Also, were no Indie songs released between 93 and 2001, and then 20 in 16 years?
Black Lab was an important early pioneer of the modern indie movement in the Internet age, as they actually started out on major labels (first Geffen, then Epic), scoring a couple of US hits and soundtrack inclusions. Feeling a bit soul-drained, primary band member Paul Durham decided to leave Epic, and announced his intention to self-release Black Lab’s music from then on. He’s stuck to that objective, and they’ve enjoyed success similar to their previous levels, with a strong showing in the TV & film soundtrack oeuvre, using only Internet-based promotion. And they’re awesome!
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