ADA Worldwide Inks Global Distribution Deal with Omnivore Recordings

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ADA Worldwide inks a global distribution deal with respected indie label Omnivore Recordings, specializing in premium-quality historical releases and reissues.

Independent label and WMG artist services arm, ADA Worldwide, has announced a partnership with Omnivore Recordings, which will see the company cover global distribution for Omnivore’s catalog, in addition to new releases. As a leader in premium-quality audio, Omnivore specializes in historical releases, reissues, and previously unissued vintage recordings, besides select releases of new music on CD, vinyl, and digital.

“Omnivore shares the same passion and respect for high-quality music that we do at ADA,” said Adriana Sein, Global Head of Artist & Market Development. “The team has a remarkable commitment to ensuring their historical releases preserve the original sound of the recording, and they show that same care when it comes to releasing new music in both physical and digital formats. With expertise in both areas, and a team dedicated to catalog, we’re excited for this partnership and confident that ADA will help bring Omnivore to the next level.”

Omnivore’s catalog includes a diverse assortment of recordings from artists like The Muffs, Blood Sweat & Tears, Steve Cropper, Alex Chilton, Art Pepper, and The Cowsills. Recent releases include Art Pepper’s “The Complete Maiden Voyage Recordings,” Laura Nyro’s “Trees of the Ages: Laura Nyro Live in Japan,” and Stephen Stills’ “Live at Berkeley, 1971.”

The Los Angeles-based Omnivore was founded in 2010 by Grammy Award-winning producer Cheryl Pawelski, graphic designer and photographer Greg Allen, former WMG executive Brad Rosenberger, and music industry vet Dutch Cramblitt.

News of the deal comes on the heels of ADA’s recent global deals with indie labels that include 10K Projects and Rostrum Records, adding to an already impressive list of partners such as Sub-Pop, VP Records, Mute, and Chocolate City. Further, ADA spearheaded major partnerships for Daft Punk’s catalog with TikTok and Peloton.

This year also saw ADA supporting major releases from rising stars around the globe who have seen notable runs on the charts, including Latin Grammy winner Quevedo, Bellakath, Bennett, Ayvila, and many more.