Music management group, Atom Factory will launch a new electronic music division called Atom Empire, led by music manager Stephanie LaFera, it was announced today by the company.
LaFera will run Atom Empire which represents DJs and the electronic music genre.Talent already signed to the sector include Kaskade, Ming, Le Castle Vania, Late Night Alumni, Haley and Digital LAB. Atom Factory, the multi-dimensional brand founded by Troy Carter, has fostered artists such as Greyson Chance, Mindless Behavior and Grammy-winner Lady Gaga.
"Stephanie brings a deep understanding of dance music culture into our fold. Together, we are eager to build a department that will be nothing short of disruptive in the explosive electronic DJ world," said Carter in a statement.
"We are thrilled to have Stephanie join our family. Atom Factory is committed to developing Atom Empire into an entity that will be synonymous with the management of electronic music DJs. Our team strives to establish Atom Empire as a full-service infrastructure that provides its clients the opportunity to create music that the world will hear and dance to," added EVP and GM Anthony Saleh.
LaFera stated, "I'm thrilled at the opportunity to pair with the amazing minds at Atom Factory and take the management of electronic artists to the next level. Atom Empire will be a place to nurture marquee acts while fostering fresh new talent."
Recently, LaFera started Little Empire Music, managing a wide range of international recording artists such as Kaskade. Prior to Little Empire Music, LaFera was an artist manager at MCT Management where she worked with artists including Moby, Rufus Wainwright, and Taylor McFerrin.