Factory Workers Unite

Apparently the management and policy changes at the Knitting Factory have left some of the artists on their record label a little disgruntled. In this Letter to Knitting Factory/Instinct Recording Artists from other artists, they contend that:

In the past year, Knitting Factory Records underwent a change of management and ownership that has left many of us feeling even more confused, disgusted and fed-up. Instinct Records has simply been incredibly incommunicative and misleading. The destruction of untold amounts of CD stock in the first week of June, and the subsequent inability by so many artists to find out the truth of what happened to their work, stands now as a galvanizing force.

To air their greivances they will have a demo this Saturday, August 14 in front of the Knitting Factory at. 74 Leonard Street, between Broadway and Church
from 7:30 PM to 10 PM

Go to Take It To The Bridge.com for more information.

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