John Truelove: 'The rest of the world has been catching up on electronic music'

Tom Pakinkis

It was way back in the ‘90s when John Truelove became disgruntled with the service that he was being offered by major music publishers. So, the DJ and producer took matters into his own hands.

By 2004, Truelove Music Publishing had developed a catalogue of more than 2,000 songs and today boasts a repertoire of more than 10,000 songs from composers right across the world. Importantly, ‘taking matters into your own hands’ is still a key mantra at the boutique ...

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