Sub Pop Had The Best Rejection Letter Ever

The indie record label had a gentle way of letting Nirvana wannabes down.

1. Throughout the ’90s there was no cooler record label other than Seattle based Sub Pop Records, home to Nirvana, Soundgarden, and Mudhoney. Their popularity, lead to them coming up with a subtle way of letting bands know their music didn’t make the cut.

2. Two best things about this letter: the awesome way they addressed the sender with “Dear Loser”…

3. …and just in case bands didn’t pick up on the fact that their music sounded like shit. It came with a clear this is “a rejection letter” label.

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