How Human Re Sources/Q&A execs Troy Carter and J Erving aim to 'shape UK music culture'

Andre Paine

Human Re Sources and Q&A execs have spoken to Music Week about the UK ambitions for the combined digital distribution, label services and tech company.

Human Re Sources has revealed three new UK signings – alt-pop acts Christian Alexander and Oscar Welsh, along with singer-songwriter Matilda Cole. They join a British roster including rising rapper Lancey Foux and beats-heavy songwriter ADMT.

“It is clear that our investment in the UK, after only six months, has already paid dividends,” said Q&A ...

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