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Tuesday 16th September 2014

The Classic Crime and Vocal Few link with BC Music

THE SEATTLE-based rock band The Classic Crime, together with their side project Vocal Few, have partnered with BC Music (a division of BadChristian). Read a press release, both acts "are now excited to join BC Music's new-model partnership, which has created a new space for hard-working artists to succeed." The Classic Crime will be releasing its first album, 'What Was Done: Volume I: A Decade Revisited', with BC Music this autumn. The album will feature a mix of both acoustic and rearranged versions of fan and band favourites. The Classic Crime's frontman, Matt MacDonald, is the Marketing Director of BC Music and has been working with BadChristian since its formation last year. Said MacDonald, "The processes we've established at BC Music over the last six months will give our bands the best shot they have in this post-modern music landscape. Both The Classic Crime and Vocal Few have done well on their own, mostly due to dumb luck and elbow grease, but with the team of people at BC Music behind us, the opportunities are expanded." CR

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