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Big Things From Richmond Street

Thursday 17th September / posted by Chris Wheeldon

What does it take to start a record label in a world where the music industry is constantly changing?

Well, a group of Music Business students at Perth's Central Institute of Technology are just finding out.

They’ve created Richmond Street Records, and they’re putting on a show featuring a line-up of their own bands.

RSR's Marketing Manager Kelly Miglori and local band WABISABI joined Caitlin Nienaber on Breakfast with Caitlin.

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