The company aims to get forward-thinking electronic music to TV, games and film.
With profits from music sales dwindling, income from syncing—the business of licensing music to help companies sell their products or services—has become increasingly important for electronic music artists. Syncsmith is a new Bristol-based service founded by Gavin Mee that aims to help prospective clients discover work from labels like Opal Tapes, Nous, Shipwrec and Power Vacuum. Syncsmith also represents artists available for bespoke projects, including Beatrice Dillon, Karen Gwyer, Joe Farr, Killawatt and Hieroglyphic Being.
To learn more about the business of syncing, read Tony Naylor's survey.