of the fact that the Hippos In Tanks reissue of Blunt’s mixtape The Narcissist II will be released not too long from now, on November 26.)

• Dean Blunt and Inga Copeland: http://www.youtube.com/pollyjacobsen

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