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Songwriter management firm Nonstop launches

Los Angeles-based Nonstop Management, founded by Jaime Zeluck Hindlin, counts Andrew Wells, Michael Pollack and LunchMoney Lewis among its clients

By Jon Chapple on 10 Aug 2018

Jaime Zeluck Hindlin

Jaime Zeluck Hindlin


image © Davis Chitlick

Seasoned artist manager and A&R Jaime Zeluck Hindlin has announced the official launch of her new management company, Nonstop Management, which specialises in career development and management services for songwriters and producers.

LA-based Nonstop, which soft-launched earlier this year, already represents Andrew Wells (Meghan Trainor, Young The Giant, Bebe Rexha), LunchMoney Lewis (Nicki Minaj, One Direction, Jason Derulo), Nick Long (King Princess), Michael Pollack (Lauv, Charli XCX, Kelly Clarkson), Oren Yoel (Miley Cyrus, XXXTentacion), Sam Farrar (Maroon 5), Michael Matosic (Lauv) and Jake Torrey (Kiiara).

“We wanted to build a haven for songwriters and producers”

Zeluck Hindlin previously spent four years in A&R at publishing company Prescription Songs, where she signed and developed the careers of Lauv, JKash and LunchMoney Lewis. She previously served in an A&R/creative role at Sony/ATV Music Publishing and as a music assistant at CAA.

“With Nonstop, we wanted to build a haven for songwriters and producers that fosters creativity, risk-taking and organic growth,” she comments. “Our goal is to work tirelessly for all of our clients and live up to the Nonstop name.”

 


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