Curve Royalty Systems, a London-based music technology company, is expanding into the United States with a new office in Los Angeles, which will serve as the base for its client list.
Curve Royalty Systems was launched in 2019 by former ADA / Warner, Cooking Vinyl, and Essential Music executives, Richard Leach, Ray Bush, and Tom Allen.
The company has also appointed Sam Spainhower, a specialist in music royalties, to oversee its operations in the United States.
Spainhower will report to Richard Leach, Managing Director of Curve Royalty Systems.
Spainhower joins the company from NKSFB, where he has worked with performing rights organizations, record labels and publishers.
The announcement comes after Curve expanded its client list to New York, Nashville and Los Angeles.
The company says its royalty platform was “built to meet the scale and demands of music companies in the digital age and now processes billions of lines of data for its customers.”
“Curve Royalty Systems has experienced significant growth in recent times.”
Richard Leach, said: “Curve Royalty Systems has experienced significant growth in recent times with increasing demand for our services from music companies based in the United States.
“With this in mind, our new Los Angeles office will become a dedicated hub for this activity.
“Sam Spainhower has joined us to oversee our US operations and leverage his experience, energy and local knowledge of the market and the processes required to provide world-class service. “
“Curve Royalty Systems is a leading provider of independent royalty solutions to the global music industry.”
Sam Spainhower, added: “Curve Royalty Systems is a leading provider of independent royalty solutions to the global music industry with a growing roster.
“I look forward to meeting the growing demand for its services and being part of its growing presence in the United States. “Music trade around the world