NEW YORK (CelebrityAccess) — Digital rights management company Audiam has signed on to exclusively the publishing catalogs of both Metallica And The Red Hot Chili Peppers on digital music services such as Spotify, YouTube, Google Play and Beats.
Audiam's promotional material claims the company utilizes technology to recover past unpaid royalties as well as from new revenue generated from the use catalogs in question.
Audiam’s clients include: the publishers and publishing catalogs of: Imagem (largest independent music publisher in the world), Dolly Parton, Jimmy Buffett, Epitaph Records, Victory Records, Jason Mraz, House Of Hassle (Grizzly Bear, Magnetic Fields, Superchunk, Galaxie 500, Crooked Fingers, Damon and Naomi), Trent Reznor, Graham Nash, Pretty Lights, Fig Music (Bad Religion, The Menzingers, Falling in Reverse, Every Time I Die, Escape the Fate), Herbie Hancock, Aimee Mann, Tori Amos, Black River Music Publishing and many more.
Principles in the firm include founder & CEO Jeff Price, who also founded Tunecore, and spinART Records, former music manager Euvin Weeber and the company boasts label head Brett Gurewitz, musician Jason Mraz and Live Nation's Bill Silva as investors. – Staff Writers