They’ve been at the top of the music game for years, now EGM Radio have launched a new global record label and publishing company, as it continues to ride the waves of success.
The radio Network, which holds a global presence across three continents, collaborated with its longtime partner, SAE Institute, to broker the deal.
The new companies will go under the banner ‘EGM’ and will work with marketing firm Kobalt Music to promote EGM’s talented mix of artists.
Managing Director of EGM, Freddy Elturk said:
‘EGM Records and EGM Publishing are the most natural extensions of EGM Radio and SAE. It is literally a collaboration between us that was always meant to be. For years EGM has promoted the latest music across the airwaves with the world’s best artists, whilst SAE have been busy training up the next ‘one to watch’ creative talent. Now we’re in a position to talent source and release inspirational new artists into the world of music. It’s an absolute dream come true.’
The first track to be released by EGM is the much anticipated ‘Love Sick,’ written by BenBien and performed by London’s Plumm.
Freddy Elturk said it was SAE’s very own Mike Bedder and Ludovic Morin who produced and Engineered the single, while SAE film students were commissioned to produce an original music video.
EGM is looking for talent
EGM Records is currently hiring and would like to hear from talented students, staff and alumni to join the crew. Whether you’re a studio engineer, mixer or producer, or think you have the raw talent to be signed yourself, send your demo into firstname.lastname@example.org.
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