Lydia Lunch has announced that she is selling the rights to all of her creative works and is looking for private buyers in a press release released today (March 25th). Announced as an “investment opportunity”, the sale would include “all of their written items, compositions, most of their masters, books, artwork, photography and more,” according to the statement. Anyone with “serious inquiries” can contact Tom Garretson, Lunch’s manager, through Guttersaint. More information can be found here.

According to the press release, the sale includes “all intellectual rights and copyrights”. The collection includes 61 published works, nearly 400 compositions, and “ownership” of 326 master recordings. Lunch joins a growing group of artists who have sold the rights to their songwriting catalogs in recent months. Bob Dylan sold his to Universal Music Publishing for $ 300 million in December. A few weeks later, Lindsey Buckingham, Shakira and Neil Young sold shares in their catalogs to the Hipgnosis Songs Fund. Earlier this month, David Crosby sold the rights to his work to Irving Azoff.

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