Symphonic Distribution, a distribution and marketing company built by independent artists for independent artists, has expanded into Nashville, with an office at 901 Woodland Street.
The company was founded in 2006 in Tampa, Florida; and also has offices in Brooklyn, New York; and Denver, Colorado. Symphonic Distribution VP, Business Development Randall Foster leads the new Nashville office.
“Symphonic has always had its eyes on expanding in locations that we see as unique and inspiring. It was a natural decision and apart of our plan to look to expand to Nashville. Having individuals and presence there will better position the company for success and enable us to continue our mission of being a distributor with a very personalized approach and one that is aiming to help develop and grow record of artists, record labels, managers, and more,” said Symphonic Distribution CEO Jorge Brea.
Brea adds, “We’ve always felt that distribution companies in the Nashville region could do a better job at connecting with the industry and market there and thus our aim is to get as close as possible to songwriters, artists, publishers, and labels in the region and help give them tools that actually turn into successes.”
“I am excited beyond belief to be at the helm of Symphonic Distribution’s Nashville office. It’s an honor that Jorge has put his faith in me, and it’s a testament to the fact that Symphonic Distribution is really doubling down in Nashville.” Foster says.
Since its inception, the company has distributed over 1 million releases from over 250,000 artists and record labels to retail and streaming platforms. Symphonic has worked with new and established artists and record labels including Deadmau5, Bassnectar, Ozuna, Waka Flocka Flame, Tito El Bambino, and Alok. Today, Symphonic offers a full suite of services covering strategic marketing and release planning, publishing administration, music video distribution, sync licensing, comprehensive graphic design, recoupable budgets and more.
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