Friday 15 February 2013, 12:45 | By

Music Week lists 30 under 30 in the UK music industry

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Music Week has selected 30 people working in the music industry who are aged under 30 and look set to go on to bigger things. The list spans a wide range of genres and sectors and features some very fine people indeed, so well done to all of them. Now, we’d better get on with compiling our 70 Over 70 list.

Those youthful bastards in full:

Jane Abernethy – A&R/Product Manager, 4AD
Luke Armitage – Head Of Special Projects, Metropolis Group
Alex Boateng (Twin B) – Co-Founder, Levels Ent
Laurence Abrahams – Lawyer, SSB Solicitors
Joe Barbe – A&R Scout/Artist Manager, Warner/Atlantic
Sarah Casey – Agent, Leighton-Pope Organisation
Austin Daboh – Founder & CEO, The Hub Entertainment
Jai Francois – A&R Manager, Warner/Chappell
Lauren Hales – Head Of Press, Universal/Mercury
Chris Dyer – UK Manager, Zimbalam Digital Distribution
Chris Fitzgerald – Head Of Artist Relationships, [PIAS] Group
Will Harper – A&R, Sony/ATV/EMI
Luke Hood – Founder, UKF
Sam Jackson – Managing Editor, Classic FM
Lauren Kreisler – Brand Manager, Official Charts Company
Dot Levine – Head Of Campaigns And Communications, UK Music
Amy Morgan – Creative Director, Beggars Music
Gary Lancaster – Label Marketing Manager, Warner/ADA
Chris Meehan – CEO, Sentric Music
Tom Paul – Marketing Manager, Universal/London Records
Amanda Payle – General Manager, JHO Entertainment
Ed Poston – Writer & Publisher Relations, BMI
Sam Potts – Head Of Radio, Sony/Columbia
Benjamin Scarr – A&R Manager, Universal/Island
Luke Temple – Promoter/Booker, SJM Concerts
Ebony Rhiney-James – Head Of Digital Marketing, Sony Music UK
Andrew Tansey – Creative Sync Manager, Sony Music UK
Sarah Thomas – Manager, Modest!
Henry Village – Co-Founder/Director, Black Butter
Jos Watkin – A&R Manager, Parlophone

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