First of all, Claire Boucher (better known as recent poll found that most music executives think artists aren’t treated fairly, a sentiment that most observers know intuitively, if not personally.) The complexity of publishing alone is enough to make anyone turn tail and run back to the eight-track under the bed, far away from the Klieg lights of fame. To that end Eerie will look to be a guide.
“I’ve seen so many artists get a team and build a business only to walk away with nothing, and in many cases be unable to continue because of the sacrifices they had to make early on just to get noticed,” says Boucher. “I want to eliminate that aspect of it for the people we work with.”