Jerry Soer started his music management career in Australia. While living in Melbourne he joined independent music company Staple as an artist manager for almost five years. He moved to Los Angeles and started Vitalic Noise with partner Justin Katerberg in September 2012. Jerry looks after Hermitude, DCUP, option4 Wunder Wunder, Chela, and Gold Fields. He tweets from @jerrysoer.
Moving to Los Angeles in the fall of 2011, Justin Katerberg, had spent five previous years in Nashville as an A&R and marketing label executive for numerous multi-platinum selling, Grammy nominated artists. Originally running Vitalic Noise as a boutique management and booking agency for various electronic and disco orientated acts, Justin merged with partner Jerry Soer in September of 2012 to re-launch Vitalic Noise in a management and publicity focused direction. Justin looks after Miami Horror, Viceroy, BASECAMP, Banoffee, Gold Fields, Eric Dubowsky, and BoyGenius. He tweets from @vitalicnoise.
Now calling LA her home after relocating from Melbourne, Australia in April 2013, Tegan Butler has worked in music media across television, print and online. With a background in journalism, Tegan has written and edited for music street press and interviewed major international acts for community and internet television as well as pop culture websites. In between traveling the world, a current addiction to the American Mid-West and escaping becoming an adult, Tegan keeps Vitalic Noise afloat as the day to day operations and assistant manager across all of VN's clients. Instagrams from @teganlee & @vitalicnoise.
After a brief stint as a manager at the age of 18, Bojan Jovanovic started his own booking agency Noise Problem which represented Miami Horror, Neon Indian, The Twelves, and many more. After six years running his own agency he joined The Windish Agency where he worked with Chromatics, Mount Kimbie, Unknown Mortal Orchestra, Big Freedia and many others. Now in 2013 he launched his newest venture, a music social network called FanClub, and returned to management with Vitalic Noise and his roster Cakes Da Killa, Sam Flax, and Lips. Tweeting from @noiseproblem.
Having written for numerous music blogs throughout college, it's no surprise that Claire McKinzie would set her sights on VN's creativity and tenacity after graduating. Having interviewed acts on camera and for print publications scattered all over the world, Claire is happy to have found a new family in VN. Born in New Orleans, she spent her childhood in the deserts of Tucson, and teenage years in the Bay Area. She credits all musical interest to the first CD she ever bought, Space Jam. Eleanor Roosevelt's biography was her first favorite book in the 2nd grade. Claire helps the team with whatever they need and is VN's PR point of contact. Tweets from @clairemckinzie. Instagrams from @kinzie0.
With a passion for helping artists achieve their unique creative vision and success, Mark Allen brings some no-nonsense New York flavor to the Vitalic Noise team. He's worked as a concert lighting designer at the Knitting Factory, an assistant at Noise Problem Booking, a marketing assistant at Webster Hall, and a publicist for Joe’s Pub at the Public Theater. While managing the careers of Prefuse 73, Golden Animals, Chrome Canyon and more, he shifted gears and lived abroad in Berlin, Germany for two years working with Boys Noize Records and Yellow Year Records. In summer 2014 he made his way to Los Angeles to team up with Vitalic Noise and his initial roster includes D.veloped, Andre Obin, and Blende as well as taking on the role of label manager.