Music Publishing

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Concrete Songs

We are a boutique music publisher with an International reach.

We provide first class music publishing representation and administration on behalf of select group of songwriters, composers, producers, record labels and other creative minds.

Our bespoke administration agreement with one of the world’s leading music publishers – Notting Hill Music Group Limited enables we us to provide elite representation for our writers on a global scale.

The Concrete Ethos

We pride ourselves on building a strong relationship with our writers. Communication and sourcing opportunity is tantamount to longevity and success in this industry.

We are proactive and can help them to develop their careers as songwriters, performers and producers

Focusing on artist development through collaborations, song placements, A&R and sync is fundamental to our ethos. Our A&R department has over 4w0 years worth of combined experience in multiple genres of music with expertise in production, record labels, management, licensing and PR.

We are constantly on the look out for exceptional new talent.

Things we do:

Make sure songs are registered correctly worldwide

Collection of Mechanical & Performance royalties worldwide

Pitch & place synchronization licensing

Setting up of co-writes & collaborations

Deliver regular song pitches & briefs from major and indie label / management to our writers.

Consultation on all music-publishing & industry matters

We also offer

Neighbouring Rights Services via PRL/Concrete Songs

Get played Get PAID!

Our artists have the opportunity to immediately sign and deal direct with Performance Rights Ltd.

PRL controls around 400 artists / musicians / eligible producers. They administer their performer rights globally with all the societies either via PPL or with direct society memberships outside the UK.

As long as you are eligible, the process to register is quick and easy.

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