Mute goes independent again. Well, mostly…

EMI Music and Mute have announced plans for the latter's founder Daniel Miller to take the label independent again – albeit with strong ties to EMI. Miller sold Mute to EMI in 2002, but has remained in charge. Now he's going indie again, licensing the trademark Mute, and using EMI's Label Services unit for sales,...

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