"Here's what I love most," declared an energetic Jack Hollis to a roomful of dinner guests. "We are tied up with zero major labels, major artists, major corporations [or] mainstream players. We have tied in all of it 100% to those who do art, who are creative, for the love that they have for their art. That's what Scion is about."
That was the message delivered by Scion's vice president during his opening remarks on Thursday night. Hollis was onstage speaking to a group of indie industry and business world VIPs invited to celebrate the company's near-decade long participation in music and the arts, which has included a variety of projects with cred bands across a broad spectrum from death metal to backpack hip-hop. CLICK HERE to read the rest of my report.