Dance label Perfect Havoc has signed a neighbouring rights deal with Double Six Rights Management.
The Domino Music Group service will represent Perfect Havoc globally to maximise collection of neighbouring rights income.
Set up in December 2015 by Adam Griffin and Robert Davies, Perfect Havoc recently hit 100 million streams across their releases. The label is currently enjoying a hit with Joel Corry's Sorry.
Perfect Havoc releases have been licensed by Polydor, Ministry of Sound, Astralwerks, Neon Records, Kitsune, Armada, Atlantic and more.
Griffin and Davies said: “We are honoured to be partnering with Sam Heerey at Double Six to represent our neighbouring rights for Perfect Havoc Records. We are four years in and our catalogue is growing rapidly with our releases currently topping the 500 mark. We are releasing two tracks every week on average and achieving great results at the DSPs and media. We are grateful for consistent radio, press, online and TV support within the UK and internationally for all our artists.”
Founded in 2011, Double Six Rights has an extensive roster of label, performer and producer clients from across the globe, including artists, indie record labels and producer/session players. The company operates and collects in over 40 countries around the world.
Double Six Rights' head of neighbouring rights, Sam Heerey, said: “We are delighted to welcome Perfect Havoc to the Double Six family. The label has been going from strength to strength over the past few years with a growing catalogue of tracks and has helped to develop some great young artists who are receiving international recognition. The team at Double Six look forward to working closely with Adam and Rob and representing their catalogue worldwide, ensuring that we maximise collections for whenever their music is getting played around the globe.”