Riverhorse starts talks as Sine link-up ends

Independent label Riverhorse Records is seeking new international distribution and licensing partners following the long-expected termination of its agreement with Sony Music's Sine operation.

The label, which was launched as a joint venture between the major and former Warner/Chappell managing director Robin Godfrey-Cass two years ago, intends to initiate discussions with potential partners at Midem later this month.

Godfrey-Cass says he wants to focus his negotiations on big independents. "I want to avoid the majors, so I'm currently in talks ...

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