The actor/director has teamed up with Capitol Music Group for his latest endeavor.
J.J. Abrams is looking to spread his horizons, as the actor has partnered with Capitol Music Group to launch an indie record label called Loud Robots. It’ll act as a division of his production company Bad Robots, and will have the sync ability to place music in television, cinema and more.
The independent label will be headed by McKee Floyd, Nicky Berger and Charles Scott, the latter of which has acted as the company’s primary music director for flicks like Star Trek, Roadies and more. According to the Hollywood Reporter, Loud Robots will focus on “short-term collaborations to release original music, finding both emerging and established artists through traditional A&R methods.”