- n. Plural form of mate.
- adj. Friendly; having a friendship (with).
- n. a pair of people who live together
“D: We had a lot of fun remixing our label mates Ocote Soul Sounds because their music is so rich and original.”
“He had to wait through the production and release of albums of his label mates Six foot”
“The advert, to promote his latest single, Dirtee Cash, cements an unique relationship between the artist and www. winkball.com, which has seen WinkBall support Dizzee Rascal and his label mates on their current Dirtee Stank tour (www. dirteestanktour.com).”
“JB: I think she has a great song out at the moment, which I've heard, and we are label mates.”
“It's nice to see you label mates are on the road together.”
“MR: I'm very familiar with most of your label mates because I've been very impressed by folks like Robert Francis and Matt Hires.”
“Oh - one of my mates is a 5th dan in Kempo karate and does seminars world wide and is well renowned in the martial arts fraternity.”
“Odd. on March 25, one week after their less famous label mates the Hush Sound release Goodbye Blues.”
“Their label mates Crucifix however, were great on record and live.”
“One of his mates is a caned shorthair in a black leather jacket who rants in a deep Wiltshire drawl about the poll tax and how they get you for it in Wiltshire.”
‘mates’ hasn't been added to any lists yet.
Looking for tweets for mates.