Post Present Medium (Hollywood)
No Age drummer Dean Spunt started Post Present Medium in 2001, four years before his widely acclaimed band even existed. The label, which skews punk and includes the most recent releases from fellow the Smell-alum Mika Miko and Abe Vigoda, was funded using money won in a settlement after a car accident involving the Backstreet Boys’ Kevin Richardson. Spunt founded PPM hoping to make a scene that he could call his own. Clearly, he succeeded.
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