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This Ain’t Bristol to Re-Launch in 2021 Under New Management

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Pioneering Label This Ain’t Bristol to Re-Launch in 2021 Under New Management. Summer 2021 will see the re-launch of the original ‘Good Vibes House’ label, This Ain’t Bristol, under new ownership and management.

With the label dormant since July 2020, the move marks the start of a new era for the brand – one driven by a passionate and experienced team with a renewed vision and an aim to set the industry gold standard for label management practices.
After 5 years of world-class events and 50 releases by artists like Kyle Watson, John Summit, Weiss (UK) and many more, the label entered an indefinite hiatus in July 2020 after accusations of a sexual nature were made towards one of TAB’s original founders, Billy Kenny, who was subsequently removed from his involvement with TAB in-line with the Company’s zero-tolerance policy.

Digital distribution and label experts, Label Worx, will resurrect and manage the label day-to-day alongside industry veterans with extensive high-profile label management experience. Together, with the guidance of original co-founder Sebi aka Maximono, they will overhaul every aspect of the label to reinforce the new ethos and ensure it is ingrained at every level of the label’s operation.

Two of the three remaining founders – Phil and Benski – will also step away from any kind of ownership or involvement with This Ain’t Bristol, and instead pass the torch to the new team with a clear statement that This Ain’t Bristol has been rebuilt from the ground up with a focus on the values that the label was first founded on: great music, talented artists and transparency throughout.

This Ain’t Bristol’s original ‘Good Vibes House’ policy will be at the heart of every decision moving forward and form the foundations of the new-look label. As well as bringing back original TAB artists like Marc Spence and Kyle Watson, the label will be looking to develop new talent, work closely with artists and work to a strict set of values that goes the extra mile for a tight-knit roster of international talent.

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Grahame Farmer

Grahame Farmer’s love affair with electronic music goes back to the mid-90s when he first began to venture into the UK’s beloved rave culture, finding himself interlaced with some of the country’s most seminal club spaces. A trip to dance music’s anointed holy ground of Ibiza in 1997 then cemented his sense of purpose and laid the foundations for what was to come over the next few decades of his marriage to the music industry.

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