Aussie label Dew Process has a brand new general manager
Australian music label Dew Process has today revealed a number of key staffing changes and promotions.
Alex Young, previously head of marketing, has been promoted to the role of general manager.
Having spent the last four years in her previous role, Young has overseen campaigns involving some of Dew Process’ most successful artists.
Under her watch, Mallrat has achieved a Platinum and four Gold singles over the past, as well as landing the #3 spot in triple j’s Hottest 100 with ‘Charlie’.
Eves Karydas and Tkay Maidza have landed Gold singles, and Young has overseen successful debut album drops from WAAX, Tired Lion, Sam Fender, The Beths and more.
“We have had a fantastic few years with a new wave of Dew Process artists and I am extremely proud of the results we have been able to achieve not just here in Australia, but the inroads we’ve made internationally whether it’s Mallrat performing on James Corden, Tkay touring Europe with Princess Nokia or WAAX storming the US college radio charts,” says Dew Process CEO Paul Piticco.
“Alex has been a huge part of this success and I look forward to continue working with her closely as she leads the team into an exciting year ahead.”
Other changes to the wider Dew Process team sees John Mullen continue as head of A&R and executive producer. He’ll oversee Harry Young and Nathan Wood, who are now responsible for domestic A&R and international licensing.
Fergus Jenkins will continue his role overseeing sync for the label, as well as his duties as GM for Dew Process Publishing.
Meanwhile, Casey Loveday lands a new role as marketing manager, after spending the last year and a half as marketing coordinator.
Finally, Dew Process is on the hunt to full a new position of content & community coordinator.
“I am very honoured to move into the role of GM at Dew Process, where I have enjoyed working closely with one of the most experienced and nurturing label teams in the country for the past 4 years,” adds Young.
“We are a very tight knit and passionate group and I look forward to continue working with Paul, our partners at Secret Sounds and Universal Music, and leading us into one of our biggest release years ever”.
Off the back of the changes to the team, Dew Process is heading into 2020 in a strong position.
Since the beginning of the year, there’s been new music from Sly Withers, as well as the long-awaited return of Jack Garratt.
Mallrat, Tyne-James Organ and Sly Withers are all set to release debut albums this year, while there’ll also be new releases from Tkay Maidza, Eves Karydas, Mumford & Sons, Tired Lion, London Grammar, Sam Fender and more.