Med School, the sister label of Hospital Records, is to cease operations after 13 years of releasing music.
The label has amassed 90 releases since it was founded in 2006, putting out music from the likes of Randomers, S.P.Y., Bop and Etherwood.
"We want to thank all the brilliant artists that created the Med School sound, our dedicated label managers, Ash Howard, Tom Mullett, Chris Walton and Chris Dexta, for their commitment and positivity, and every fan for the love and support throughout the lifespan of the label," said a statement put out by the label.
The label still has three more releases lined up for this autumn as well as a winter tour of Australia and New Zealand. It's also promised that a "special graduation compilation" will be released through Hospital Records in April of next year.
You can read the full statement here.
Read our feature on Med School-affiliated DJ and producer S.P.Y. here.
Earlier this summer, it was revealed that defunct D&B-focused magazine K Mag would be returning for a one-off hardback book.
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