London, 12th October 2022 ATC Management is delighted to join forces with two new partner managers , with Dan McEvoy and Bertie Gibbon expanding the company’s reputation for working with the best and brightest entrepreneurial talent.
With over ten years experience in the industry, Dan currently represents Black Country, New Road. He has overseen their signing to Ninja Tune and Just Isn’t Music Publishing, achieving two top 5 records for the widely acclaimed albums For the first time and Ants from Up There while also securing a Mercury Music Prize nomination. Fresh from a month-long headline tour of North America, the band, who are booked by ATC-Live, embark on a series of UK and European shows for the remainder of 2022.
Based in ATC’s London office, Dan will continue to develop Black Country, New Road’s business while taking on new clients for management.
Working between Manchester and London, Bertie joined ATC Live as a scout and general assistant in 2013, while co-founding Gross Management with Rough Trade’s Paul Jones where the pair developed and managed Shame (Dead Oceans, Universal Publishing) and black midi (Rough Trade, Domino Publishing).
Maintaining his position at ATC Live, Bertie now joins ATC Management in a permanent capacity and will oversee the careers of new ATC clients Sorry (Domino Records & Domino Publishing) The Goa Express, who recently signed with Communion, and Miss Tiny.
Another fresh addition to ATC’s artist roster are The Hives. The legendary Swedish five-piece, who support Arctic Monkeys across multiple stadium shows in 2023, are now represented by Matt Greer alongside Brian Message and Courtyard Management’s Chris Hufford. Matt has previously worked with artists including Radkey, Metric, Half Moon Run and Frank Carter and The Rattlesnakes who he helped guide to chart-topping success and arena-level live shows.
ATC Management represents some of the world’s most acclaimed artists, writers, composers and producers, including Nick Cave, PJ Harvey, Amaarae, The Smile, Johnny Marr, Santigold, Cuco, Hayley Kiyoko, Isobel Waller-Bridge, Katie Melua, Sleaford Mods, and Ben Frost.
ATC’s unique collaborative structure encourages its managers to maintain an autonomous and artist-centric approach to business, while benefiting from a global network of experience and services.
Sumit Bothra, Managing Director, ATC Management, Europe:
“ATC has a reputation for attracting and developing forward-thinking music entrepreneurs who can benefit from the very inter-connected and supportive culture of our company. Dan and Bertie have been in our orbit for some time, and we’re delighted to welcome them as formal members of the team. As a company, we’re also honoured to be working with The Hives who will be gearing up to release new music in 2023 after a 10-year hiatus. In addition to developing new talent, ATC is committed to helping our artists and managers to tailor inspiring creative and commercial journeys – and that’s precisely our plan here with Dan, Bertie, Matt and their artists.”