Inside PIAS' independent revolution

Mark Sutherland

Whoever said you can’t be all things to all people clearly never came across PIAS.

Founded in Belgium in 1981 by Kenny Gates and Michel Lambot, the group has expanded over the years to plant its flag into most sectors of the music industry.

You’ll have noticed, no doubt, its leading in-house label, Play It Again Sam, picking up the Music Week Award for Independent Record Company last month, after a stellar 2017 starring Enter Shikari, Public Service Broadcasting, Ghostpoet ...

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