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 while managing Goldroom. Jerry looks after Hermitude, Shawn Wasabi, Body Language, Xan Young, Le P, Wunder Wunder. 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 while managing Viceroy and K-OS. Justin currently looks after Miami Horror, BASECAMP, Banoffee, Beacon, Eric Dubowsky, and BoyGenius. He tweets from @vitalicnoise
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 Beacon, Le P, Ben Browning (Cut Copy), Kim Anh, and Blende as well as taking on the role of label manager.
Chelsea Morrisey grew up in Portland, OR amongst the punks and misfits. Having spent most of her late teens and early 20's touring in bands, goofing off on late night radio show and throwing parties, she relocated to LA at the tail end of 2013 to escape "Portlandia" and explore new pastures. She began working for IHEARTCOMIX as a promoter and DJ for underground house / disco nights, but left in 2014 to handle all things music PR related for Cut Above Creative and managing Wild & Free through Vitalic Noise.
In the midst of working towards a nursing degree in Los Angeles, Becky Smith found that her true passion was in the music industry and abruptly switched gears in 2009. She started her career assisting music video production and event production; creating larger than life experiences and a drive to pursue music further. Since then she has worked closely with various Grammy winning artists and producers. Becky now keeps Vitalic Noise afloat by running the touring division, day to day operations, and as HR for the company. Instagrams from @becckysmith