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Parent company Dirty Loop Music
Founded 1997
Status Active
Genre(s) Downtempo, Insturmental Hip-Hop, Abstract Hip-Hop, Experimental, Turntablism
Country of origin United States
Location Los Angeles
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Mush Records is officially under the umbrella of Dirty Loop Music along with Three to Five; all three entities created in 1997. Mush has been the most prominent of these establishments and has grown to be one of the most recognized labels in the abstract hip-hop scene, along with the likes of Anitcon (whose almost entire roster is as well part of Mush). Originally conceived as solely a downtempo, instrumental hip-hop label, it has grown to release a vast array of musical styles but all essentially abstract and experimental in the best way possible. Mush has been prominent in releasing the early music of many of the big experimental underground artists today. The first 3 years saw releases from Boom Bip, cLOUDDEAD (Doseone, Why? and odd nosdam), Neutrino and Aesop Rock, who released his much acclaimed debut full-length, Float, with Mush before signing with Def Jux. In the more recent years, Mush has been responsible for releasing music from the likes of Her Space Holiday, Daedelus, Busdriver and The Opus, all of which have made significant noise in the independent music scene.

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