Canadian indie Arts & Crafts may be enjoying the biggest hit of its six-year existence, but label co-founder/president Jeffrey Remedios says he'll never change his "quality over quantity" business mantra.

The Toronto-based label has seen Feist's "The Reminder" become a runaway hit, shifting more than 200,000 copies in Canada since its May 2007 release, according to Nielsen SoundScan.

"It has allowed us to build out our infrastructure," Remedios says. "We now have all the tools at our disposal that any much larger label has. We can do things that were previously outside our scope."

Remedios points to increases in the label's publicity, marketing and retail abilities in recent months as a demonstration of Arts & Crafts' rise in stature.

The album has proved a worldwide hit, selling more than 600,000 copies in the United States, according to Nielsen SoundScan, although A&C only has the rights for...

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