Clone Records has just published a statement to clarify why the company ended its agreement with Nina Kraviz and her label Trip Recordings.
This comes after the company says they received many inquiries from the public about why its distribution for the label had come to an end.
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Writing on Instagram, the company said: "We choose to be open and transparent on our decision, therefore we've made the statement public to clarify why Clone Distribution ended its agreement with Nina Kraviz and Trip Recordings."
The statement begins: "For the past few weeks, we’ve been receiving inquiries on a daily basis, asking why Clone Distribution has ended its collaboration with Trip Recordings and Nina Kraviz. Even Time Magazine asked whether we’d have an official statement about it."
"While many festivals and clubs conveniently accept her right to remain silent, we in our opinion have all the reasons to end the collaboration," it reads.
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Clone Records decision to end the distribution of Nina Kraviz's releases and further releases from Trip Recordings was mentioned in a TIME article published late last week.
Clone Records has held fundraising events in the past to help with the ongoing humanitarian aid in Ukraine.
Read the full statement from Clone Records regarding Trip Recordings and Nina Kraviz here.
Mixmag has reached out to representatives for Nina Kraviz for comment.
Aneesa Ahmed is Mixmag's Digital Intern, follow her on Twitter