Big House Publishing, an emerging leader in the independent music publishing, announces a three-year sub-publishing agreement with Italian-based music publisher, Café Concerto, in order to continue expansion into the Italian market.
Sound the alarm, Francis Mercier has done it again, this time teaming up with 1WayTKT for another burning house jam. Titled “Oceans Away,” this latest release is an absolute oasis of luscious bass and blissful ambience. Hitting off strong, velvet synth pads float amongst driving percussion as Cassandra Kubinski’s vocals begin climbing throughout the track. That topline is crushingly beautiful, and the wealth of transcendent production and atmospheric melodies evoke a return to the roots of dance. Good luck trying not to melt with this one, and don’t wait to grab “Oceans Away” for yourself, available now via Beatport, courtesy of Ego Italy.
New York, NY, September 29, 2015 (Newswire) –Big House Publishing has signed a three-year sub-publishing agreement with London-based music publisher, Carlin Music UK. The deal will enable Big House’s roster to penetrate the UK market and open opportunities for collaborations in synchronization licensing, song-cuts, co-writes and artist development.
Big House Publishing, a boutique, independent music publisher, announces another new sub-publishing deal, this time with Downtown Music Publishing Benelux. Big House will work closely with their A&R department for co-writing, topline, custom opportunities, and their sync department. Downtown Music Publishing Benelux will serve to collect royalties across the territories covered in the agreement.
Read on Newswire Big House Publishing has signed a three-year sub-publishing deal with German-based music publisher, ROBA Music Publishing for representation in Germany, Switzerland and Austria. Big House Publishing is an independent, full-service music publishing firm that is home to both “young and experienced writers and artists alike” with a niche strength and service focus on emerging artists and artist development. ROBA is among the top German music publishers and has firmly left their mark on the industry by representing more than 300,000 publishing rights of artists such as Madonna, Michael Jackson, Tokio Hotel and Black Eyed Peas alongside more than 100,000 master rights for digital distribution and compilations. Founded in 1998, ROBA has also become one of the leading firms in production and marketing of performing acts, television, sports and film.