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Latest Cooking Vinyl News
Jan 5, 2023
Downtown acquires Curve, the royalty processor for ADA, Cooking Vinyl, Ingrooves, Essential & more Downtown Music Holdings has acquired Curve Royalty Systems. Cooking Vinyl, Essential Music and ADA, and many other independent music companies use Curve for royalty processing. Curve is the latest in a long string of acquisitions by Downtown including FUGA and CD Baby, alongside investments in Beatbread, Vampr, and other creator-led music companies, Founded in 2019 by Tom Allen, Richard Leach, and Ray Bush, Curve will continue to provide royalty services to its existing clients while integrating with the distribution and monetization capabilities that operate across Downtown. Curve already serves over 1000 labels and publishers and processed nearly $1 billion of revenue across 2.3 billion lines of data in 2022 alone. Other Curve clients include the Domino Recording Company, Hospital Records/Songs in the Key of Knife, Epitaph Records, Warp Records, Ingrooves, Mad Decent, MRC, Royalty Solutions Corp., Cal Financial, Alta Fonte and more. “For some time, we have been admirers of the technology and service quality that Tom and Richard have been building at Curve,” said Downtown CEO, Andrew Bergman: Welcoming the Curve team to Downtown is another important step in the furtherance of our mission.”
Cooking Vinyl Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
When was Cooking Vinyl founded?
Cooking Vinyl was founded in 1986.
Where is Cooking Vinyl's headquarters?
Cooking Vinyl's headquarters is located at 12-13 Swainson Road, London.
Who are Cooking Vinyl's competitors?
Competitors of Cooking Vinyl include FeedForward and 4 more.
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