Our song publishing division incorporates the Transistor Music and Glovebox Songs catalogues, with worldwide admin by Kassner Associated Publishers.
Glovebox Songs works closely with songwriter/ artists on the Uk Blues and Roots Music scene.
In 2023 Glovebox Songs signed Chris Hogg aka C Bone, an exciting new talent on the Blues scene , and also assigned the latest works from Mississippi MacDonald, Sean Taylor. Two further additions have been the talented bass player Mike Seal a co-writer of songs with Sean Taylor, as well as other works for Americana artists. Producer for Mississippi MacDonald, Phil Dearing, assigned his own works catalogue to Glovebox Songs and we look forward to representing his future collaborations with other artists.
Transistor music continues to unearth esoteric songs from pop’s past decades, and in 2023 signed Vincent McCusker, founder of the Irish prog group Fruupp. The works of McCusker span most of the four albums the group released during 1972-1974. Stephen Brayne added new works to his catalogue with some originals populating his second Sonic Blue project album.
The Transistor Music catalogue includes cult writer / performers such as Andy Ellison (Johns Children /Jet/ Radio Stars), Tom Hartman (The Aerovons), Brian Crane (Paper Bubble / solo), Ian North (Milk n Cookies / NEO / solo), root rockers Dave Edmunds and Jesse Hector, and the baroque balladeer John Howard. Transistor Music represents the 17 album career songs of Howard. The singer/ songwriter pianist has seen a renaissance in 2023 through the efforts of US label Think Like A Key, who coincidentally have also released the latest by Anton Barbeau.
STEFANIE HEINRICH (The Petticoats)
Life-No / Dreams (Documentary Film 'Rebel Dykes')
IAN NORTH (Milk n Cookies)
Tinkertoy Tomorrow (Netflix TV series ‘Firefly Lane’)
Loving You (Film ‘Killers Anonymous’)
Last Train ( Film ‘The Kid’)
Three Coins In The Sewer (Film ‘Telstar : The Joe Meek Story’)
MARK NICHOLAS & ALISSON COTTON (The Left Outsides)
Leaving The Frozen Butterflies Behind (Film ‘Last Weekend’)