Insomniac made an announcement this week that makes them an even bigger player in the electronic music scene. They announced the start of Insomniac Music Group, a record label service that will oversee distribution and management of music for established artists, as well as upcoming artists. They will provide a number of services for artist labels, operational and administrative.
Insomniac Music Group will be working with Chris Lake’s Black Book Records, Fisher’s Catch & Release and NGHTMRE & SLANDER’s Gud Vibrations, just to name a few. If you have gone to any festivals this last festival season there is a good chance you heard a number of their releases, Fisher’s Losing It, Chris Lake’s Turn Off The Lights, Lose My Mind, and Deceiver with Green Velvet.
Artists only have positive things to say about Pasquale Rotella and Insomniac.
“Having been one of the first partners to back our Gud Vibrations events, for the last 4 years Insomniac has been instrumental in the growth of NGHTMRE and SLANDER’s touring business,” says Steven Haddad of Prodigy Artists said in an Insomniac press release. “It was an obvious choice for us to work with them on the new label.
The entire Insomniac Music Group team has been a pleasure to work with and have created a great foundation for our back office, allowing us to focus on A&R and the other creative elements of our label.”
“The team at Insomniac Music Group has years of experience, and has been a solid foundation for my label,” says Chris Lake in the press release. “The way they’ve helped gain exposure for tracks like ‘Deceiver’ and ‘Turn Off The Lights’ has truly elevated the music on Black Book.”
Insomniac Records, which will now operate under Insomniac Music Group has spawned, Bassrush Records, HARD Recs, IN / ROTATION, Dreamstate Records, and Discovery Project. Insomniac events are some of the most sought out events in the world, providing a unique experience with some of the best DJs, visuals and systems.
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