Killing Moon was born in 2011 out of a sense of rejection by the wider music industry. You can read a way, waaaaaaaay longer version of that statement here.
Killing Moon (at present) is:
- A new music blog. You’re reading it now
- A record label
- An artist management company
- A concert promoter
You can read more about all the shit we get up to by clicking around the various areas of the site which are helpfully labelled in terms of the content they respectively boast.
Occasionally, you may want to send us something alluding to one of Killing Moon’s functions above. For something specific, check out what the various people do within Killing Moon below and decide which one would be most suitable for your enquiry. Or, if like a lot of people in this day and age you don’t actually know what you want, hit us up at firstname.lastname@example.org
Given that we are typically so busy that we can’t spend all the time fluttering around and talking to our many admirers, we may not respond to every email we receive – even though we try our best to do just that, sadly the company is operated by humans and all the fallibilites that go with the accompanying condition. If we think we’re a good fit for your undeniably prolific musical talent, we will be in touch. Trust.
Achal Dhillon – email@example.com
Managing Director / Artist Manager
Ach founded the company in 2011, when it wasn’t actually a company but more just a “thingy”. He loves talking about himself, and hates repeating himself unless it concerns talking about himself even more. This is why Ach continues runs the blog as an open diary, and enjoys telling the rest of the staff what to do all the time including prying into their personal affairs because he’s a bit nosey.
Tom Baxter – firstname.lastname@example.org
Tom joined Killing Moon at the end of 2015 (ish) since then has systematically taken over the record label. Special skills include being able to develop high-subscribership Youtube channels (such as The Hyve, which he founded and continues to run), staying up far later than he should, and moving house literally all the time.
Daniel Andrew – email@example.com
Dan joined Killing Moon in the summer of 2016 following giving it all the big-man in the context of furthering Killing Moon’s rather envious remit of live promotions, provided to the company’s management and label rosters as well as establishing Killing Moon as an independent promoter in it’s own right. He likes to plan things. He likes to plan everything all the time. Need a plan? He’s your guy.
Olivia Tambini – firstname.lastname@example.org
Olivia successfully claimed the much-coveted position of Killing Moon label assistant by putting up with all manners of rubbish since joining as an intern in early 2016. As well as being responsible for developing the label’s online, PR and radio strategies alongside the label manager, Olivia likes chatting to people so much that she carries out the blog’s more bespoke interview features and otherwise listening to people whine about their personal problems (mainly Ach).
Matt Welch – email@example.com
Matt started out in life as a hyper-sexualised solider of fortune, and part-time drummer. He began his bid to muscle his way into Killing Moon’s sought-after internship program several years ago, and landed the position of his dreams in 2016. Furthering his lust for power, fame and glory ever since, Matt proceeded to make himself so bloody useful in so many ways that we had to give him a job, lest we fall foul of the Human Rights Act.