British producer and songwriter Alex Metric has signed a new global deal with independent publisher Concord Music.
The Grammy Award winning talent has worked with Robbie Williams, Charlie XCX, Avicci and Busted, and has remixed tracks for the likes of Foals, Daft Punk, Gorillaz and Depeche Mode.
In 2010 he won a Grammy for his songwriting on the Black Eyed Peas 12-million-selling album THE E.N.D, which featured the song Party All the Time.
Other collaborations since have included tracks with Stone Roses front man Ian Brown and AMTRAC.
Upcoming writing and production credits include Silk City (Mark Ronson and Diplo), Duke Dumont, Naations, The Knocks, Dua Lipa, Riton and Friendly Fires.
His upcoming artist releases include new tracks as Metroplane (Alex Metric and Aeroplane), a new collaborative project with Ten Ven, and solo material.
Metric said: ‘I’m very happy to have signed with Concord and look forward to getting going with the team.’
Ed Poston, senior A&R manager at Concord, added: ‘Alex is an incredible talent, whether writing and producing for his artist project or for others, his distinct style delivers phenomenal energy and depth. We are very excited to be working with him.’
Picture (l-r): Ed Poston (Concord), Sarah Williams (Concord), Mamie Lowther (Machine Management), Phil Morais (Machine Management), Alex Metric, Kim Frankiewicz (Concord), Harri Davies (Concord), Olly Manhi (Concord)