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Palm Artists, leading the way in music management from Netil House

Established in February 2018, Palm Artists has swiftly become a prominent and innovative force in the music management industry. We spoke to Greg Burnell, MD of Palm Artists, about the journey so far.

Situated in Netil House in London Fields, Palm Artists represents a host of big names, well-regarded in the industry for its cutting edge business focus and eye for changing cultural trends.

Taking a unique approach to their notable roster

Distinguishing itself by offering personalised management and record label services, Palm Artists works with a focused roster of talented musicians. Representing high-profile artists such as Gorgon City, SG Lewis and Sonny Fodera, Palm Artists' commitment to a select group of artists has ensured that each one receives dedicated attention and tailored strategies. This has in turn empowered the business to foster an environment that reconciles creativity and business acumen.

Palm Artists' strategic partnerships

In June 2022, Palm Artists partnered with Three Six Zero (TSZ), a move that was formed from a shared focus on forward thinking strategies and a passion for developing artists. This partnership enabled Palm to further maximise the potential of their artists through TSZ's global network. A significant focus for Palm is building ancillary businesses and intellectual property for their clients, creating long-term assets beyond the artists' immediate output. Not only can their artists remain relevant, but secure sustainable success beyond the recording studio.

The impact of dedicated studio space

Being based in Netil House is not just strategic but personal. Greg Burnell, the Managing Director, grew up in London Fields and has lived in Hackney his entire life. This deep-rooted connection to E8 helps Palm Artists stay in tune with the cultural undercurrents that influence their work and some of the artists they manage.

One eye on the music industry's future

How can innovators in the music industry stay ahead of what seems to be an ever-evolving landscape? Palm Artists predict that the value of copyright, both master and publishing, will continue to see record-breaking heights in the coming years.  This has driven their keen eye on artists who own their own copyrights wherever possible.

For more information on Palm Artists, visit their website.

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