January 2008
Mix;Jan2008, Vol. 32 Issue 1, p18
The article focuses on the plan of AFA Music Group to launch a full-service digital music label in early 2008. The label, which will be available via www.afamusic.com, will include all aspects of a traditional record label, including music distribution, marketing, publishing and merchandising. Artists currently on the company roster include the Audio Club, Braidy, Brooks Buford and Taxi Doll.


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