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Is Ministry of Sound the Label Of The Decade? Vote now

  • Mixmag crew
  • 1 March 2017
Is Ministry of Sound the Label Of The Decade? Vote now

Arguably the best-known brand in dance music, Ministry of Sound’s record label was born from the same offices that made their South London club famous. Originally known as Sound of Ministry, the label then ran as two separate labels, Rulin’ and Data which consolidated in 2009 (hence why we’re just listing them as one label for the sake of this poll). Today Ministry of Sound’s imprint is the home of acts like Example, Wretch 32, DJ Fresh and London Grammar. Recent key releases include huge crossover club tracks like Duke Dumont’s ‘Need You 100%’, Storm Queen’s ‘Look Right Throug’h (MK Remix) and Riton’s ‘Rinse and Repeat’.

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