EIVØR SLØR ALBUM PRE-ORDER AND UK LIVE DATES ANNOUCEMENT

Copenhagen-based, Faroese talent Eivør will release a new album Slør on May 26 2017 through A&G Records Ltd / Absolute Label Services. The release comes just ahead of Eivør’s first UK headline tour, taking in 4 dates including London The Islington on June 2 2017. Already a well-known recording artist of over 16 years’ prolific…

THAT’S A WRAP…

Aahhahh….start of Mariah’s only Christmas Song people know from her…get it?…no, we tried haha! So, it’s CHRISTMAS WEEK. Who’s excited? Who’s been Naughty or Nice? Christmas Shopping all done? No? You’re not the only ones, trust us…we didn’t even dust of the Xmas tree in the storage for the office ha! Bah Humbug. No, we…

Weekly Round Up -Autumn’s Finest!

So, November is upon us , it’s the start of Christmas adverts galore (John Lewis and their #BusterTheBoxer add yes), Starbucks and their famous red cups (you gotta love an Egg Nog & Pumpkin Spiced Latte though right? Only acceptable this time of year haha), and everyone running out to get themselves that new winter…

#NEWMUSICFRIDAY

Don’t we all just love waking up to #NewMusicFriday playlists, after a heavy night on Thursdays….because you do know right that Thursdays are the new Fridays?? Yeah!! C’mon guys, get with it 🙂 I joke! Which is your default go-to #NewMusicFridays playlist though? Are you a spot-i-fier or an Apple-Musika? hmm…decisions decisions…. ….Anyway, back to…

Partner spotlight: Downtown Music Publishing

Our spotlight today shines over our Benelux sub-publisher, Downtown Music Publishing. Established in 2007, Downtown is a leading independent publisher with their main office in New York USA. Over the past years, Downtown’s catalog has grown to include over 60.000 copyrights, including the works of  hard rock legends Mötley Crüe, renowned film composer Hans Zimmer,…

Weekly round up – Auf Wiedersehen!

It’s with sadness in my heart that I write my last “Weekly Round Up” for A&G. It’s been a great ride with this amazing bunch of people from A&G Songs and A&G Sync, but it’s time for me to move on. And, while the office speakers blast the happiest of music with Bob Marley, Al…

Weekly round up – #the2000s

Hey readers, anyone feeling a little nostalgic today? I finally gave the new Car Seat Headrest album a go and it made me go back to the early 2000s…but we’ll get to that in a minute, we’ve got some really exciting news to share first! So Jess Thristan announced this week not only the release…

Weekly round up – pump it!

I don’t know about you guys, but the Olympics not only always bring me THAT fever and I get obsessed with it but it also makes me want to become an athlete – at least in my own time, you know, as a hobby. Of course that only lasts for these two weeks during the…

Weekly Round Up – #rio2016

Hey readers! Today is Friday, 5 August, and the start of the 2016 Rio Olympics! Now, hold that thought. At our camp we just found out Rolling Stone Australia premiered today All The Colours‘ new video, “Jonathan” and, we’ve gotta tell ya, it’s special! But we won’t spoil it, see for yourselves here: Ps: note the…

Weekly round up – 30 turning 30

How is it the end of July already??? And everyone’s talking about Christmas campaigns and songs and even shopping! To make time feel even more evil, today’s playlist features tracks from 30 albums turning 30 this year. Some of them, as the website Music Non Stop pointed out, so iconic they actually shaped a generation….

Weekly Round Up – holiday special

It’s a cool summer Friday – what? no? Oh, it must be the AC ❤️ Anyway! Here we are with one more weekly round up bringing you news from our HQ and our usual playlist. Last weekend the G Festival took place at beautiful Faroe Islands and, of course, the island’s most famous musical export,…

Weekly Round Up – peace & love

Yet another gloomy Friday weekly round up following yet another terrorist attack…so we’ll try to lighten up the mood a bit and bring you happy news, love and good music. *As usual, there’s been loads of great articles about the music industry but we picked this one in particular by Columbia’s Samuel Potts. It’s quite…