Little more than two years after first announcing themselves on the scene, Sydney-based artist services agency Good Intent are more than doubling the size of their management roster with three eclectic new signings.
They’ve put pen to paper with Gold Coast-based, New Zealand born hip-hop artist Saint Lane, Melbourne neo-soul duo Close Counters and Sydney punk rock rabble-rousers, FANGZ.
“We’re ecstatic to reveal the new additions to our family in Lane, Close Counters and FANGZ,” says newly appointed Artist & PR Services Manager, Nick Moran.
“The team and myself have been friends and worked with all three artists in various capacities over some time now, so to be able to represent their careers as managers is an absolute honour!” he adds.
The three new signees will join a management CV that currently includes Bootleg Rascal and Down For Tomorrow.
But not only is the upstart agency flexing its management muscle, it’s also upscaling the roles of two staffers, with long-serving publicist Nick Moran getting promoted to Artist & PR Services Manager and Rick Bridgman (ex. Chugg Music, UNDR Ctrl) appointed to Artist & Label Services Manager, to keep up with the boutique agency’s rapid growth.
Today’s announcement also comes on the heels of the company launching launched Good Loco – a photography and videography suite and space for hire located at Good Intent HQ, in the heart of the inner-western Sydney suburb of Marrickville.
Good Intent first launched in late-2018 and offers a range of services across artist management, PR, radio plugging, club promotions, playlist pitching, digital marketing, worldwide blogs and label services.
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