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Fred Casimir
BMG has announced the promotion of Fred Casimir to EVP Global Recordings where he will be tasked with leading BMG’s international team to drive revenues of BMG artists outside their domestic markets. Casimir assumes the new role alongside his existing role as President Continental Europe, which he has held since January 2016.

Having first joined the new BMG in 2009 from sister Bertelsmann company, Fremantle Media, Casimir was responsible for all of its music-related businesses across Europe including licensing, artist projects and music publishing. In addition to building BMG’s European infrastructure, Casimir played a key role in developing BMG’s recordings business, from the initial catalogue licensed from Sony BMG and the acquisition of Union Square Music in the U.K., to the development of the company’s revenue share deals with artists, and the breakthrough signing of Rick Astley.

BMG CEO Hartwig Masuch said, “The development of our fast-growing recordings business is an absolute priority for BMG, and the creation of this new role sees us building further capacity to accommodate that growth. In a globalised streaming world, success can come from anywhere and so we have structured our organisation to give all of our artists the best shot possible at maximising their international potential. Fred Casimir has played an important role in the development of BMG both within Europe and more broadly and I congratulate him on this promotion.”

Casimir takes on his new role as BMG’s recordings business experiences a significant run of international success including Top 10 chart entries worldwide for Kylie Minogue’s Golden with No.1’s in Australia, Ireland and the U.K.; Lil Dicky’s “Freaky Friday” reaching No.1 on iTunes in 38 countries as well as becoming BMG’s first No.1 on the Official U.K. Singles Chart; and A Perfect Circle’s fourth studio album Eat The Elephant reaching the Top 10 in 10 European countries including the band’s highest chart positions to-date in Germany, Switzerland and Austria. BMG is also preparing for frontline album releases from Lenny Kravitz, Alice In Chains, The Prodigy, Avril Lavigne, Dido, Lil Dicky, Marianne Faithfull and Boy George & Culture Club.

Said Casimir, “BMG has come a long way in the record business in the past four years, but we have really only just begun. We have a very strong pipeline to the end of the year and 2019 is already looking very good indeed. I am delighted for this opportunity to further contribute to the BMG success story.”


Amina Diop
Republic Records has brought on Amina Diop as Sr. VP, A&R for the label, it was announced today by Rob Stevenson and Wendy Goldstein. Diop will be based in Atlanta, GA and lead the discovery and development of new artists across multiple genres. In joining Republic, Diop increases the label’s visibility within a key music market, bringing its operations to the South for the very first time in its history.

About the hire, Stevenson comments, “Amina has been integral to hip-hop’s 21st century takeover. Her experience for identifying, developing, and fostering artists from the street to global recognition is an immeasurable asset to our team. She maintains an unbreakable connection to the underground where superstars continually thrive and rise.”

“I’ve had the pleasure of working with Amina on many projects over the years,” adds Goldstein. “She represents the heart of the culture through and through. I’m confident that she’ll contribute a fresh energy and invaluable perspective to Republic as we uncover the next generation of game-changers together.”

“Republic is the definitive record label,” says Diop. “It encompasses all genres of music, and the amazing staff gives one-thousand percent to every single project. I’m excited to bring some of the studio culture to the mainstream. I hope to merge those two ideals by developing artists from the beginning with the best company in the business. At the same time, I hope to carve out a foothold for the label in the city of Atlanta where I reside.”

As the Founder and Principal of management firm The Diop Agency, Diop has launched and developed the careers of some of the world’s most successful acts. Diop oversees the day-to-day for her longtime-friend and client Gucci Mane, and also represents Peewee Longway, Tommie Lee, Bandhunta Izzy, Blackway and others. She played a key role in the success of Young Thug as his manager for 5 years. From 2005 until 2017, she led Melanzh Enterprises whose clientele included various models and on-camera talent, as well as artists. Her career began in 2002 as an intern at Arista Records subsidiary, Spere Records.


