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Have 10p Records is a record label set up by British singer-songwriter Kate Nash in April of 2011. The first act signed to the label was Brigitte Aphrodite, a British comedienne/singer who had toured with Nash and played the Edinburgh Fringe Festival on numerous occasions. Other acts associated with the label are Supercute! and The Thin Kids, the latter of whom featured on Nash's 2011 Record Store Day single 'Warrior In Woolworths' -a cover of the X Ray Spex song.

In 2012 it was announced that Nash's EP 'Death Proof' and the following LP 'Girl Talk' would be released on Have 10p after rumours circulating that Nash had bought herself out of her contract with Fiction records. She has yet to comment on this.

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