Tuesday 19 February 2013, 11:23 | By

earMUSIC renews partnership with Absolute

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The Edel-owned rock label earMUSIC, which represents artists including Foreigner, Europe and Deep Purple, has renewed its partnership with London-based label services company Absolute Marketing.

Confirming the renewed alliance, earMUSIC’s Max Vaccaro told CMU: “[With Absolute] we have found more than just a distribution company. Absolute turned into our English office and in a few years we have achieved great results with radio airplay, charts successes and we have made an enormous step forward with our catalogue. Absolute in the UK and earMUSIC in Europe seems to have been the best choice for many artists who have trusted us and we feel this is only the start”.

Absolute chief Henry Semmence added: “We have been working with Max and his team for several years now and are delighted to have helped establish earMUSIC as a highly successful label here in the UK. We are even more delighted to have renewed the deal and look forward to being involved with some iconic bands and releases over the coming months”.

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