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On February 2, Cuneiform founder Steve Feigenbaum announced that the label was going on hiatus, with its future uncertain. There’s been a lot of discussion online (and no doubt in real life as well) about What It Means, so there’s no need for Exposé to chime in on that front. What we’d like to do instead is take the occasion to look back at just what Cuneiform has been since its inception, and what it has contributed to the musical landscape in terms of what we value here.» Read more
Like Re-TROS in my last installment, this band has its roots in Nanjing. They have continually played with their name, claiming it stands for various different things at different times. They have also been listed in "official" source sometimes as P.K.14, sometimes as The P.K. 14 (The Chinese language has no articles, so this is pretty common with band names). Plain old P.K. 14 seems to be the most common, so I'll go with that.» Read more
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