Bob James

With over 20 Years of Music Industry Experience including Marketing, Promotion, Social Media and Digital PR, Publishing, Record Label, Management, and other areas of exploitation of Intellectual Copyright, Bob has high level experience in almost every aspect of the Music Industry. Bob regularly sits on industry panels and lectures on the Music Industry and new business models. Bob has been a consultant for many major labels, artist and song writing organisations and production companies. He is a full member of the MMF and a qualified music business education lecturer.

Bob was one of the original founders of Music House, which was the UK’s largest and most successful independent music promotions company, working at Club, Radio, TV and International promotions for virtually every successful UK and European label and most major artists at some point. Music House was started in 1992 and grew to over 30 staff and a multimillion pound turnover before Bob left to specialise in management, artist development, digital marketing and promotion strategies.

Bob is currently Director of: Intune Addicts Ltd, Chase the Tag, Bob James Management Services and a consultant for Agenda Rights Management.



Mark Smutz Smith

Mark has worked across the globe with primarily independent artists such as: Passenger (most notably through his “Sound of the C” promotion nights with his first ever solo show back in 2009), The Matthew Jay Tribute Concert, pivotal performances at One Movement Perth WA/The Great Escape), The Feeling, Will And The People, Stu Larsen, Steve Conte, Emma Stevens, Hogan, Melodramas, The Lost Souls Club, Dlugokecki, The Rebs, Goober Gun, Blackcouch and English Pride: (World Cup 2006).

Managing, booking, promoting, touring, implementing social strategies and releasing/licensing extensively throughout South East Asia, Kuwait, Australia, Europe, USA, Canada and the UK where he has developed networks of influential business contacts and partners across the board. Mark brings with him 20 years in corporate sales and marketing (advertising, portal and property).

C-sounds is his in house digital distribution company and he was part of the early consultation team for the cutting edge music collaboration app Whole World Band. Mark has spoken on music panels in three continents on the topics of New Business Models for Independent Artists, Developing Emerging Markets (China, Vietnam, Cambodia etc) and Social Media Marketing.

Mark is also a Director of Intune Addicts Ltd and Chase The Tag.


Graham Peacock



Artist Manager

A & R

Vast Array of Live Music Experience


Product Management

Graham Peacock is an artist manager with over 30 years of music business experience.

Starting out as professional musician, he played to audiences across Europe with festivals of up to 60,000 people before going on to build The Music Farm Studios in Sussex working with such artists as Ozzy Osbourne and Siouxsie & The Banshees.

As a recording engineer his work took him as far afield as Dominica (West Indies) and when later he changed to mixing live sound his work carried him around the world many times over, most notably mixing Moloko and Roisin Murphy throughout their live careers.

Seeking greater challenges after seeing the same cities so many times, Graham moved over to tour and production management, often mixing on the same tours.

In the early 1990’s Graham decided to enter the field of management and set up an office on Brighton sea front in the UK taking on management for Moloko in 1994. After 5 years hard work, in 1999 Moloko achieved a UK no 4 single with Sing It Back and in 2000 a UK number 2 with The Time Is Now. Both songs charted high around the world with their third album ‘Things to Make and Do’ achieving gold in the UK in just 10 days and hitting silver and gold in many countries.

With over 2 million sales and a hugely successful world tour behind them Moloko split in 2004 but Graham continued to work with singer Roisin Murphy as she embarked on her solo career.

In early 2009 after 6 albums and 15 successful years working together Roisin and Graham parted company to seek new adventures.

Graham went on to set up record labels and management for I Like Trains and Robert Vincent whilst also branching out into management consultancy for those artists who want a non traditional artist/management relationship.

The GPM team includes some of the finest professionals in today’s music and business communities with combined clients ranging from H.M Government to Coldplay and the Isle of Wight Festival to Big Chill Records.

Graham is a Director of Intune Addicts Ltd


Holly Glanvill

A current student in her final year of a BA (Hons) Songwriting degree course at BIMM Brighton, Holly is applying her extensive knowledge of music business marketing from the point of view of a creative. She has developed many close connections to songwriters, musicians,  journalists, promoters and a keen understanding of the youth market in both music and fashion.

With experience in creating marketing plans and the self release process, Holly has achieved National support with songs being aired on ITV and also support from BBC Introducing. Her own YouTube channel has given her a keen understanding of social media marketing and exploitation of copyrights.

Holly is constantly discovering new music and talent and works on our account management team