WHERE THE MUSIC FAN
AND ARTIST MEET
Have you ever wanted to go backstage? Watch a recording session? Own a piece of a record label? Get paid royalties just like the artist? Well, now you can!
SongVest Records is the only record label
that can harness the power of our fan investors to move the needle in ways no other label can, and pay you for participating.
Our power is our fan investors (SongVestors). We provide SongVestors with marketing and other tools to promote our artists across multiple online platforms to build awareness, increase streaming and sales, and even help drive touring revenue.
SongVestors are provided tools to discover up and coming artists, collaborate with other passionate music fans all over the world, and help increase awareness of our artist roster.
This is a "win win" for the artist, SongVestor and label. Our combined team becomes the built in "street team" for each release, increasing its chances for success while participating in something unique and fun.
How It Works
By investing, you become part of an exclusive club of music fans that allows you to be an insider in the music business.
Imagine the opportunity to help discover talent, collaborate with other SongVestors, and be a part of our label team to help influence the success of our artists!
That's our belief with SongVest Records....that the fans are tastemakers and want to participate with artists in an entirely different way.
Music fans have the opportunity to own a piece of a unique record label...one built for fans to support the artists they love. See HERE for details.
A record label co-owned by music fans
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YOUR RECORD LABEL
Dominic Pandiscia has held numerous roles in the music and IP business including as President of Caroline (of Capitol Music Group), which achieved success through his tenure including four #1 albums in 2015 (the first #1's in the 33 year history of the company at the time).
He also served as Executive Vice President, Commercial & Revenue Development of EMI Music North America where Mr. Pandiscia oversaw all commercial strategy, synch, branding and merchandising for the company, including leading the deal team that brought The Beatles to iTunes in 2010. Dominic followed by establishing his own company - Sunday Artist, LLC - which has helped drive the strategy for numerous businesses including the music strategy for the Discovery Channel film “Racing Extinction” that received an Academy Award nomination for “Best Original Song” (J. Ralph/Antony).
Additional roles have included General Manager of EMI Label Services, and Senior Vice President of the Capitol Music Group
Jay Gilbert is the co-founder of Label Logic, and leads digital strategy, analytics, and creative services for the company.
Jay worked for 18 years at Universal, most recently as VP New Media and Online Marketing for Universal Music Enterprises (“UME”). He has been on the cutting edge of Digital Sales & Marketing with Universal Music, Starbucks Entertainment, Fox Home Entertainment (International) and Warner Music Group.
In 2004 while at UME, Jay launched the first digital-only label, responsible for all aspects of the operations. The groundbreaking label was featured on NPR, Billboard Magazine, Nights With Alice Cooper, and in the NY Times.
Jay created the industry's first sheet music + album download (for the Grammy award-winning “Fingerprints” album by Peter Frampton). He received the NARM Award for Best Online Marketing Campaign (for Ron White). Jay created and executed unique online marketing plans for Nirvana, The Police, KISS, Motley Crue, Bob Marley, Jimi Hendrix, Elton John, Styx, Rob Zombie, Johnny Cash, Guns ‘N Roses, Smokey Robinson, Tears For Fears, Rick Springfield, Lisa Loeb, Ringo Starr, Ron White, Peter Frampton, The Temptations, Amy Grant, Melissa Etheridge and many, many others.
Jeff Moskow is co-founder of Label Logic, and leads marketing and project management services for the company.
He has held positions with PolyGram and Universal in Chicago, Washington, DC, NY and Los Angeles. Most recently, he served as Head of Marketing for UME, the catalog arm of the Universal Music Group, where he helped manage the Motown and Def Jam catalogs, and UMG’s key artist portfolios.
As an A&R executive, he spearheaded UMG’s PURE compilation series, including the platinum Pure Funk and Pure 80s titles, and also compiled and marketed hits multi-platinum compilations from Stevie Wonder, James Brown, Marvin Gaye, The Who, Jimi Hendrix, Lionel Richie, Abba, Lynyrd Skynyrd, The Temptations, The Four Tops, Jackson 5, Diana Ross & The Supremes, Smokey Robinson, Jimmy Buffett, The Bee Gees, Elton John, Johnny Cash, Guns ‘N Roses, Janet Jackson, Melissa Etheridge, Sting & The Police, Toby Keith, and more. He also served as A&R/marketing director for albums from artists as diverse as Rick Springfield and The Temptations. All of the albums Jeff spearheaded for Rick Springfield debuted in Billboard’s Top 50, and The Temptations “Reflections” received a Grammy® nod. Since 1999,
Jeff has also served as Head of A&R for the NOW! That’s What I Call Music brand, the most successful compilation series in music history. NOW has achieved 19 #1 Billboard Hot 100 albums, while selling over 100 million units. Under Jeff's leadership, the UME’s marketing department won a record 12 industry awards, including numerous nods for creative marketing, including a NARM Marketing Campaign of The Year for Motown 50.
Roy D'Souza is also the co-founder of SongVest, Inc., serving as its Chief Operating Officer and Director since inception.
Roy's expertise is in quantifying the value of creators and inventors works, as he was previously a Managing Director at Ocean Tomo, LLC responsible for leading the company’s intellectual property valuation practice. He has also held leadership positions at various consulting firms including KPMG LLP.
Roy is also very passionate about music education philanthropy, serving as the board president for the Chicago West Community Music Center.
Sean Peace is a seasoned startup executive who started several companies including Royalty Exchange, the first marketplace to sell music royalties to investors.
Exiting Royalty Exchange in 2015, he has been working on seeing his vision completed to create the first stock market where fans can invest in their favorite artists.
Latest SongVest Records News
SongVest Records Becomes a Reality
SongVest Records was a year in the making. We took our time to make sure we put the right team and model together to ensure we have the best opportunity for success
SongVest Records Launches on WeFunder
We formally launched on WeFunder to give fans the first ever opportunity to own a piece of a record label and earn royalties on revenue from day one.