Corpus Hermeticum (record label)

Corpus Hermeticum (record label)

Corpus Hermeticum is a Lyttelton, New Zealand based independent record label, founded by musician Bruce Russell.

The label has released albums by a number of New Zealand and international artists, focusing on drone, noise, improvisation and musique concrète forms.

See also

* List of record labels
* Corpus Hermeticum discography

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