Track record: Cherry Red's Iain McNay says album format still 'very important' for indies

Andre Paine

Cherry Red chariman Iain McNay has told Music Week that National Album Day will highlight the 'creative genius' that goes into making a classic record

Cherry Red chairman Iain McNay has told Music Week that National Album Day will highlight the “creative genius” that goes into making a classic record.

McNay was one of the instigators of the event formulated during a meeting of indie members of the BPI Council.

“For independent labels generally – especially the ones that have ...

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