With offices in New York, 251 Management is a full service management company representing music artists, songwriters, mixing engineers and video directors. Founded in 2012 by Dave Roberge and Max Gettinger, 251’s capabilities extend well beyond traditional artist development & management, touring and recorded music sales, to a broad expertise in new media, social media, e-commerce, licensing and consulting. 251 Management takes an entrepreneurial approach to personal management maximizing their client’s opportunities through industry-wide partnerships and relationships.
Blackalicious is an American hip-hop duo from Sacramento, California, made up of rapper Gift of Gab (born Timothy Parker) and DJ/producer Chief Xcel (born Xavier Mosley). They are noted for Gift of Gab's often "tongue-twisting", multisyllabic, complex rhymes and Chief Xcel's "classic" beats.
Ever since his single “War Sweater” jettisoned him into stardom five years ago (thanks to a game-changing plug on One Tree Hill), the indie-pop singer has built a following that’s as passionate as his compositions. In the ultimate gesture of support, his fans crowd-funded his self-released follow-up album, the fittingly titled Salvation—and even exceeded the goal by 141 percent. Salvation will be released through Thirty Tigers and MummaGrubbs Records July 22nd, 2014.
For Jillette Johnson the journey has been as integral to her musical experience as the destination. Jillette, who began taking music lessons and penning songs as a child, has been performing live since she was 12, captivating audiences with her sultry, thoughtful piano-driven tunes. The musician, now 24, has spent the last decade cultivating her sound and defining her unique perspective. In early 2012, Jillette inked a deal with Wind-up Records, who were drawn in by her track “Cameron,” and on June 25, 2013 she released her debut album, Water In A Whale
You can't help but feel that your ears are being dipped in nostalgia then taken to another dimension and back again with the songs of Crobot. Their self-titled EP was released on May 13, 2014 and features four tracks from their full-length 2014 Wind-up Records debut release with famed producer Machine (Clutch, Lamb of God, Cobra Starship, Gym Class Heroes). With breakout live performances at SXSW in 2013 and 2014, touring with artists Clutch, The Sword, Truckfighters, Kyng and Kill Devil Hill, Rock on the Range and more shows and festivals getting added daily, the possibilities for Crobot’s interstellar domination are endless.
Kim Russo is an accomplished Medium who has been able to see the world of spirit since age 9. Sometimes referring to herself as a translator for the spirit world, Kim thinks of herself as a psychic journalist, as she prides herself on the accuracy in understanding the language of spirit. Kim is also a Certified Medium of Forever Family Foundation and is the host of the popular TV Show, “The Haunting Of...” currently airing on A&E’s Lifetime Movie Network Channel.
Brothers Aaron and Christian Ankrum form the core of Grayshot. This alternative pop band, joined by drummer Reese Kling, has been busy steadily crisscrossing the US and parts of the UK/Europe as well as writing and recording material (their first full length album Stay/Go was self-produced) in their Minneapolis studio. Their songs are a rare hybrid of indie depth & heart with a large-audience ready sound that has already landed multiple placements in TV shows and documentaries for MTV, FOX, E!, FOX Sports, Buick and others.
Since Ren Patrick and Adam James can remember, they knew they were meant to be stars; meant to create music that will last a lifetime. The dynamic duo have never doubted their potential, even long before they ventured to Los Angeles to start STAMPS. The young, aspiring Texan starlet, blessed with unique beauty and a diva-sized voice, connected creatively and personally with the band’s charming and talented Chicago-bred drummer. They toured the nation, mingled with stars, met music companies, all the while, STAMPS was shifting, and evolving into an entirely new band, and genre. The once “Indie-Rockers” found themselves writing modern-electro-pop music, and couldn’t have been happier