- Founder, The Melrose Group + Melrose Digital Group • Tech Consultant #BerkleeAlumni #Grammy
Nick Suell is a serial-entrepreneur and Berklee College of Music Alum. My professional background extends beyond into film productions and tech consulting. I'm the founder of award-winning music management company, The Melrose Group, and the founder of Melrose Digital Group- a digital branding + marketing company based in Los Angeles. Since founding The Melrose Group I've had the opportunity to manage recording artists, touring musicians, and have consulted brand managers, independent artist, and startup tech companies. Clients of The Melrose Group have worked with John Legend, Zedd, TYGA, Krewella and several other artists. As founder and artist manager, my focus is developing my clients brand value across several touch-points, securing endorsements, and overseeing digital campaigns that support their talent. My clients work has been recognized by Beats By Dre, MTV, Coca-Cola, AT&T, and Comcast cable network and international music blogs and tech companies.
- artist management, music industry, music tech, entrepreneur advising, music production, entrepreneurship, digital branding, emerging artists, live events, film production, music performance, digital media, artist development
- singer/songwriter, edm, music, art, startups, synthpop, experimental electronic, entertainment, film / video, pop culture, technology
- Los Angeles, CA
While I don't think that the song is a hit radio song, I do believe that this song, attached to the right TV show or film would and could serve as an excellent title song score. I'd suggest forming your own music publishing company and get this song placed.
Alex, as a musician and always a musician, I love the innovation around your actual instrument. It's designed beautifully. I assumed that you're classically trained, and I love that you kept to that tradition and incorporated a pop/tech sound. As long as you are persistent I think it's just a matter of time that you'll become a global performer (artist) and composer. I'm a fan. Send me a message on this platform about potential performance opportunities.
Lucien, thank you for including the lyrics. I think you're really close to fully articulating your vision for this song. (Sonic Feedback) As the listener I would have loved to hear more of the production a little sooner in the track. There's a group named Inc. that has a seemingly similar vocal and minimal production style that's similar to your yours that's done a good job at fully articulating and rounding out their sound, that I think is a good example of my 'fully articulating comment.' https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a0NHrONreug They are not my clients but I think you'll hear what it is I'm referencing. I wasn't sold on the lyrics but I think the music helps with that. Again, I think creating a more rounded track will push this forward and look you into a good starting place with your budding fanbase. (Production Feedback)- Whom ever recorded your vocal did a pretty good job. I think the mix is pretty good too.
Great back story on how Flora Cash came to be. Thanks for sharing. As for the song; I get the direction that you're wanting to take the song. My suggestions are mostly around production; Updating some instruments/patches so it elevates the sonic caliber song, giving it a more current sound. Good visuals and GREAT lyrics could really carry this song. Very fitting for synch-licensing.
I have a ton of questions about for Team SubPac. What's your plan and method of customer acquisition ? Any event activation plans? Where can I purchase or demo SubPac? I am very interested in collaborating with SubPac. Send me a message via Fluence.io so I can 1) get specifics on the feedback your wanting, and 2) so we can talk more about product promotions.
TMS, I really like Hotel. I like the storyline and how you've said so much using simple and clearly relatable analogies. The caliber of songwriting supports the quality of the production of the track. The chorus is awesome! The big group sound really works for this track and the the string patch. This is would be a great track to perform with a band & small [orchestra] ensemble or as a acoustic set. Totally Sync-able! I can already hear this in a film or on TV. License this TMS!!