One of the Swedish House Mafia greats has decided to leave one of the biggest talent agencies in most recent history to see such success off of DJs and producers throughout the world. According to a source close to the situation, Steve Angello has decided to leave agency giant The Windish Agency, spearheaded by head agent Steve Goodgold, to pursue future developments of increasing the SIZE Records imprint.
After many years of being a part of the star-studded roster, Angello, now backed by A&R mogul Scooter Braun, will develop an in-house booking agency and fully-integrated management firm for many of the now former SIZE-Windish clients. Daily Beat has reached out to representatives both at SIZE Records and The Windish Agency, but have yet to confirm findings from either party.
New management team. New agents. New artists. New music. And new shows!!
— Steve Angello (@SteveAngello) April 27, 2014
It seems no one really thought too much of the tweet, but it is becoming clearer as to what he was foreshadowing.
What does this mean for SIZE Records and now DJ powerhouses such as AN21, Max Vangeli, and Qulinez who are all signed onto The Windish Agency? Do they follow their label leader or do they stay with Windish?
Any further developments on the new SIZE management and agency imprint, and further details will be updated here on Daily-Beat.com