AWAL, the recorded music division of Kobalt, has made the acquisition of in2une Music as it seeks to leverage the radio promotion and music marketing firm’s expertise to continue building on its global marketing and promotion reach for independent artists. The agreement will see in2une Music providing services to AWAL while maintaining independent operations with service to existing and prospective clients that are not part of the AWAL roster. For AWAL’s part, the company will provide in2une Music with resources to further enhance its team globally for better curation, social/digital strategy and campus/lifestyle marketing.

Having been founded a decade ago, in2une Music has experienced chart success with more than 400 artists such as Chance the Rapper, Diplo, Lauv, Marshmello, The Lumineers, Calvin Harris and others. The company also worked Major Lazer's "Lean On," which became the first independent artist-owned track to reach No.1.

While terms of the deal have not be disclosed, In2une Music's current staff, including CEO and Founder Dale Connone and Managing Partner Ken Lucek, will stay on to maintain operations.

Kobalt Founder and CEO Willard Ahdritz commented, "Dale and his team have done an amazing job over the past ten years - their client success speaks for itself. AWAL is committed to providing the best services for our artists and this was a natural next step to bolster AWAL's global marketing and promotion capabilities. In2une was the perfect addition."


A&R Worldwide once again made the journey to the French Riviera and the city of Cannes, France to join the global music industry at Midem 2018. As it continues to evolve, Midem once again provided a forum to discuss the current and future state of the music business, as well as, offer key deal-making opportunities for numerous multi-nationals and independents.

A&R Worldwide also joined the Midem program across a number of sessions including inspiring and insightful forums on the global A&R and radio landscape. Additionally, A&R Worldwide worked alongside Midem to present its Global Sync & Brands Summit to the event delegation, a version of the highly-successful sync event which originally launched at MUSEXPO in 2010 and has been held in various territories worldwide since.

Below is a snapshot pictorial overview of A&R Worldwide’s time in the French Riviera.

MIESEL MUSIC’S NETWORKING DINNER IN CANNES: Jens-Markus Wegener, Sr. Consultant, Miesel Music (Germany) and his colleagues hosted an intimate networking dinner in the French Riviera with two dozen international music friends in attendance. IT’S ALL ABOUT ARTIST DEVELOPMENT AND A&R: Discussing all aspects of modern day A&R were (l-r) Sat Bisla (President & Founder, A&R Worldwide), Ian Holder (VP Creative, Sony/ATV Music Publishing), Paul Jones (A&R Manager, Rough Trade Records, U.K.), Maximillian Paproth (Sr. Director of A&R, Central Europe, Universal Music Group, Germany) and Benjamin Vermeil (VP Creative, Because Music, U.S./France).

EMERGING SWISS TALENT AT MIDEM: One of Switzerland’s most promising new artists connected with A&R Worldwide in Cannes. Pictured (l-r) are Jenna Bisla, Sat Bisla, singer/songwriter Damian Lynn and Jeffrey Baumann (manager of Damian Lynn). ENJOYING A CONVERSATION WITH AN A&R LEGEND: A&R Worldwide shared a great conversation on music and A&R with (l-r) Mandar Thakur (COO, Times Music India), Seymour Stein (Chairman, Sire Records Group), Monte Malone (Sr. VP, A&R Worldwide), Jenna Bisla, Sat Bisla and Rodney Richardson.

A KEYNOTE INTERVIEW WITH A VISIONARY EXECUTIVE: One of the most talented and respected music industry executives Scooter Braun, Founder, SB Projects (pictured right) delved into an inspiring conversation with Shirley Halperin (Executive Editor, Variety). THE GLOBAL STATE OF INDEPENDENCE: A&R Worldwide’s Sat Bisla (left) discussed the evolving state of worldwide music industry’s independent sector with Charles Caldas, CEO, Merlin.

