Beggars Music is delighted to announce the launch of Remote Control Music, a newly established music publishing partnership with Remote Control Records. Remote Control Music is a joint venture with Australian independent label Remote Control Records, which has offices Melbourne and Sydney. The company represents various international record labels in the Australian and New Zealand markets, including Beggars labels, 4AD, Matador Records, Rough Trade, True Panther, XL Recordings, and Young Turks.
Remote Control Music will also represent Beggars Music’s catalogue in Australia and New Zealand. Beggars Music’s impressive roster of artists includes Glass Animals, who topped Triple J’s Hottest 100 this week with their song ‘Heat Waves’, alongside the likes of Car Seat Headrest, Belle & Sebastian, Deerhunter, Snail Mail, Darkside, The Weather Station, This Is The Kit and a catalogue that includes Cat Power and Mica Levi.
Australian songwriters signed to Remote Control Music will seamlessly plug-in to the worldwide structure offered by Beggars Music.
Remote Control Music are delighted to announce the signing of Gena Rose Bruce. Gena released her debut album Can’t Make You Love Me on Remote Control’s Dot Dash label, resulting in an invitation to perform at SXSW and her signing booking agencies ATC Live (UK) and Collective Artists (AU). Can’t Make You Love Me was released in the USA, Britain and Europe and received many accolades including NPR ‘All Songs Considered’ featuring the album on their top albums of the week, being nominated for an AMP, and The Age Album of the week. Gena is about to start recording her second album in February.