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Better Noise Music Promotes Melanie Rodriguez and Aisha Aga to VP Level, Welcomes Trish Sterling


NEW YORK (CelebrityAccess) – Melanie Rodriguez has been promoted to Vice President, Label Administration. In distinction, Aisha Aga has been promoted to Vice President, Inner Communications at Higher Noise Music (BNM). The label has additionally welcomed Trish Sterling as Senior Label Supervisor.

With the label since 2019 as Senior Director of Advertising, Rodriguez will now lead among the firm’s key initiatives, per a media launch. She’s labored on campaigns for artists corresponding to AWOLNATION, Cory Marks, and the Soiled Heads.

She is going to oversee the distribution and advertising and marketing of the brand new album by Nothing Extra and the official soundtrack for Higher Noise Movies’ horror film, The Retaliators. The movie is ready for a fall theatrical launch alongside the soundtrack, that includes music from 5 Finger Demise Punch, All Good Issues, Ice 9 Kills and Asking Alexandria, who signed with BNM in 2021.

Melanie Rodriguez mentioned: “I’m extraordinarily grateful to be acknowledged by our label’s management crew and celebrated by my friends for this position.

Aga joined the corporate in 2021, managing the manager workplace of CEO and Founder Allen Kovac. Aga has performed an important position in organizing company-wide initiatives surrounding precedence advertising and marketing efforts. She is going to work to make the corporate’s inside workflow, and human assets processes run extra effectively.

Aisha Aga added: “I like working for this crew and seeing how they constantly purpose to elevate ladies up.”

Sterling beforehand held positions at Roc Nation, DefJam, and Downtown Music earlier than becoming a member of Higher Noise in February. She is going to oversee very important upcoming initiatives for BNM, such because the forthcoming album from the rock band 5 Finger Demise Punch and a 2022 album from Mongolian rock band The HU.

Trish Sterling mentioned: “I’ve labored within the music business for over 15 years, and but getting into a brand new position in a style that’s unfamiliar may be nerve-wracking. Nonetheless, the crew at BNM has welcomed me with open arms and a willingness to simply accept new and contemporary concepts.”


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