Xtra Mile: 'We want to be artist friendly'

Murray Stassen

After launching as ‘a side project’ in 2003 to release music by Frank Turner’s old band Million Dead, Xtra Mile Recordings has gone from strength to strength, with Turner performing at the Olympics and subsequently selling out a run of UK Arena shows. Here, label founder Charlie Caplowe tells Music Week about what the company hopes it has achieved in the last 12 years...

“When we sign a band, we don’t think, We need to shift X amount of units ...

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