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Musicians Protest Knitting Factory music label

Musicians Protest Knitting Factory music label

Take It To the Bridge, a collective of musicians on the Knitting Factory music label, are protesting it’s shabby treatment of them and their work by protesting outside Knitting Factory this Saturday.

According to the group:

“Instinct Records has simply been incredibly incommunicative and misleading. The destruction of untold amounts of CD stock in the first week of June, and the subsequent inability by so many artists to find out the truth of what happened to their work, stands now as a galvanizing force. While our experiences vary from artist to artist, we recognize this as a good opportunity to come together and finally hold the label accountable for honoring provisions in our contracts that have been neglected for years.”

Learn more about their protest at:

Saturday, August 14 in front of the Knitting Factory
74 Leonard Street, between Broadway and Church
7:30 PM to 10 PM

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