Mo Troper Dropped by Label and Manager Following Abuse Allegations

Lame-O Records is no longer releasing a new album from Portland power-pop artist Mo Troper, the label announced on X. While the label cited only “recent information” as the reason for pulling Troper’s album, Lame-O concluded its message, “We are sending healing thoughts to Maya and victims of abuse everywhere.”

Lame-O’s announcement comes after Troper’s ex-partner, Maya Stoner of the band Floating Room, accused him of physical and psychological abuse in a recent series of social media posts. It also arrives as Troper’s manager, Luke Phillips, announced that he will no longer be working with the musician. In addition, Grandstand Media, the publicity firm that had been contracted by Lame-O to promote Troper’s work, confirmed to Pitchfork it has ceased promotion of the album.

Source : Pitchfork