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Generator’s new label, Interval Records, appoints Josh Daniel as label manager.

Groundbreaking North East label, Interval Records appoints successful Recording Artist, Entrepreneur and Artist Manager Josh Daniel as its Label Manager.

Interval Records proudly announces the appointment of Josh Daniel as its Label Manager. A celebrated Recording Artist, Entrepreneur, and accomplished Artist Manager, Josh Daniel brings his multifaceted expertise and commercial perspective to help redefine the region’s musical landscape.

Unveiled in September by Newcastle-based, creative development agency, Generator, this groundbreaking label partnership marks a pivotal moment for the region. Interval Records aligns its trajectory with global music powerhouses, leveraging Generator’s three-decade legacy of supporting the North East’s music community.

Teesside-born Josh Daniel, said “Being able to use my knowledge and expertise to cultivate talent in the area, with the backing of a major label, is incredible. In addition, partnering with Generator, a stalwart in supporting regional Artists, gives me total confidence that, collectively, we can achieve great success. This venture aligns perfectly with my vision for the future of the music industry, and these are exactly the kind of opportunities I’ve always aspired to facilitate for my hometown and region.”

Generator’s CEO, Mick Ross, shares the enthusiasm, stating, “Building upon Generator’s 30-year grassroots legacy is a privilege, and attracting talent like Josh underscores the faith and excitement in the region’s music sector. We set ourselves the goal of creating a sustainable music industry in the North East that ensures access for all, and I’m proud to say that securing this partnership, under Josh’s leadership, marks a significant step towards achieving this and unlocking unrivalled opportunities for our region’s industry”

Operating from Generator’s new offices on Newcastle’s iconic Quayside, the label is gearing up for further expansion. Recruitment for the North East’s first A&R intern, which will see the label employ its second full-time member of staff is now live. The intern will be responsible for discovering and supporting promising new artists, ensuring Interval Records remains at the forefront of the ever-evolving industry.

To find out more or apply for the A&R/Label Operations Intern post visit

Generator are already supported by the North of Tyne Combined Authority’s Skills For Growth programme, PRS Foundation, Arts Council England, Newcastle City Council and Newcastle Gateshead Initiative’s Invest Newcastle and Youth Music strand, and this announcement brings with it significant opportunities in the region. 

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