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Atlantic Records UK

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Atlantic Records UK was founded in June 2004 when Warner Music Group bought East West Records from Time Warner and rebranded its UK operation.[1] The first Chairman was Max Lousada, previously Head of A&R at Mushroom Records UK.[2] In 2011 Atlantic Records UK was named Label of the Year at the Music Week Awards.[3] In the same year The Guardian put Lousada joint 20th in its "Music Power 100" list of influential figures in the UK music industry. He shared his place with John Reid and Christian Tattersfield, both from Warner.[4] In October 2011, the7stars advertising agency announced it had won a pitch to handle Atlantic Records UK's £2 million media planning and buying account, taking over from ZenithOptimedia.[5] In 2014, Ben Cook was appointed President, Atlantic Records UK, reporting to Lousada.[6][7]

By 2010, their artists included Flo Rida, Jay-Z, T.I., Lupe Fiasco, B.o.B, Missy Elliott and Plan B[8] and by 2014 the list included Paolo Nutini, Ed Sheeran, Birdy, Rudimental, Marina and the Diamonds, Rumer, Lykke Li, Santigold and Clean Bandit.[9]

See also


  1. ^ Rushe, Dominic (27 June 2004). "Classic label is reborn - in the heart of Darkness". Sunday Times.
  2. ^ "Warner Music Group announces departure of CEO of Warner Music UK". Datamonitor. 4 October 2014.
  3. ^ "Music Week award winners". Music Week. 26 May 2011. Retrieved 12 April 2013.
  4. ^ Guardian Unlimited (26 May 2011). "Guardian Unlimited: The Music Power 100: the logic behind the list". The Guardian.
  5. ^ Maden, Sophie (20 October 2011). "The7stars scoops Atlantic media job". BrandRepublic. Retrieved 14 September 2014.
  6. ^ Ingham, Tim (3 April 2014). "Ben Cook named Atlantic Records UK boss". Music Week. Retrieved 13 September 2014.
  7. ^ Smirke, Richard (3 April 2014). "Ben Cook Named President of Atlantic UK". Billboard. Retrieved 14 September 2014.
  8. ^ Lyons, Bev (2 December 2010). "Christmas rapping - the Razz". Daily Record.
  9. ^ "Atlantic Records". Warner Music Careers. Retrieved 15 September 2014.

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