About Monte Robison
Producer Monte Robison is the founder and owner of Triple Pop, a full service digital record label and publisher of music worldwide. Monte is a member of A2IM and a Voting member of The Recording Academy. Since starting the label in 2008, he has produced over four-hundred master recordings, sold over a million digital downloads and streamed billions of songs worldwide. Triple Pop has digital distribution via The Orchard. Some accomplishments of note:
In 2008, Monte was the first label and producer to record alt-country pop superstar Kacey Musgraves in 2008, who later won multiple GRAMMY awards. One of the tracks, “Apologize” went on to become Kacey Musgraves #1 most single on Spotify with forty-five (45M+) million streams. The single charted in Billboard and was certified Gold by Impala in Europe. Monte has also produced albums and singles from musicians Erica Lane, Ernie Halter, Iva Dawn, David Elise and YouTube viral star Donald Gould (aka The Homeless Piano Man). He also produced Kris Farrow’s Acoustic Guitar Karaoke, one of the most popular karaoke albums series on Apple’s iTunes in the download era.
Monte has executive produced the feature movie “Sorry, Thanks” (dir. Dia Sokol, IFC/Sundance, 2010). Previously, Monte co-founded the indie record label, Robison Records (Conspiracy Music) along with his brother, Taylor Robison. The label produced albums with The Call, Dee Dee Ramone, Matt Sorum, The Alarm, and Gene Loves Jezebel. Prior, Monte worked as a development associate at Savoy Pictures (Santa Monica, CA) and in movie department of the talent agency ICM (Beverly Hills, CA). A trained filmmaker, Monte Robison won numerous awards for his music video and film work in high school. He studied film at New York University (NYU) and is a graduate of The Ohio State University (Columbus, OH).
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