Billboard Biz reports that Tiësto has severed ties with Complete Control, the Brooklyn-based management company that he has worked with for years, moving instead to Red Light Management whose list of clients extend far beyond that of the electronic genre. The change marks another milestone in the juggernaut producer’s career, once again re-asserting the growth and mainstream acceptance of the EDM-movement.
He has no plans to leave his booking agency, AM Only, at this time.
UPDATED: Tiësto was not the first electronic music producer to sign with Red Light Management — Steve Angello, Rusko and more are also represented by the agency.
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