London-based music publisher Boosey & Hawkes has built on its contemporary music roster by signing on to represent global synch rights for two leading U.K. independent record labels, One Little Indian Records and Fat Cat Records. The deal covers all current and new master recordings from the two labels.
Bjork, Jesse Malin and Alabama 3 are among the artists on One Little Indian’s roster, while the likes of Sigur Ros and Animal Collective feature on Fat Cat Records.
These acts join Boosey & Hawkes’ stable of represented labels including London and Berlin-based Gronland Records, Copenhagen-based Crunchy Frog Records, U.S.-based Erased Tapes Records and Sweden-based Labrador.
“Building on our existing contemporary music roster has been a major priority for us this year and these agreements with two such esteemed labels have strengthened our offering in this area considerably,” said Natasha Baldwin, head of consultancy at Boosey & Hawkes, in a statement.
Boosey & Hawkes is best known as a leading specialist classical music publishing company, owning music copyrights from composers including Stravinsky, Strauss and Rachmaninoff as well as a growing number of jazz performers.