Velocity Records have shared news that they’re reactivating their partnership with Equal Vision Records. Teaming up to share an incredible roster of artists, Velocity have consistently discovered unsigned artists over the years, giving them booking opportunities and on the recording side of things too.

Founded in 2009 by Sound Talent Group music agent and partner Dave Shapiro, the mastermind behind the organization had this to say:

“I started my career in music almost 20 years ago at Equal Vision Records,” says Shapiro. “It’s an honor to see it come full circle and work with EVR in continuing to grow Velocity Records. I feel like I’ve finally come back home and can’t wait to see what we can accomplish together with two more decades of experience, knowledge, and relationships.”

Kicking off the new chapter with a powerful line up of artists including And So I Watch You From Afar, Dead American, D.R.U.G.S., EVE 6, Glasslands, Nate Bergman, No Devotion, Secrets, Serpents of Shiva (ft. Scott Vogel), Scary Kids Scaring Kids, Thursday, and The Villa, the future is vibrant for the company.

“I’ve watched the members of Sound Talent Group’s careers over the previous decades and have continuously been impressed by their work ethic and related success. Equal Vision is honored to be working with them on Velocity,” 

Steve Reddy – Founder of EVR

First release with the new partnership starts with EVE 6’s single ‘Black Nova’, released February 4. For more release info on upcoming releases, visit VelocityRecords.com.

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