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UMPG INKS ELECTRIC FEEL ENTERTAINMENT, EXPANDS TO EUROPE
11/18/20


UMPG
has inked an exclusive, global publishing deal with Electric Feel Entertainment. Led by Lucas Teuchner and Alex Strehl, the agreement will expand Electric Feel into the European marketplace.

Launched in 2013 by Austin Rosen, Electric Feel Ent. is home to a roster of artists like Post Malone, Rich The Kid, Travis Scott, Louis Bell, Andrew Watt, Billy Walsh, Brian Lee, 24kGoldn and Iann Dior, among other brands and cultures.

“As Austin, Alex and Lucas continue to sign hit songwriters in Europe, the UMPG team looks forward to supporting and developing that talent around the world,” shared UMPG Chairman and CEO, Jody Gerson.

Electric Feel Europe is powered by the Teuchner-led label and management company Two Sides, Michael Stockum-led artist management and creative agency A Million Entertainment and supported by advertising agency DOJO. The first signings include German rap producers Minor2Go, Palazzo and Jumpa.

“We are thrilled to partner with such an impressive group of individuals at UMPG, Two Sides, A Million and DOJO to propel Electric Feel into the European marketplace and continue to expand our global footprint,” said Rosen.

Teuchner added, “Offering our writers and producers a fast lane into the international market and leaving our mark worldwide has been one of our goals from the beginning. One of our first collaborative projects – 24kGoldn’s No. 1 single “Mood” - has already proven the power of our joint forces.”

Pictured above prior to the quarantine woes are (l-r) Front— EFE Europe’s Philippe L’Estrange and Janine Villforth, A Million Ent. CEO Michi Stockum, UMPG Germany’s Diana Munoz, EFE Europe’s Regina Kuhn; Back—UMPG’s Thomas Vidovic, Strehl, Teuchner and UMPG Germany’s Patrick Pitz.