Round Hill Music Announce Deal with Wind-up Records

Round Hill Music (RHM) announced a strategic partnership with iconic record label, Wind-up Records. The deal covers a global administration agreement of Wind-up Records current roster of publishing, including buzzing bands the Griswolds, Strange Talk, Civil Twilight plus many more. ​

"We are beyond proud to have this opportunity to represent Wind-Up Records publishing catalog. Wind-Up Records and Ed Vetri have a stellar team. They are discovering and breaking many of the best new artists and songwriters of today. Wind-Up Records and Round Hill Music share the same indie spirit and culture, and we look forward to the success this combination will bring.”
– Josh Gruss, Round Hill Music CEO and Founder

Founded in 1997, Wind-up Records is one of the largest independently owned music companies in the world. With a focus on artist development and emerging talent, Wind-up Records has become a staple in the alternative and rock worlds and has helped to break many multi-platinum artists over the years.

Wind-up Records currently boasts an eclectic roster of artists from pop to rock, including the Griswolds, Crobot, Strange Talk, Civil Twilight and Jillette Johnson.

Wind-up Publishing also consists of the following acts: Bayside, Cartel, Company of Thieves, Emily Osment, Hawthorne Heights, It’s Alive, James Durbin and Thriving Ivory to name a few.

“We are thrilled to enter into this publishing agreement with Round Hill Music," says Wind-up Records CEO and President Ed Vetri. "Wind-up and Round Hill are strong independent companies with a committed spirit and determination to bring quality independent music to the world.  Wind-up has a very talented group of performers and songwriters with its strongest roster to date. This will be a great deal for both organizations and most importantly the artists we represent.”

“The Round Hill Music creative team is extremely excited about adding the music and artists of Wind-up Records to our roster," adds Round Hill Music's COO Michael Lau, who also believes that the roster holds "a ton of synch potential in the catalog."