Circle Talent Agency Signs Kaskade

the latest in a series of signings and acquisitions that make the agency a major player in the electronic music space.

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Kaskade plays the Budweiser Made In America Festival in Philadelphia Sept. 2.

Since moving to new offices in Beverly Hills, Calif., in 2013, Circle Talent has acquired Ten In One and Kenmore agencies, and built a roster of more than 300 clients behind the leadership of co-owners Steve Gordon and Kevin Gimble.

“Steve and I are just so very excited to be working with an artist of Kaskade’s caliber,” Gimble told Pollstar of his newest client. “I’ve been a fan of his since he came on the scene, and watching his career explode. It’s been something so nice to watch from the outside looking in.”

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“It’s an honor that Kaskade opted to go with Steve and myself,” Gimble said of Kaskade’s jump from a major, full-service agency. “His options were plenty out there, and I’m sure he could have gone to any of the majors and it’s pretty great he chose to go with an independent.”

Though EDM stars are better known for their festival and residency appearances than for hard-ticketed tours, Kaskade has consistently sold out, or come close, at larger venues including