Joshua Homme’s Rekords Rekords Partners with Ipecac

by | Aug 30, 2010

Joshua Homme’s (Queens Of The Stone Age, Them Crooked Vultures) label Rekords Rekords has formed a partnership with Ipecac Recordings, and will release three albums this fall: Alain Johannes’ “Spark” (Oct. 5), Mini Mansions’ self-titled debut (Nov. 2) and a reissue of Queens of The Stone Age’s self-titled debut (Nov. 26).

“Reports on the death of the record label have been greatly exaggerated,” said Ipecac’s Greg Werckman.  “Record labels like Rekords Rekords and artists like Joshua Homme continue to wage an assault on mediocrity and complacency in the music industry.  We, at Ipecac, are stoked to work side by side with unique talents like Alain, Mini Mansions and el jefe Homme.  Keep art in the artists hands.”

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