Manchester branding and communication agency Music has opened a London studio after winning new clients in the capital.

Universal Music and The British Fashion Council have expanded their relationship with the agency, while Dr. Martens has appointed Music to help define and communicate its brand.

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The new studio is based in Shoreditch and will be headed up by Associate Creative Director Edward Johnson.

Music’s other London clients include the British Fashion Council, Universal Music, Powerleague and Pho.

Executive Creative Director Dave Simpson said: “Music are incredibly proud of their Manchester roots but in recent years our client base has pulled us towards London.

“The final decision for us to open a studio in the capital came when we started working closely with Universal Music and shortly after we were appointed by Dr. Martens.

“This is a brilliant client for us to work with as they represent everything we respect in an authentic brand with a fantastic product.”