A&R WORLDWIDE’S GLOBAL SYNC & BRANDS SUMMIT IN PARTNERSHIP WITH MIDEM: Music supervisors from the U.K., Japan, Australia, Scandinavia and the U.S. joined A&R Worldwide’s Sat Bisla for an intimate discussion and pitch session at Midem with almost 100 delegates from around the world also participating. A TASTE OF INDIA AT MIDEM: Executives from the Indian music market shared a networking moment at the Supreme Songs wine-tasting mixer on the beach in Cannes. Pictured (l-r) are Devraj Sanyal (MD & CEO, India & South Asia, Universal Music Group); Tej Brar (Founder & Director, Third Culture Ent’t) and Mandar Thakur (COO, Times Music India).

ENJOYING THE FRENCH CUISINE, WINES & SOUNDS (l-r) were: Spek, Sr. Vice President Creative/A&R, Reservoir; Anurag Rao, Founder/CEO of Canvas Talent, Co-Founder/CEO of Farout Media, India; Sat Bisla; Jenna Bisla; David Stoner, Licensing Director, Silva Screen Records Ltd. (UK); Reynold D’Silva, Founder & CEO, Silva Screen Music Group; Monte Malone; and OML Entertainment India’s, Anuj Gupta. DISCUSSING THE MUSIC BUSINESS OF SOUTH AFRICA: A&R Worldwide’s Sat Bisla with longtime friend David Gresham, Founder, David Gresham Entertainment Group (S. Africa).

THE FUTURE OF ALL RADIO – DIGITAL, STREAMING, MOBILE, AUTOMOTIVE AND BEYOND: Discussing “all things radio” at Midem were (l–r): Jean–Éric Valli, President, Les Indés Radios (France); Ben Chapman, Head of Digital, BBC Radio & Music (UK); and Sat Bisla, President & Founder, A&R Worldwide.


As they celebrate the ten-year milestone of Mom + Pop Music, Michael Goldstone (Founder/Co-Owner) and Thaddeus Rudd (Co-Owner) are announcing a round of new executive staff appointments starting with Hallie Anderson and Jessica Page. Anderson’s career began at AEG Live NW, followed by a position in tour marketing for Foundations Artist Management, before transitioning to the label arena in 2014. Anderson’s promotion to her new role as VP of Marketing for Mom + Pop comes after four years of progressing at the label. Page started her career at Exfm, followed by stints with Complex-owned SuperGlued and Capitol's indie distributor Caroline. Page came to Mom + Pop in 2015 as Director of Digital Strategy and now rises to VP of Digital Strategy. Goldstone states, “Over the past few years, Hallie and Jess have been cornerstones here in our growth at m+p. Seeing them develop with us and staffing their various departments has been rewarding to watch and support. We look forward to our next steps with them.”

Sources have revealed to Billboard that Spotify has offered a number of managers and indie artists advances to license their music directly to the streaming platform. Some of the deals see Spotify offering up to several hundred thousand dollars to management firms as an advance fee for licensing a certain number of tracks by their indie acts to the service after which, in certain situations, managers and acts earn 50% of the revenue per stream on those songs across the platform. Additionally, Spotify’s terms allow artists and managers the ability to license the same works to other platforms via separate agreements and retain full revenue from those deals, nor do the deals require acts to provide Spotify with exclusive content or master ownership. In making these direct individual deals, Spotify is turning over a slightly lower revenue share to the artist than to a major label, with the artist still seeing more per stream than they would if signed to a major.

Matt Pincus
Matt Pincus, Founder of SONGS Music Publishing which was sold earlier this year to Kobalt Capital, has joined the investment bank LionTree, that served as advisors for the SONGS/Kobalt sale. Pincus, an EMI veteran and former bassist for Judge, joins the firm as an executive in residence. Additionally, Pincus has revealed he’s assuming a special advisor role with Snapchat where he’ll work with the social platform across its music strategy.

Apple has signed onto the Writers Guild (WGA) union agreement as the tech company agrees to minimums as well as enhanced terms including script fees, weekly minimums, and residuals for free-to-the-consumer content including ad-supported programming. The amount of content available from Apple on an ad-supported or free level has not been specified with many anticipating a subscription-based service from the company as it seeks to compete with Netflix, Amazon and Hulu. The email from the WGA to its members, which unveiled the news of Apple’s agreement, did specify that the new terms are only valid for writer’s hired directly by Apple Development LLC.

