Glassnote Records has signed British artist Dylan Cartlidge for the world.
The 23-year-old singer, rapper and instrumentalist has worked with James Dring (Jamie T, Gorillaz) and St Francis Hotel (producers of Scratch, Sniff).
He has received radio support in the UK from BBC Radio 1’s Huw Stephen and Annie Mac, who booked him for her AMP presents show at The Jazz Café in June.
Cartlidge has been touted at an artist to watch by Pigeons and Planes, Fader, NME and Clash.
He has also played festivals including Reading and Leeds, The Great Escape, and Live at Leeds, has will support Bad Sounds & Darwin Deez on their UK tours this autumn.
“I heard Dylan’s music once and I was speechless. He is a once in a lifetime, authentic, unique career artist.”
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Daniel Glass, Founder/CEO of Glassote Entertainment Group said: “I heard Dylan’s music once and I was speechless. He is a once in a lifetime, authentic, unique career artist.
“The fact that I cannot pigeonhole his music in any category makes me confident that Dylan will blaze a new original trail for others to follow.
“Dylan’s music is an oasis of positivity in this fragile, cynical world. We are proud to welcome him to the Glassnote family.”
Cartlidge said: “It’s been like holding my breath trying not to just shout from the hills about this to everybody that knows and supports me.
“It’s finally happened and I strongly believe that this is the right place for my music and for myself. There was never any doubt or confusion in my mind around the signing.
“Daniel and the team’s skills in the industry, recent successes and uniquely reassuring philosophical and musical values all align pretty damn well with my own.”
“I’d met Daniel and the team many times and their skills in the industry, their recent successes and their uniquely reassuring philosophical and musical values all align pretty damn well with my own.
“I’m excited to show what I’m capable of and am extremely honored to be joining the Glassnote family. Let’s go!”Music Business Worldwide