Mushroom Music & Unified Renew Publishing Partnership

Mushroom Music Publishing and UNIFIED Music Publishing are excited to announce they have further extended the term of their music publishing arrangements throughout the world. Working together since UNIFIED’s inception in 2011, the partnership with Mushroom Music has seen the two Australian-based companies continue to lead professional, passionate and motivated people to achieve extraordinary results.

In the short time of their partnership, Mushroom Music/UNIFIED have produced highly acclaimed signings, such as world conquering Vance Joy and hip-hop star Illy, as well as the cream of Australia’s heavy music scene, including Northlane, In Hearts Wake and House vs. Hurricane.

The ideal pairing has also achieved phenomenal success at Australia’s premier songwriting awards “The APRAs”, already landing five awards, including the highly coveted Song of the Year in 2014 and most played work overseas in 2017 for Vance Joy’s ‘Riptide’.

Under the renewed partnership, UNFIED will continue to provide their unique A&R services and Mushroom Music will provide the full suite of publishing services, including synchronisation pitching/licensing, creative services, administration and collection.

Mushroom’s Head of A&R, Linda Bosidis, said Mushroom Music and Unified are a great fit.  Together we have shaped a solid and creative publishing partnership, with a like-minded attitude towards developing a strong variety of songwriters.  Seeing Unified’s catalogue flourish from its inception in 2011 has been thrilling and a testament to their dedication.  We are super excited about the next phase.”

UNIFIED’s General Manager, Matthew Rogers, said “Working with great people at Mushroom Music and their international network of independent publishers during the last six years has been extremely productive as they have helped us build a diverse and strong catalogue of writers. We look forward to building on that in the years to come as our writers continue to travel the globe sharing their music with new audiences.”