MonoKrome Music have announced the signing of ShaoDow, having recently won the UK’s hardest working artist award at the AIM (Association of independent music) awards and the same accolade at the AME awards, ShaoDow has chosen MonoKrome to provide publishing, distribution, sync, neighbouring rights & back end services.
“After meeting the team it was apparent they share many of the same values as I, it’s amazing to have them as an extension of my team and look forward to working with them whilst I continue on my journey. This year I have an appearance on Ninja Warrior UK whilst also doing a UK tour and releasing more records, by having the support of MonoKrome it means I can now do more than ever before”.
MonoKrome have also signed Attaque, previously signed to Bad Life Artists he released his last record through a label services deal with Kobalt, The record ON LY OU was received with great acclaim and achieved support from the likes of Lauren Laverne, Annie Nightingale, The Guardian, NME, Uncut and more.
Attaque is to self release his next record in conjunction with Amplify Music, MonoKrome have secured this deal and will manage the project end to end for distribution, Sync, Neighbouring rights and campaign management for this and future records, they have also secured a publishing deal with Attaque.
Dominic Gentry AKA Attaque has sung the praises of the MonoKrome team:
“From the start of our talks until landing the deal with Amplify the team has been a pleasure to deal with, always on hand for a chat and to offer support. It feels like the perfect way to retain creative freedom while having the right team to in place in moving the project forward, I am really looking forward to working on the rest of the project with them”.
Other notable signings announced by MonoKrome include TQX Project, the first record featured Sia and was released in November, Cream Collective and Vinnie Stergin both on publishing whilst DJ Luck & MC Neat and J Lee & The Hoodoo Skulls have signed for distribution.
Kristian Davis Downs – MonoKrome Founder said
“It’s really great to see that people are beginning to take note of what we are here for, by using our services it frees artists and labels up to concentrate on live and building their profiles. We now have tech and teams in place to take away the mundane chores associated with releasing records and are able to work with multiple companies in order to make our clients lives easier”.