Hailing from the isle of Mallorca Alex entered the music business signing a record deal with EMI UK in 2003. This enabled her to write with some of the biggest Pop writers/producers in the industry including Stargate, Cutfather & Joe & Soulpower. Her break came when she co-wrote and performed on the UK top 20 hit “Shake It (Move A Little Closer)” with Lee-Cabrera.
Alex’s songwriting credits accumulated and numerous songs penned by Cartana were covered by other acts including: “The Saturdays, German girl band “Monrose” and Dutch popstar “Natalia”.
Relocating to LA, Cartana has joined numerous animation Disney Junior projects. “Miles from Tomorrowland”, “Penn Zero: Part-Time Hero”, “The Lion Guard” and “Mickey and the Roadster Racers”. More recently she also joined the cast of “The Lion Guard” TV series, as both vocalist and actress, bringing to life the voice of “Twiga” the giraffe.”. Upcoming is a starring in a yet-to-be-announced animated series on Netflix.
PRL is delighted to welcome Alex directly to our roster after many years with our associates CRI.
Timothy "DJ Slim Tim" Jones is no new comer to the music industry, having established himself with support from the likes of Don Diablo, Thomas Gold, and racking up plays on Radio 1 and Kiss FM.
Remixing for artists such as Wideboys, Kid Massive, Stonebridge to name a few. Slim Tim has worked his way up the music industry ladder for the last 7 years, which has got him signed to record labels such as Ministry Of Sound, Polydor and Universal Music.
PRL welcomes Tim to our roster for Performer Rights ( Neighbouring Rights) administration!
Starting his musical journey as a 17 year old DJ in his hometown -Southampton, Nathan Jain has established himself in the last year or so as a producer/ remixer producing official remixes for the likes of P!nk, Steps,Beck, Rachel Crow, and Cardboard Foxes.
Now in 2018 PRL is pleased to announce that Nathan has joined our roster for our world-wide Performer Rights administration services.
There’s an unwavering conviction running through Stone Broken’s Spinefarm Records debut, “Ain’t Always Easy”; the notion of taking a leap of faith in order to grab control of one’s own destiny, seizing precious moments and living your very best life, with no apologies or regrets. It’s a philosophy close to the heart of Stone Broken frontman Rich Moss, and a credo which fuels the band’s desire to take on the world with their music.
At the beginning of this decade, Moss had abandoned his life-long dream of becoming a professional musician, following the tragic death of a former bandmate. In 2013, after four years away from music, he formed Stone Broken with guitarist Chris Davis, bassist Kieron Conroy and long-time musical soulmate Robyn Haycock on drums – the four of them determined and willing to make sacrifices in pursuit of their dreams.
The group’s first declaration of intent came with 2014’s self-financed, self-released EP, “The Crow Flies”, a calling card largely intended to secure local gigs. But it was the release, in January 2016, of debut album “All In Time” which truly amplified the word-of-mouth buzz around the band from a whisper to a scream. With Kerrang! Radio and Planet Rock picking up on storming opening track ‘Not Your Enemy’, the anthemic ‘Let Me Go’ and ‘Stay All Night’, plus the bruised and beautiful ‘Wait For You’, an ever-expanding audience was alerted to the fact that here was an emerging British outfit with the riffs, the choruses and songwriting smarts to make its mark on the global stage.
In early 2017, following a lengthy European tour, the musicians entered Long Wave Recording Studios in Cardiff to work once again with "All In Time" producer Romesh Dodangoda (Motörhead, Bring Me The Horizon, Twin Atlantic) on their second album. The result, the 11 track “Ain’t Always Easy”, is compelling proof that the Walsall quartet are ready to stand toe-to-toe with the biggest names on the contemporary hard rock scene.
Set for release via Spinefarm Records on March 2nd 2018, Ain’t Always Easy promises to place Stone Broken at the forefront of an emboldened, increasingly fertile British rock scene… and beyond.
One life. One band. One vision. For Stone Broken, the time is now…and we welcome them to PRL for Performer Rights (Neighbouring Rights) admin!
Lol Hammond was one half of the influential Nineties electronic dance act “ The Drum Club “ releasing three crucially acclaimed albums . He's also remixed acts including Killing Joke,Alabama 3 ,The Fall ,Curve ,Lush and Jah Wobble .
Since then he has been music supervisor (and composer) on an extensive portfolio of films including “Football Factory“,“The Business ‘“ It's All Gone Pete Tong “,“ Bronson“,“London to Brighton“, “The Sweeney“,“Monsters“,“The Escapist“ ,“The Firm “,and the “Street Dance“ series. Recenty Lol was Music Supervisor and composed original music for the “Hatton Garden Job “ film . He is currently working on the Sky TV series “ Bullet Proof “due for release in May this year.
After many years with CRI (recently admin. by PRL) Lol is now welcomed directly to PRL for his Performer Rights administration.
Neil Jason, is an American session bass guitarist, singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, producer and composer. In a career spanning more than 30 years, he has worked with some of the worlds biggest recording artists, including John Lennon, Billy Joel, Roxy Music, Mick Jagger, Pete Townsend, Paul McCartney, Paul Simon, Kiss, Michael Jackson, Brecker Brothers, Cyndi Lauper,Dire Straits, Bryan Ferry, Michael Franks, Eddie Van Halen and Luciano Pavarotti.
PRL is pleased to announce that Neil has joined our roster of Performer Rights clients.