Skillbox launches new artist management agency called Level House

Skillbox, a live ticketing and entertainment platform, has just launched Level House, a new artist management agency with a mission to provide a safe space for culture-forward artists. 

The agency will be headed by Yama Seth, who previously worked for talent management agency Big Bad Wolf, where she represented artists like Parvaaz, Indian Ocean, and Vir Das’ Alien Chutney.

Anmol Kukreja, CEO of Skillbox, stated that their long-term mission is to use technology and communities to help artists create value from their work throughout various stages of their career. With ticketing, live music data, and IPs at the core of their business, they are uniquely positioned to help musicians take their artistry to the world and create value from it. 

This is the first time a ticketing platform has ventured into the artist management sector in the country, and they are excited to have Yama Seth lead the division. Skillbox’s insights into live music, access to brands, and original IPs will be available to their artists.

Yama Seth spoke about the vision for Level House, stating that their intention is to provide a safe space for artists to drive culture the way they want to. Each artist is unique and gets to carve out their own niche, build their own community, and businesses, and Level House will provide the support structure they need to do that. 

Skillbox has always been an artist-first brand, and Yama Seth is excited to build on that philosophy as they grow Level House.

Level House is launching with Parvaaz, Sameer Rahat, and Parekh & Singh on their roster. They plan to sign on more artists in the coming months.

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