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RHM Announce Deal with Wind-up Records

Round Hill Music (RHM) announced a strategic partnership with iconic record label, Wind-up Records. The deal covers a global administration agreement of Wind-up Records current roster of publishing, including buzzing bands the Griswolds, Strange Talk, Civil Twilight plus many more. ​

“We are beyond proud to have this opportunity to represent Wind-Up Records publishing catalog. Wind-Up Records and Ed Vetri have a stellar team. They are discovering and breaking many of the best new artists and songwriters of today. Wind-Up Records and Round Hill Music share the same indie spirit and culture, and we look forward to the success this combination will bring.”– Josh Gruss, Round Hill Music CEO and Founder

Founded in 1997, Wind-up Records is one of the largest independently owned music companies in the world. With a focus on artist development and emerging talent, Wind-up Records has become a staple in the alternative and rock worlds and has helped to break many multi-platinum artists over the years.

Wind-up Records currently boasts an eclectic roster of artists from pop to rock, including the Griswolds, Crobot, Strange Talk, Civil Twilight and Jillette Johnson.

Wind-up Publishing also consists of the following acts: Bayside, Cartel, Company of Thieves, Emily Osment, Hawthorne Heights, It’s Alive, James Durbin and Thriving Ivory to name a few.

“We are thrilled to enter into this publishing agreement with Round Hill Music,” says Wind-up Records CEO and President Ed Vetri. ”Wind-up and Round Hill are strong independent companies with a committed spirit and determination to bring quality independent music to the world.  Wind-up has a very talented group of performers and songwriters with its strongest roster to date. This will be a great deal for both organizations and most importantly the artists we represent.”

“The Round Hill Music creative team is extremely excited about adding the music and artists of Wind-up Records to our roster,” adds Round Hill Music’s COO Michael Lau, who also believes that the roster holds “a ton of synch potential in the catalog.”