Two new agents for ATC Live
ATC Live in London has hired two new agents, Guillaume Brevers from Belgium and Graham Clews from Scotland.

Brevers founded BFOS as a promotion business in 2006, when he was just 16 years old. It evolved into a booking agency in 2012, eventually adding offices in Germany and the UK.

Brevers brings his roster of artists, which includes Princess Nokia, Boy Pablo and A$AP Nast, to ATC Live.

Clews set up his Alexia Agency in Glasgow, Scotland, in 2011, after a spell at Avocado Booking in Munich, Germany. He represents rock acts including The Ataris, Soft Kill and Such Gold, which are coming with him to ATC.

According to ATC Live founder and partner Alex Bruford, both Brevers and Clews embodied the "spirit of independent thinking" that also guides his own way of conducting business. "We are delighted to welcome them and their artists to the company," he said.

Guillaume Brevers said, "I`m looking forward to team up with all the great people at ATC, an agency that fits my roster and my vision of today`s music industry the best. It felt like the natural next step in order to provide the artists I represent the best service possible as an agent."

Graham Clews adde: "I am very excited at what this move means for the future. I have always held ATC in high regard, so to be part of their team of agents is an honour."

Pictured:Graham Clews & Guillaume Brevers