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Booking agent Alastair Green has announced his departure as head of electronic music at Artist Voice to develop new agency MAKER.

MAKER will provide a suite of services including artist management, artist bookings, venue bookings, events and tour management, promotions and consulting.

Green says that MAKER’s business model is structured to ensure that individual artists get a highly-customized personal experience. At the same time, MAKER will develop creative communities where artists can support one another.

“We’re utilising effective technologies and outsourcing administrative functions to industry specialists so we can focus on what makes us strong. We want to spend as much time as possible connecting with our family of artists to build, foster and develop new opportunities and maximise the potential of each artist we represent”, he told TMN.

MAKER’s agency will be bolstered by Jon Debeere who worked closely with Alastair at Artist Voice and has cut his teeth touring a diverse and highly credible range of international artists such as Bloc Party, DJ Funk, The 2 Bears, Branchez, Sweater Beats and many more.

The full roster includes: Alley Oop, Anna Lunoe, Bad Ezzy, Basenji, Butcher, Caseno, Cassian, Charlie Chux, Chela, Cosmo’s Midnight, Emoh Instead, Felicity Groom, Gloves, Golden Features, Harris Robotis, Hoops, Indian Summer, Joyride, KLP, Lewi McKirdy, Light Year, Linda Marigliano, Motez, Nicholas Allbrook, Nina Las Vegas, Northbrook, Pond, Sable, Starfuckers, SÜFÜR, Swick, Tame Impala, Toni Toni Lee, Tyler Touché, Wave Racer, What So Not, Yolanda Be Cool.

MAKER is looking for a publicist, administrative assistant, and office manager to join the family. Interested applicants are asked to get in touch.

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