Three Six Zero and Warner Music Group team up for new dance music label
Founded in 2007 by Mark Gillespie and Dean Wilson, Three Six Zero has established itself through a wealth of talented dance music artists with a roster that includes Calvin Harris, Nero, 3LAU, and Kate Nash, amongst many others. The prestigious company’s next move comes in the form of a partnership with Warner Bros. Records and Warner/Chappell Music to create a new record label and publishing division at the major. GTA, Cut Snake and Anabel Englund will be the first signees to the new imprint and CEO of Warner Bros. Records, Cameron Strang, described the goal of the partnership to “[To create] a full service music company for exciting new artists,” noting that Three Six Zero is “a creative force.”
Gillespie and Wilson will head A&R for the label while Jessica Wilson, formerly of Ultra Records, will head up the day-to-day operations.
Via: Billboard Biz