What do Ben&Ben, Hulyo, Callalily, Unit 406, Fern, SUD, and Fighting River Blindness have in common?
Not to mention that they’re all great acts to watch when they perform live, these artists are now under one management as they were introduced last night at 12 Monkeys Bar in El Pueblo, Ortigas, Pasig City.
Though they’re still signed with different recording labels, these bands are managed by Sindikato Management headed by Enzo Valdez, Sindikato’s CEO, who is an experienced leader himself when it comes to producing and directing musical and video productions for a long time.
Enzo’s passion and ideas on helping and managing artists came true under Sindikato Management with the help of his other team members to finally build a home for indie and mainstream artists.
“They’re still signed under different labels but under Sindikato Management, we handle their music video productions, gigs, financial, and we even suggests what or how their social media feed should look like,” said Enzo who also mentioned that Sindikato only gets a cut from their artists’ gig while all their royalty rights stay with the artists.
The six artists are barely new in the music industry while Callalily has been in the scene for more than a decade.
Kean Cipriano, himself manages other attists as well, shares the same passion of Enzo and through Sindikato, he believes that his band is on the right path.
According to Sindikato General Manager Edzon Rapisora, they have always loved collaborating with artists. “One of the reasons we decided to delve into talent management is that we didn’t want to be just a video production house that creates music videos for musicians. We aim to do bigger things for the people we work with, even for artists outside the music industry.”
“What’s best about us is that we’re Pro-Artist. We want to give opportunities to our talents and we let them use our platforms; we let them use the skill set of Sindikato to help them grow their craft. We believe in their abilities and we want them to spread their talent so that more people can appreciate their music,” shares Valdez.
Beyond managing their talents, Sindikato aims to be a partner to each of their artists in making an impact and influencing the world through their music. The company’s primary goal is to capture a global audience for their artists.
Sindikato reflects the commitment and determination of their artists – and their big dreams require big movers and shakers. With their skills and knowledge, Sindikato Management fights to earn a place on the world stage.
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