Mitski left her longtime manager Chris Crowley for shop artist service company Good harbor. Company – also proud Father John Misty, Hovvdy, Rostam and Lucy Dacus on his list – quietly added the singer-songwriter name to his website during the holiday season.
News of Mitski’s management change came less than a month later Billboards published a story about a sexual harassment complaint against Crowley, the co-founder of Salty Management, by one of his young female employees. The woman’s complaint, made during a company-wide Zoom call, led to Salty’s other managers leaving immediately and shortly after Salty Management’s co-founders decided to disband. purely enterprise. Crowley did not respond to several requests for comment.
Before publishing the story, Beach Bunny – a band formerly co-managed by Crowley – left him after hearing about the situation from another manager at Salty, and several sources said Billboards they are not confident that Crowley’s other acts were fully aware of the reasons behind the company’s closure. A former Salty manager said: “If you asked me to tell you that [his artists] know the truth? No, absolutely not. ”
On December 27, Mitski’s Rolling Stone The cover story reveals that Crowley is “currently transitioning away from Mitski’s management role,” according to the singer’s rep, but the identity of her new management team has not been revealed.
Another Crowley’s customer, singer-songwriter Miloe, confirmed Billboards he is no longer co-managed by Crowley. Other artists represented by Crowley did not return requests for comment.
Good Harbor was started by Massachusetts based Dalton Sim, who initially managed the artists through a joint venture called Dalton Sim Management/Nettwerk Management from 1995 until he founded Good Harbor with Ben Levin in 2020. All of Sim and Levin’s original customers, including Fun. and Guster, immigrated to Good Harbor with them.
Mitski is preparing for the release of his new album, laurel hell, book to drop on last february 4 Dead ocean, a division of Secretly Group.
https://www.billboard.com/pro/mitski-new-management-good-harbor/ Mitski Moves To Good Harbor After Claiming Against Former Manager – Billboard