New York-based indie record label FADER Label has launched a new management division, called FADER Management.
FADER Management’s current roster includes the Los Angeles-based shallou, singer, songwriter and producer James Ivy, NYC-based artist Del Water Gap and 21-year-old Portland, Oregon, native Mcamp.
FADER says its management division gives it the “opportunity to be creative, innovative [and] supportive on a day-to-day basis in a hands-on way,” for its artists.
FADER Label also announced a raft of new appointments.
Manager, A&R, and writer Matt Colwell is named Director of A&R, while member of The FADER editorial team Salvatore Maicki is appointed Creative Content Manager.
In addition, Yasmine Panah has been named its Senior Marketing Manager, and Josh Hymowitz its Project Manager.
FADER Label says its future plans include “an array of new signings,” and will continue to develop artists like binki, James Ivy, Zachary Knowles, Charlie Burg, ella jane, Kristiane, Jaebanzz, and Super Duper.
“Management enables us to use the infrastructure across our companies to play a bigger role in helping artists.”
Jon Cohen, FADER
Jon Cohen, FADER co-founder, said: “FADER Management is a natural evolution of the artist development we offer through all of the services Cornerstone and FADER provide.
“Management enables us to use the infrastructure across our companies to play a bigger role in helping artists build and execute the right strategy and develop incredible creative.”
“FADER has always been about the creator first”
Rob Stone, FADER
Rob Stone, FADER co-founder, said: “The FADER has always been about the “creator first” in music, film, live events, podcasts and collaborations.
“Now with our management division, we’re able to truly partner with best-in-class musicians to create their visions and inspire audiences worldwide.”
“FADER management allows us to tell an artists’ story from every avenue of their business.”
Carson Oberg, FADER Label
Carson Oberg, General manager of FADER Label, added: “About 3 years ago I sat in Jon’s office talking to him how I would love to branch off the label to restart FADER Management with him.
“Fast forward 3 years and we have been able to bring in 3 artists that we believe are true trailblazers in a crowded industry.
“FADER has been at the forefront of developing stories and artists. FADER management allows us to tell an artists’ story from every avenue of their business.
“This is just the beginning for FADER management as we are actively expanding and looking for new managers to partner with to expand our roster.”
“Carson Oberg knows how to grow an artist from a handful of scrappy demos to a full headline touring act.”
shallou, said: “I’m really excited to be joining FADER Management!
“They empower artists to release music that is true to themselves, encouraging them to build their own individual niche and fanbase in many genres from pop to electronic.
“Carson Oberg knows how to grow an artist from a handful of scrappy demos to a full headline touring act, equipped with a healthy fanbase and major opportunities in the industry.”
“I definitely feel like I’m learning more every day from the people I work with.”
James Ivy, said: “As someone who had no official music released at the time I started working with the FADER Management team, it’s been a really really helpful experience for me.
“I definitely feel like I’m learning more every day from the people I work with, and it’s cool to be a part of a team that’s willing to grow with me as I continue to discover who I am as an artist.”
“I have always respected the space that The FADER holds in music and culture.”
Del Water Gap
Del Water Gap, added: “I have always respected the space that The FADER holds in music and culture, and the way Jon and Carson carry themselves is a reflection of that space.
“They’re brilliant business partners and have become like family to me.”
“Working with FADER has been a special experience for many reasons.”
Mcamp, said: “Working with FADER has been a special experience for many reasons.
“It has been a source of pride to be affiliated with a legendary company which has since its inception been wildly influential in the cultivation and curation of music and culture.”Music Business Worldwide