Our story began in response to an industry model and mindset that hadn’t evolved in many years. The once magical partnership between writer and publisher had become a relic of a different era. We wanted to change that.
Downtown Music Publishing’s mission today is the same as it always has been — to build a service-oriented business that respects our clients and values their creative works.
From Motor City to all around the world and back, music from the Mickey Stevenson catalog has made its way Downtown — and we're "dancing in the..Read Post
Yesterday, nominations for the 63rd Annual GRAMMY Awards were announced by The Recording Academy — and Downtown-represented writers and producers..Read Post
Up from the 36 Chambers, straight from the rugged lands of Shaolin, the Wu-Tang Clan catalog has moved Downtown.Read Post
For our last Postcards playlist, we touched base from London. The series’ latest edition comes from Paris, highlighting the work of emerging artists and hometown heroes on our French roster — including David Spinelli, Fakear, Green Montana, Keren Ann, Luidji, Neue Grafik, Ouai Stéphane, and Victor le Masne, as well as Douran and Vimala of leading French booking agency Allo Floride.
For the first installment of our new playlist series Downtown Postcards, we highlighted the music of emerging talent and hometown heroes from our headquarters in New York. This month, we’re taking it across the pond to feature some of our artists, songwriters, and producers from London.
We're excited to introduce our new playlist series, Downtown Postcards. Each installment will highlight the music of contemporary artists, songwriters, and producers from a specific region, starting with our headquarters in New York.