The Big Interview: Because Music's Jane Third

Mark Sutherland

Last year, when the entire music biz appeared to have forgotten how to break new artists, one label seemed to have all the answers.

Not content with ending Drake’s near record-breaking run at No.1 with Major Lazer’s Cold Water (featuring Justin Bieber and MØ), Because Music also took a gender-fluid French electronic pop artist to unlikely UK stardom.

Christine And The Queens’ debut album, Chaleur Humaine, originally released in France in 2014, has now sold 188,615 copies, according to the ...

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