The actor-network is a notion, yet it exists in Latour’s words as a “thread-like, wiry, stringy, ropy, capillary character”, the nature of the network is something that exists in a tension with varying intensities. Further to this Latour expands: “A network is not a thing but the recorded movement of a thing” (Latour, 1996, p.14). He highlights the network as past connections and—considering the neo-tribal actor—dis-connections. Adding further complexity to this movement, there is even more at play within the independent neo-tribal record label, including what we might term micro actors. For example each band or artist develops their own identity while typically consisting of fewer primary participants, their productions lead to the development of their own micro actor-networks which exists as part of the label’s macro actor-network.