Tue, 18 May 2021 08:33:00 GMT
Boutique music studio Racket Club adds the producing talents of Adrian Womack to its team, further establishing the company’s identity as one of the most exciting new music production houses on the east coast.
Known in the industry by his last name, Womack is a proud New Orleans native who found his passion for media arts early on, which soon led him to the world of advertising. In his first career role, he served as a production coordinator, working with renowned producers and creatives at TBWA\Chiat\Day and 72andSunny in Los Angeles. He collaborated with brands such as Nissan, Airbnb, Google, and the 2028 LA Olympics bid. Growing weary of simply moonlighting in music outside of his regular working hours, he made his way to Mophonics in 2018, working on both their west and east coast teams. He has since worked on music placement for many of the brands from his agency days, and more, while expanding his connections with new musical talent and the emerging generation within the creative industry.
Home to talented musicians and music supervisors who have long-standing relationships with today’s most sought-after musical artists, Racket Club utilises a global network of composers and performing artists to create custom-tailored musical identities for every project. With a strong background in post, they see the big picture and love collaborating with creatives, editors, and directors to make music that is felt, and not just heard.
I feel at home in the sound world and I'm excited to find my place at Racket Club,” says Womack. “Nick’s leadership and dedication has set a strong foundation. The crew housed here has tremendous talent, is bringing in awesome work, and I look forward to helping put more of it out in the world.
Says Nick Crane, partner and creative director at Racket Club: “We’re very happy to be working with Womack. His level of understanding and intuition for music production is truly impressive, and he’s a natural fit with our culture and approach. His skills further enable us to tackle any sort of musical brief, from original compositions to top-tier artist collaborations.”
Racket Club creates music for picture. Its sister company is Uppercut, a creative boutique elevating post-production in New York and Atlanta. Racket Club donates a percentage of all profits to the NAACP Legal Fund, Harlem Village Academies, and Black Lives Matter.view more - Hires, Wins & BusinessUppercut Edit, Tue, 18 May 2021 08:33:00 GMT