G2 & Nottingham Creative Quarter

Our friends at fellow Nottingham company G2 recently made a beautiful time-lapse video of the area surrounding our offices, the Creative Quarter. The video features the track Connecting Dots by our indie/electro artist Baxter Dunlop. We are very lucky to work in such a beautiful part of Nottingham.

Expedia – A New Eclectic Sound

Working with new media company Quad Digital, we facilitated the licensing of this short video about Nottingham's eclectic music scene, curated by travel company Expedia. The video features an interview with two of Nottingham's best known music champions Mark Del (Nusic) and Jared Wilson (LeftLion Magazine) talking about the diverse music scene in Nottingham city, mentioning everyone from Jake Bugg to Indiana, Baby Godzilla (now known as Heck) to Natalie Duncan.

Rendez-Vous En Terre Inconnue – Ryan Thomas

'Ain't Gonna Cry' by Ryan Thomas will be featured on French TV channel France 2 this evening. Broadcast to an average of over 6 million viewers, Rendez-Vous En Terre Inconnue involves a celebrity being taken to an unknown destination, to meet an unknown people.

LA Sync Mission 2014

In the next few days, I’m Not From London Publishing will be flying state-side to attend the LA Sync Mission 2014. INFL will spend five days at world famous venues, including Capitol Studios, meeting with the cream-of-the-crop of music supervisors working on today’s hit television shows and blockbuster films. It is an honour to be chosen to attend this prestigious event and represent our amazing roster of artists & writers.

Read more about the mission on Record Of The Day.

Capitol Studios

 

Member of the MPA

I’m Not From London Publishing have now been approved by the board of directors to become registered members of the Music Publishers Association.

“The Music Publishers Association exists to:

  • safeguard and promote the interests of music publishers and the writers signed to them;
  • represent these interests to government, the music industry, the media and the public;
  • provide publishers with a forum, a collective voice and a wide range of benefits, services and training courses;
  • promote an understanding of the value of music and the importance of copyright; and
  • provide information and guidance to members of the public.”

We are very excited to be working closely with this excellent organisation and would like to thank them for welcoming us in to the fold.

Read more about the MPA - http://www.mpaonline.org.uk

 

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