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Neil Robertson

Cooperative Music

Label Manager, Co-Operative Music (AUS) 

Neil Robertson spent ten years in the UK as owner of Banchory Management, looking after Scottish indie stars Belle and Sebastian and cult Domino act V-Twin. He was also a Director of Banchory Merchanding, an online merch company working with Franz Ferdinand, Snow Patrol and Mogwai.

In 1999 he co-founded the Bowlie Weekender, which later became the celebrated All Tomorrow’s Parties Festival.

Neil moved to Melbourne in 2006 and became Label Manager for Co-Operative Music, a label releasing acts such as Phoenix, Bloc Party, Cold War Kids and Caribou. He also manages acclaimed Sydney band Bridezilla.