A&R Worldwide has learned that longtime Universal Music executive Alexandra Ziem has transitioned to a new role with Sony/ATV Music Publishing’s Berlin, Germany offices. Ziem will take up the role of Director Creative for the publisher. Having spent 11 years in the Universal system, Ziem’s roles included Sr. A&R/Creative Manager with Universal Music Publishing Group as well as Head of A&R for Universal Music’s Electrola label.

Primary Wave Music Publishing has acquired the music rights to the David Rose Music publishing catalog. The acquisition encompasses publishing and master royalties and features some of Rose's most well-known music for TV series’ such as Little House on the Prairie, Highway to Heaven, Bonanza and others. His work in composing music for television has garnered him four Emmy awards. Additionally, he was musical director for The Red Skelton Show during its 21-year run on the CBS and NBC networks. An American songwriter, composer, arranger, pianist and orchestra leader, additional compositions from Rose included in the acquisition are "The Stripper," "Holiday For Strings," "Our Waltz," "The Christmas Tree" and "Gay Spirits.”

Ralph Peer II
Peermusic Chair and CEO, Ralph Peer II, has been named Officier dans l’Ordre des Arts et des Lettres (Officer of the Order of Arts and Letters), France’s top cultural honours, by French Minister of Culture, Françoise Nyssen. Given in recognition of outstanding contributions to the arts in France and worldwide, the French cultural award was presented to Peer II at a June 5th gala dinner held by the International Confederation of Music Publishers (ICMP) during last week’s Midem conference. Peer II commented, “I’m honoured to receive this award from a country that shares my and Peermusic’s commitment to protecting composers’ rights and defending important international copyright rules. I want to share this honour with all those who have worked at Peermusic over the past 91 years and to reaffirm that our commitment to music and those who create music is as strong as ever.”

London-based firm OCL, which specializes in helping app developers, content owners and music fans work as partners across issues like User Generated Content (UGC), has announced agreements with a number of leading music rights holders. The agreements see app developers with the ability to easily source licensed music as a result of new deals between OCL and Warner Music, Sony/ATV Music Publishing, Beggars Group and Bucks Music as well as others. App developers previously had to approach rights holders individually and negotiate access to licensed music with some developers using unlicensed music, opening them up to potential legal action.

MTV Networks, alongside producer Bunim-Murray Productions, are set to reboot the long-standing popular reality series, Real World. Having first aired in 1992 with its 32nd season wrapping in 2017, the network is seeking to place the re-launch of the series on a streaming platform.

Polygram Entertainment, the film and television division of Universal Music Group (UMG), has named Daniel Inkeles as VP, Scripted Film & Television. The newly-created role sees Inkeles supporting the growth of scripted feature film and television projects, working with UMG’s labels and Universal Music Publishing Group, as well as media companies, digital partners and film and television studios and production companies. He reports to David Blackman, UMG’s Head of Film & Television Development and Production. Inkeles comes to Polygram Entertainment from Studiocanal, a sister Vivendi company to UMG, where he served as VP of International Production and Development. Prior, Inkeles served as a development executive at Sony Pictures Animation as well as a stint in franchise development at DreamWorks Animation. He began his career with the story and editorial departments on Shrek the Third and Shrek Forever After.

SeatGeek and Snap Inc. have unveiled a new collaboration allowing fans to purchase live event tickets directly from the Snapchat app. Snapchat recently explored the e-commerce arena in a Los Angeles Football Club home game against D.C. United by allowing fans to purchase tickets via the club’s Snapchat story. SeatGeek and Snapchat will be rolling out further events for the integration across the coming months.

