Isaac Promotions have officially split off from Frequency Media Group, heading to partner with Warner Music NZ, as mentioned over at NZ Musician.
"Mark Kneebone, founder and director of Isaac Promotions is thrilled about the alliance and says, "We are incredibly excited to be teaming up with Warner Music to create this partnership; we have some excellent records that are ready to go and 2013 looks like it is going to be the perfect start.”
Founded in 2003, Isaac Promotions boasts over 40 Gold and Platinum record releases and has been responsible for the formation of some of the country’s most successful music events, including the annual Laneway Festival. The partnership’s first release will be the new album by House of Shem which is set for release later this year." Source.
Issac Promotions merged with Dawn Raid and Dirty Management in October 2010 to create Frequency Media Group, with distribution via Universal. Their website lists them as management for Computers want me dead and House of Shem, and co-promoters of Laneway and la De Da festivals.
Mark Kneebone ceased being a director of Frequency Media Group on 15 August 2011, according to Companies Office records.