According to this entry on Wikipedia, Cement Shoes Records did not pay the Engineers and Editors of Ill Niño's fourth album 'Enigma' for their work. Subsequently, 'Enigma' was permanently pulled from the iTunes music store and other digital music outlets.
Ill Niño parted ways with Cement Shoes Records earlier this year and is currently looking at a couple of labels. Other artists who were initially signed to the label include Godhead, The Dreaming, and Ra. Godhead parted ways with CSR in late 2007 and signed with Driven Music Group in June 2009. The band will be releasing their new album 'At the Edge of the World' on October 7. The Dreaming left CSR and went on to release their first full length album, “Etched In Blood” on their self-created label “Dream Corpse Records”. Ra released their album 'Black Sun' on their own imprint label with Universal named Sahaja Music Recordings, after leaving CSR in early 2008.