Steven Wilson

Steven Wilson joined Division in 2009 for the release of his album Insurgentes and subsequent remix album NSRGNTS RMXS and saw his inventive videos and soundscapes reach far into the online world.

The Porcupine Tree founder worked hard to create his all-encompassing sounds and delved deep into his contact book, bringing in artists as far away as Japan to make sure the record reached his own levels of perfection.

The remix album features the likes of TV On The Radio and Dalek and promises to garner as much interest as the original as Division continues its great relationship with KScope Records.

Ane Brun

Scandinavia has a habit of producing amazing singers and Ane Brun is the latest in a long line of them. She joined Division before the release of her album Changing Of The Seasons. With singles such as The Puzzle and The Treehouse Song, as well her track being used on a TV advert, it was an easy decision to work with Ane.

Not only did her songs blow people away and garner brilliant reviews across the board from sites spanning the musical spectrum, she performed a breathtaking show at the Union Chapel in the UK which confirmed what a special talent she is.

Described as a mix between Joni Mitchell and Bjork, she has certainly made a place for herself amongst her peers and looks set to continue that in years to come.

Black Sabbath

What can be said about Black Sabbath that hasn’t already been written into modern music folklore? The Birmingham band laid down the blueprint for all modern metal with their brand of rock that had never been heard before across the world.

From their humble beginnings, Ozzy and co. turned in to a musical behemoth, capturing the imagination of millions of fans across the globe. When we were offered the chance to work the re-issues of all their albums, we couldn’t say yes quick enough at Division.

From the seminal self-titled album through Master Of Reality and on to the later albums such as Technical Ecstasy, the legend of Sabbath has garnered press across the board as many remember just who it was that got them into the heavy metal genre.

Daniel Merriweather

Daniel Merriweather joined Division at the start of 2009 and together we’ve seen his rise from promising singer to bonafide solo star. After having seen firsthand what Daniel could do whilst we were working on Mark Ronson’s Version album, we knew he wouldn’t find it hard to step up to the plate on his own material.

His debut single Change set everything up nicely, bringing in acclaim from hip hop and pop fans alike before the ballad Red marked the big time for the Australian, climbing to number two in the charts and staying in the top five for over a month.

His album Love & War was also a massive success, reaching number two in charts and shipping over 200,000 units. With mainstream coverage now a guarantee, we’re happy to have been part of Daniel’s rise to stardom from the very beginning.

Foreign Beggars

Foreign Beggars joined Division for the promotion of their new album United Colours Of Beggattron and the single taken from it Contact/Shake It. Already having a large following on the UK hip hop scene thanks to their tireless touring and consistently entertaining and energetic live sets, the Beggars have an unrivalled pedigree in the rap world.

With their new album taking in production from “next-to-blow” DnB crew Noisia as well as guest spots from the likes of Jehst and Guilty Simpson, it’s only a matter of time before the FBs spread their wings into other music circles.

With inventive lyrics, trademark humour and a swagger that can only come from knowing you’re producing the hottest material of your career, Division are proud to be a part of moving Foreign Beggars to the next level, both in print and throughout the web.


Placebo are a name known throughout the music world and so it was with pleasure that we agreed to work both their print and online campaigns. With a plethora of hits behind them, Brian Molko, Stefan Odsal and newest recruit Steve Forrest are looking forward to giving their fans a new set of anthems to sing along to.

Singles Battle For The Sun, For What It’s Worth and The Never-Ending Why have already captured the imagination of fans old and new which has been apparent at their live shows in Shepherd’s Bush and The Roundhouse and are sure to be huge favourites at their massive upcoming gig at the O2 at the end of the year.

Having played over 25 festivals across the world this summer, including high billing on this year’s Reading and Leeds festivals, Placebo are very much back with a bang and show no signs of stopping anytime soon.

BM Linx

New Yorkers BM Linx joined the Division family in 2009 for the release of the album Black Entertainment. The trio worked with famous producer Alan Moulder and hit the ground running in the UK with coverage on many influential sites.

Having made a name for themselves in their native New York playing in a number of hip parties and underground venues, the band dropped their debut album and took themselves to SXSW which stepped the interest in them up to the next level.

The album and single Kids On Fire made sure they were a name on many lips in the UK and we’re proud to have been part of making that happen.

Brother Ali

Rapper Brother Ali is the latest artist to join us from the ever-progressive Rhymesayers Entertainment label. Following in the footsteps of Atmosphere, Jake One and P.O.S, Ali has joined us for both print and online press.

Having made his name Stateside with previous albums gaining critical acclaim and his live shows proving him to be one of the most naturally gifted MCs on the planet, Ali is set to build up his name and presence in the UK with his upcoming album Us.

Working closely with production maestro Ant [of Atmosphere fame] it won’t be hard to get people involved in supporting his music and with an intimate show at Camden’s Barfly to showcase the new tracks, it is set to be a great partnership with Division for now and the future.

Eyedea & Abilities

Eyedea & Abilities are back after a five year hiatus to release their new album By The Throat on Rhymesayers Entertainment and once again have defied the obvious and thrown a major spanner into the works of people who thought they would follow the sound of their previous album E&A.

Having both been battle winners in their own worlds – Eyedea winning Scribble Jam and Blaze Battle for MCs and Abilities winning numerous turntable titles – the duo showcase their ability to not only be the best at what they do, but also embrace that which isn’t expected, throwing sharp turns everywhere they can.

The heavy production, coupled with turntables with wah-wah pedals and breathless delivery from the rapper, provides the perfect example of why this group are going places. Joining Division for print and online press, E&A will be tearing up the rulebook in 2009.

Kenan Bell

School teacher turned rapper and LA based wordsmith Kenan Bell surrounded himself in lots of different musical styles growing up and this came to the fore with his reworkings of The Smiths and MGMT which brought him to the notice of journalists in the UK before he’d even released his record.

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