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# Posted: 9 Jan 2008 15:45

What kind of music genres do you accept and distribute?


# Posted: 9 Jan 2008 15:46 - Edited by: INQB8R

We accept all kind of music and audibles, specially because genres doesn't matter today as the new music always brings something new in developing them. However our label has other kind of concept - all works should not last longer than 30 minutes, i.e. they should be as most impressive as most short as possible. INQB8R is an EP-only net label and it follows to collect all presentable music genres on Earth in such format. In the recent past, Extended Play (EP) was the name typically given to vinyl records or CDs which contain more music than a single, but are too short to qualify as albums. On our web label we give this name to the records which are being abnormally expressive and conceptual within the shortest time possible.

So one of the big elephants holding our label is the principle "no styles, no genres" for determining a music. As you might see on our web page there are only "possible definitions" which are as most subjective as we are ourselves. We let the music flow freely and independently from its impress. Briefly we called it "breathed music" that is open for everybody, lives a life in its own and sounds even in the silence. So, any kind of music genres are welcome to our "incubator" that helps this music to produce its own special oxygen.

However we would specially mention that we are avoiding experimental releases which sound more cacophonous else human and are not pleasant for the ears. It means you can't release on our label if you have just took some LSD then plugged in your radio to the PC and expressively tuning the button recorded an awesome noise which can't be called music at all. Most likely we will not release such experimental drug poison, and you must qualify for releasing on our label proving your music is the one you have worked on at least.

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