Jon Wozencroft nails why we are not called Touch Records - again

Read a wide-ranging interview with Jon Wozencroft on The Ghostly Store Blog, which was published on the 14th August 2012...

"Anyway, we’ve been called Touch for 30 years. Releasing vinyl records is just one aspect of what we do. So we get annoyed when people say Touch Records because if nothing else it’s lazy journalism."

There is much more in this interview, of course...

"I am quite happy to accept a level of quietness. It takes time…"

"Certain aspects of the production process having become much easier, editorial/curation becomes more vital. Our task has been to balance the impact of the digital music slipstream on our fluidity in working with our artists. Perhaps one equation is to be responsive, not reactive, to the changes in sound and music and see the long-term with optimism."



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