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Manners McDade: My Music, with Justė Survilaitė

Take a listen to part two of Manners McDade's new playlist series

Manners McDade: My Music, with Justė Survilaitė

Every fortnight, one member of Manners McDade shares a personally curated playlist. Justė Survilaitė, creative services manager shares her playlist for the last week of May!

The Manners McDade group of companies provide artist management, music publishing and sync services, and in 2016 they established a record label. Manners McDade Creative Services offers clients an international promotion strategy that combines their expertise in the field of sync with experience in PR and marketing.

The company is geared to developing bespoke strategies for labels and special projects designed to promote them, their brand and their artists across all media and to expose them to music supervisors, producers and broadcasters for sync. Specialists in contemporary classical and electronic music (and also film and TV composers), Manners McDade Creative Services will continue to work within these genres.

Clients include neo-classical label Neue Meister, Ki Records, ECM Records and Sony Classical.

Justė has a B.A. and an M.A. in Arts Management and is currently completing a PhD in Art History. Justė speaks fluent German and French, promoting artists and labels across Europe, offering creative strategy through branding, marketing and PR, targeting media across the board, from niche to mainstream, traditional to cutting edge.

“This playlist is for an aimless wandering around on a lazy summer afternoon, for a picnic on a rocky beach, for trying on hundreds of sunglasses at the opticians, or a spontaneous craft-tasting on Sunday morning. It’s for wasting your time, for not caring too much and searching for your biggest nothing. It's not for reading, but for looking at pictures. This playlist also perfectly suits those days when you have lots of dates but you decide to stay home and do your dishes. Or when you are getting exercise by going to the grocery store. And when you don’t know what you are talking about, but argue passionately.”

Have a listen: