UNIFIED Music Group have today revealed a major shake-up to their artist management arm.

Ashleigh Hills will now look after the artist management pillar of the business alongside founder Jaddan Comerford. Hills started with UNIFIED in 2017, working as Comerford's assistant, and has previously worked as an artist manager. 

"I'm very happy to be running the management pillar with Jaddan," shares Hills. 

"When discussing a management company the focus is usually on the artists. We are fortunate enough to work with incredible artists, but we’re also fortunate to work with incredible talent in our Artist Managers. 

"It’s mine and Jaddan’s job to nurture this talent and to ensure there is enough support to continue to build on our internal network of Artist Managers and in turn, our current and future artist roster."

Additionally, Sarah McMillan and Lauren Poulter join UNIFIED in artist manager roles. McMillan joins the business after working with A Day On The Green and Premier Artists and will continue managing Slowly Slowly and Batpiss. 

Poulter comes to the company after running her own artist management business, PALMARY, since 2012. She will continue managing Bloods, as working on Vance Joy's management team alongside Jaddan and Rachael Comerford.

UNIFIED have also announced a new artist signing, with Essie Holt now managed by Eddie Deal, who also looks after Trophy Eyes, CLEWS and John Floreani.