The BBC has revealed it will be shutting the doors on its iconic Maida Vale Studios as it relocates to a new state-of-the-art recording and rehearsal facility in East London. Having been in use since the 1930s, Maida Vale has hosted recordings from the likes of Adele, David Bowie, the Beatles and many others. The studios were also home to the BBC's well-known Radiophonic Workshop and counts Bing Crosby’s final recording just days before he died in 1977 among its archives. In addition to continuing to record and broadcast live music performances, the BBC’s new replacement recording facility will serve as the home for the BBC Symphony Orchestra and Chorus and BBC Singers choir. The London College Of Fashion, Victoria and Albert Museum and Sadler's Wells have also committed to joining the BBC at the new Stratford Waterfront development.

Shazam has unveiled its picks for its anticipated biggest songs of the summer for 2018. Included among the 10 tracks are “No Tears Left To Cry” by Ariana Grande; “I Like It” by Cardi B, Bad Bunny and J Balvin; Calvin Harris and Dua Lipa’s “One Kiss;” “This Is America” by Childish Gambino; “Solo” by Clean Bandit ft. Demi Lovato; Dan + Shay’s “Tequila;” David Guetta and Sia’s “Flames;” “Nice For What” by Drake; Ella Mai’s and “Boo’d Up;” “X” by Nicky Jam and J Balvin.

Kobalt has signed singer/songwriter, Ozuna to a worldwide agreement that covers publishing administration for all of Ozuna’s future works, as well as his back catalogue. In 2015, Juan Carlos Ozuna entered the Latin music scene after two of his tracks, "Si Tu Marido No Te Quiere" and "No Quiere Enamorarse" went viral on YouTube. To date, Ozuna has garnered over 10 billion views and 11 million followers on social media. Ozuna closed 2016 with over 250 sold-out concerts in N. America, Europe, the Middle East, Latin America and the Caribbean and became the first Latin artist ever to have 12 songs on Billboard’s Hot Latin Songs Charts - Top 50 at the same time. In 2017, he won Best New Artist of the Year at the Latin American Music Awards, and Pollstar recently named his “Ozuna World Tour” one of the top 20 most successful world tours worldwide. Ozuna also serves as the ambassador for his own non-profit organization, Odisea Children, which seeks to provide impoverished and underprivileged children around the world with a proper education.

Atlas Music Group has brought on Latoya Lee as VP, Creative for the company as it expands its Urban division, it was announced last week by Richard Strumpf, Atlas’ Founder and CEO. Formerly on the A&R team at Warner Music Group, Lee A&R’d Trey Songz’s Trigga and Tremaine’s The Album and worked on the Fast & Furious 7 and 8, and Suicide Squad soundtracks. Additionally, Lee A&R’d Kevin Gates’ “I Don’t Get Tired,” “GDFR” by Flo Rida ft. Sage The Gemini, and played a part in the Wiz Khalifa ft. Charlie Puth hit, “See You Again.” Among Lee’s signings are included Kranium, ELHAE and Sabrina Claudio. Based in Atlas’ Los Angeles office, Lee has already finalized deals with Atlantic Records artist ELHAE and producer Mariibeatz (Ty $, Young Thug).

Joe Chiccarelli
GPS Management has added ten-time Grammy Award-winning producer/engineer/mixer, Joe Chiccarelli, to its roster. With a career spanning over three decades, Chiccarelli’s discography includes work with The Strokes, Beck, The White Stripes, Young The Giant, NeedToBreathe, Spoon, U2, The Killers, My Morning Jacket, Jason Mraz and The Raconteurs, among others. Chiccarelli travels extensively but is based in Los Angeles and works from his studio at Sunset Sound Recorders. Recent work includes producing and mixing Morrissey's Low In High School (BMG), The Wonder Years' Sister Cities (Hopeless), Cherry Glazerr’s Apocalipstick (Secretly Canadian), Jamie Lawson’s Happy Accidents (WMG UK) and Broken Social Scene's Hug Of Thunder (Universal).

