Musikverlag Hannes Weverka, and it’s affiliated Edition Modern, is a German/Swiss music publisher know for it’s film- and especially TV-music, as an important part of the repertoire is music from some 400 TV series, for example “Ein Fall für Zwei”, “Derrick”, “Der Alte”, “Lady Cop (Die Kommissarin)”, “Tatort”, “Popeye”, and “Around the World in 80 Days”, etc. As a result, the MHW Musikverlag repertoire is one of the widest for what concerns TV series music..
For 70 years the name Budde has represented the very best in independent music publishing. With a vibrant creative team and vitally, an efficient administration department, over the decades, Budde Music has established itself as one of the leading independent music publishers, first in Germany, and now globally. Elements Music represents Budde for the Finnish market.
Cloud 9 Music’s publishing department represents a wide range of composers, authors and catalogues. Armin van Buuren, Hardwell, Fedde Le Grand, Dirtcaps, Daniel Gibson (Within Temptation), Fais, Dannic, Lost Frequencies, Frontliner and Sevn Alias are just some of the many names represented by Cloud 9 Music. Elements Music represents Cloud 9 for Finland and the Baltics.
Love Kustannus was the publishing arm of the legendary Finnish label, Love Records, founded by Atte Blom, Otto Donner and Christian Schwindt in the 1960’s. Love Kustannus’ publishing catalogue includes works recorded by beloved Finnish artists, such as Pelle Miljoona, Leevi and the Leavings, Juice Leskinen and Hanoi Rocks (for the Nordics). Elements Music represents the catalogue exclusively for Finland.
Jee-Jee Music’s sister company Poplandia has over 1500 original copyrights from the mid 1990’s until today.
Jee-Jee is a publishing company founded in Tampere Finland in the late 1970’s by Epe Helenius, founder of Poko Records. Through the eighties, Jee-Jee was the leading publisher of the punk and rock scene. It’s catalog of more than 1000 works from the late 70’s until the early 90’s include works by Finnish mega-bands Eppu Normaali, Popeda, and Yö.