Music industry services company Monokrome Music has joined the Association for Electronic Music.
AFEM (https://www.associationforelectronicmusic.org/) is a not for profit trade association and is dedicated to creating a thriving business and cultural environment for its members worldwide. Current initiatives include Get Played Get Paid, Protect Mental & Physical Health for Fans & Professionals (Safe In Sound), Diversity and Inclusion, Metadata, Green Initiatives and Stealing Our Own Success.
Lee Morrison CEO of Monokrome Music commented: “After supporting AFEM in various different roles since its inception, I am delighted to join as a business owner and look forward to continuing to support the good work done by the team going forward”
Monokrome’s Lee Morrison has sat on the board of the Association for Electronic Music since 2015.
Earlier in 2019, AFEM launched the free Metadata Best Practice Guide (associationforelectronicmusic.org/afem-ci-metadata-best-practice-guide/) to address the problem of incomplete or inconsistent metadata causing lost revenue, something Monokrome is looking to help solve.
The move comes as Monokrome edges closer to announcing its brand-new Rights Management Platform… More to follow.