Its core offering of a 28-day deal was conceived with the intention of preserving the interests of producers and songwriters. Sentric Electronic is the first dedicated online publishing service for this sector.
The company collects performance, mechanical and neighbouring rights revenue from around the world, with clients retaining 100% of their copyrights.
Artists already signed to the Sentric Electronic service include Albzzy, Alice Clark, Enzo Siffredi, Jansons, Killed Kassette, Melinki , Lord of The Isles, Mark Jenkyns , Mizbee, Scarlett Quinn, Thomas Gandey, Rhythm Staircase and Tigerlight.
Millions of tracks in the electronic genre remain unpublished
Black Rock co-founder Mark Lawrence (pictured) said: “Millions of tracks in the electronic genre remain unpublished since release. With Sentric’s platform and infrastructure, and Black Rock’s reputation and expertise in the genre, this is a really unique opportunity for electronic music creators everywhere. Now, anyone looking for a publishing deal can sign up online in minutes and begin registering tracks and collecting royalties.”
Sentric Music CEO Chris Meehan added: “Since day one, Sentric Music has been about making music publishing fairer, easier and clearer. Over the course of our history, we’ve helped thousands of songwriters recover the revenue they deserve and earn significant extra income to enhance their careers and their music. We’re really excited about continuing that mission with a tailor-made service for the electronic music genre.”
Publishing, neighbouring rights and record label rights management organisation Black Rock recently became a part of Sentric Music.
Founded in 2006, Sentric Music is a global independent publisher that represents more than a million works. The company is nominated in the Sync Team – Independent Publisher at the Music Week Sync Awards 2018.
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