We work for artists

No one knows your music better than you. That’s why at CDMG our whole service revolves around you. It’s our role to support your career and help you reach your full potential.

With deals that are fair

We have ripped up the old-school record contract and give it to you straight - with no hidden deductions, no unpleasant surprises. Everything clear, everything fair - cards on the table. Deals that you deserve. 

Maximizing your income

Few artists are just ‘in it for the money’. But no artist can survive without. That’s why we are so insistent on maximizing every revenue earning opportunity from Spotify to CD, from vinyl to YouTube.


Planning your release


It’s all in the plan. From territory to timing, from price to positioning to social media, press and promotion teams, our expert teams will deliver the right plan for you.

Tailor-made press and promotion


When it comes to press and promotion, we know it’s personal. That you need the people, the passion and the close industry relationships to take your music where it needs to go. So we help you choose the teams that are best for you.

Product management and marketing


Call it mission control. Our in-house product management team has the expertise and experience to take your music to market, to make it work.

Retail and sales marketing


Digital music services and traditional retailers play an essential role in helping you reach your audience. Because we’ve assembled an unrivalled network of some of the biggest names in the business, it means we can put your music exactly where it needs to be.


Choice & fairness


Whether a traditional royalty-based deal or a new-style artist services structure, CDMG has the right option to suit your needs. But whatever the deal, one thing is non-negotiable – our commitment to fairness. It is in our DNA.



All of our new contracts are designed to reveal, rather than obscure, to give you and your representatives the information you need with no unpleasant surprises. In a business in which historically “the clause giveth and the sub-clause taketh away” it’s an approach we think you’ll find refreshing.