Scissor Sisters frontman Jake Shears is set to release his self-titled debut solo album on August 10 via his own label, Freida Jean Records, through Absolute Label Services. The U.K. and Ireland deal will see Absolute provide Shears with support across sales, marketing, distribution. Scissor Sisters garnered four Top 5 albums in the U.K. between 2004 and 2012, including No.1s with their self-titled debut and follow-up, Ta-Dah. Additionally, they have nine Top 20 U.K. singles. The new full-length marks Shears’ first work since the band went on hiatus in 2012. Shears recorded the album in Louisville, Kentucky with Kevin Ratterman (Ray LaMontagne, My Morning Jacket) at his La La Land studio. Dates for a U.K. tour have also been revealed, with stops for Shears in London, Liverpool, Manchester, Glasgow and others.

Danny Kirwan
Danny Kirwan, the former guitarist/singer for Fleetwood Mac, passed away in London last week at age 68. The news of Kirwan’s passing was confirmed by Mick Fleetwood through the band's official Facebook page. Having joined the iconic band in 1968, Kirwan contributed to several albums including Then Play On, Blues Jam at Chess, Kiln House, Future Games and Bare Trees, with the group’s 1968 instrumental single "Albatross" the musician’s first work with the band. While on tour in 1972, Kirwan was asked to part ways with the band, reportedly due to his alcoholism. He subsequently released a number of solo albums and, in 1998, was inducted alongside the other members of Fleetwood Mac into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Kirwan's cause of death has not been publically reported.

IN THE SPOTLIGHT: David Renzer, Ralph Simon, Kenny “Tick” Salcido, Phil Christie, Ben Mortimer, Alicen Schneider, Susan Genco, Damian Slevison, Danny Keenan, Maureen Kenny, Gary Chen and Ted Chung.


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Timo Lehne originally founded Mouyé under the name You&Me in 2011. Through the next four years, the lineup was solidified with violinist Julius Kopp, guitarist Jonas Wirth and drummer David Kosel. The quartet first earned national success after winning a number of band competitions and playing influential festivals such as the Feel Festival, Artlake Festival and the Rocken am Broken Festival. They produced a viral song/video with Sofa Concerts for the Hamburg Metro (S-Bahn) which has earned over 1.3 million views. Their new EP, Steady Movement, paves the way for the perfect summer soundtrack. Their enthusiastic indie-pop will take their listeners on a never-ending pursuit of happiness, friendship and love. Mouyé is currently on the road performing at a number of festivals this summer and will continue touring Germany through October for their EP release tour. Listen to the single “If You Were A Song” HERE and contact Philipp Scholz at philipp.scholz@hndgmcht.com as Mouyé is available for booking opportunities in Europe (ex-GSA), licensing and synch opportunities.


In the period leading into forming Dega, both Aslyn and Kalen Nash were well into their own successful solo careers. Aslyn recorded two albums, one for Capitol Records, while also landing a spot as the touring keyboardist and backup singer for Kesha. Singer-songwriter Kalen was in the indie psych rockers Ponderosa, who eventually were signed to New West Records, where he recorded two critically acclaimed albums, with legendary producers Joe Chiccarelli (The Strokes, Real Estate) and Dave Fridmann (Tame Impala, MGMT), respectively. The husband-and-wife team met in 2008 and married three years later, but were so busy with their own projects, they hadn’t really considered making music together. Seeking to see each other more, the two formed the band Dega and explored new sounds, in particular, anthemic, synth-anchored indie pop. Their self-titled debut album was released in February on Lemonade Records and contains nine tracks. One of the standout songs is “Ocean Love,” which is about the couple’s honeymoon in Jamaica. Watch the colorful video for “Ocean Love” HERE and contact George Fontaine, Jr. at george@newwestrecords.com for all inquiries on Dega.


