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ATC Management opens first Scandinavian office

ATC's new Copenhagen office will enable it to "build an even better presence for its roster in the Nordics", says manager Rasmus Damsholt

By Jon Chapple on 06 Dec 2017

Rasmus Damsholt, ATC Management

image © Helena Lundquist

Artist manager Rasmus Damsholt is to head up a new Danish operation for ATC Management, the company’s third international office and its first in continental Europe.

Headquartered in London, ATC also has offices in New York and Los Angeles. Its roster includes Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, PJ Harvey, Johnny Marr, Faithless, Frank Carter and the Rattlesnakes, Katie Melua and Kate Tempest.

Damsholt (pictured) joins ATC with two assistants, bringing a roster that includes Lowly, Chinah and Sekuoia.

Phil Middleton, ATC’s general manager, comments: “ATC Management and Rasmus Damsholt share the same artist-centric ethos in our approach to the way we do business, and for all the artists with whom we are privileged to work.

“I am looking forward to help the company build an even better presence for its roster in the Nordics”

“We are delighted to welcome Rasmus to the ATC family and believe that his appointment will not only enable us to continue to provide the very highest levels of service to all our clients on a day-to-day basis, but also deliver a number of exciting opportunities that will help our artists and our business to continue to flourish and grow for years to come.”

“I’ve always been fascinated by the way ATC works with its artists,” adds Damsholt, “and am looking forward to help the company build an even better presence for its roster in the Nordics.

“I am also keen to bring new Scandinavian music to the table and to provide the wider ATC team with a deeper insight into the consumption of digital music here – something we have been just a bit ahead of the rest of the world with for quite a while.”

 


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