Output Recordings Closes Its Doors
Today Trevor Jackson, boss of Output Recordings, announced that the label has closed its doors, effective immediately. Jackson states the closure is due to "circumstances beyond his control." Output was home to artists like Mu, Colder, Black Strobe, and Circle Square. This is the label's tenth year operating, and they were close to celebrating their 100th release. What Mr. Jackson or any of the artists on the label plan for the future is not yet known, but XLR8R wishes them the best of luck in their respective musical futures.
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