“PASSPORT APPROVED” PLAYLIST FOR Sunday, June 10th, 2018: The weekly import show. Heard on over 70 radio stations on six continents weekly including: The World Famous KROQ 106.7FM Los Angeles, Radio Doble Nueve, Lima, Peru; KNRK-FM Portland OR; KNDD “The End” Seattle WA; KCJK-FM “Alternative x1051” Kansas City MO: MMM Modern Digital Australia in Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne, Adelaide; WLKK “Alternative Buffalo” NY 107.7FM; WZRH-FM New Orleans; KHTB Salt Lake City, UT; KBZT-FM 94.9FM San Diego CA; KKDO “94.7FM” Sacramento CA; KWSS “93.9FM” Phoenix AZ; KRML “102.1FM” Carmel CA, KFRR “New Rock 104.1FM” Fresno CA; KMAX Windsor/Ft. Collins, Colorado; WCNR Charlottesville, VA; KIWR “The River” Council Bluffs, IA; 2XM Ireland (national radio); WAPS-FM “The Summit.FM” Akron-Canton, OH; WKTL-FM Youngstown, 105.5FM XFM Nairobi, Kenya; KVNV-FM Reno NV; PUK-FM Johannesburg, South Africa; East Radio-FM Shanghai, China; KAFA “97.7FM” Colorado Springs, CO; KVNV “NV89” Reno, NV; KSKI-FM, Sun Valley/Twin Falls, ID; WITH “90.1FM” Ithaca, New York; UCFM 87.8FM Australian Capital Territory, Australia, Triple M Digital Network (Australia), WRUR 88.5FM Rochester New York; WCRU-FM Hamilton, NY and on The Independent FM (iHeart Radio) in the United States and many others. Also, on the worldwide web and twice weekly segment on Flux FM Germany (Berlin, Brandenburg and Stuttgart) and Allgauhit-FM Bavaria Germany as well as streaming on one of the world’s fastest growing streaming platforms, Saavn.

Listen to this two-hour show by clicking HERE:

THE RAH’S – “Survival” (Unsigned, UK)
GURR – “Hot Summer” (Unsigned, Germany)
LIME CORDIALE – “Can I Be Your Lover” (Chugg Music, Australia)
TEN TONNES – “Lay It On Me” (Warner Music, UK)
BLOW – “Green Unicorn” (Sony, France)
MILES KANE – “Loaded” (EMI/Virgin, UK)
ALEX LAHEY – “I Love You Like A Brother” (Dead Oceans, Australia)
TORS – “Wilder Days” (Unsigned, UK)
SATELLITE STORIES – “Coupons” (XYZ/Playground/Universal Music, Finland)
PHOENIX O’NEILL – “Little Girl” (Unsigned, UK)
THE VITRIOTS – “Long Way Down” (Sureshaker, Australia)
UNS – “Internetgold” (Unsigned, Germany)
LAUREN WALLER – “Soulmates” (Unsigned, N. America)
VERTICOLI – “Free Will” (Firestarter, Australia)
MACKESON – “Bye Bye Baby” (Bad Habit, N. America)
BRAND NEW FRIEND – “Seatbelts For Aeroplanes” (Xtra Mile Recordings, UK)
STEVIE APPLETON – “Anyone” (Warner Music/Spinnin’ Records, Holland)
STATE LIGHTS – “Peace Will Come” (Unsigned, Ireland)
GIN WIGMORE – “Girl Gang” (Universal, New Zealand)
REDFACES – “Messed Up Feeling (RCA, UK)
VANDER + THE PEOPLE – “Inflict Me” (Unsigned, Australia)
LONGFELLOW – “Plasticine” (Unsigned, UK)
SHAYNA LEIGH – “Defiant” (Unsigned, N. America)
BLOSSOMS – “I Can't Stand It” (Virgin EMI, UK)
THE NEW MADNESS – “Lovesick” (Crunch Frog, Denmark)
POLAROID SUMMER – “Tides” (Unsigned, N. America)
THE BONGO CLUB – “Take Me On” (Motor Music, Sweden)
EMME LENTINO – “Oxygen” (Unsigned, New Zealand)
GIANT PARTY – “White Ink” (Label Fandango, UK)
DONKEYBOY – "It'll Be Alright" (Warner Music Group, Norway)
THE PALE WHITE – “Loveless” (Illegal Cinema Records, UK)
GREAT NEWS – “Never Get My Love” (Eget Selskap, Norway)

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