How Marshall Records' ADA deal will make new label a 'real force in the rock world'

Daniel Gumble

Marshall Records managing director Rob Cass has hailed the company’s new distribution agreement with Warner Music Group’s ADA as a major breakthrough in its bid to take on the rock world.

Music Week can exclusively reveal that the rock label, which launched back in July of last year, put pen to paper on an agreement with ADA last week, which, Cass said, will enable it to bolster its position in the market.

“This deal is a real validation of what ...

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