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Your Music, Our Expertise: Strategic Releases Done Right.

Neon Moon Records leads the way with an innovative label model, aiming to empower and educate artists while propelling them through the nuances of today's industry landscape.

With over 35 years of combined experience, our unique approach surpasses traditional norms, providing all-encompassing label services. Fueled by expertise and passion, our dedicated team tirelessly amplifies each artist's release potential, offering support across every aspect of the industry.

We craft distinctive business strategies tailored to musicians at every stage, ensuring a personalized approach that resonates globally. Our unwavering commitment to artist ownership is a cornerstone as we champion their journey in the ever-evolving music landscape.

Meet The Team

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jessica marsh

Senior A&R, Co-Founder

A driving force behind Neon Moon Records, Jessica Marsh  has dedicated her career to developing emerging artists and building sustainable music careers. With over a decade of comprehensive industry experience, Jessica initially showcased her expertise as an artist manager (JAM Mgmt), guiding talents from humble songwriting stages to international touring acts. Her current focus lies in extending her support to a burgeoning roster of artists under Neon Moon Records.


Her impactful efforts with JAM Mgmt led to a nomination for "Impact in Artist Development" at the 2019 Western Canadian Music Industry Awards. She's completed professional development initiatives, including Canada's Music Incubator Artist Management Program (2018), the PASSPORT: Music Export Summit (2019), and the PHOENIX Music Executive Development Program (2021).


As a distinguished alumnus of MacEwan University, where she completed both the Music Program and Arts & Cultural Management Program, Jessica seamlessly transitioned into her current role as a sessional instructor. Here, she imparts invaluable insights through the Managing in the Music Industry course. Beyond the classroom, she is a highly sought-after mentor, offering crucial guidance to numerous artists navigating their unique paths—a commitment she steadfastly upholds through her endeavours at Neon Moon Records.


AFFILIATIONS: Music Managers Forum, Alberta Music Industry Association, Cultural Human Resource Council, Canadian Independent Music Association.

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nich davies

CEO, Co-Founder

Nich Davies is a Canadian record producer, multi-instrumentalist, composer and creative entrepreneur.

Since 2011 Nich has worked with bands including VISSIA, The Consonance, Revenge of the Trees, Jo-Jo O’ & the Woods and Two Bears North, taking him on tours of Canada, United States and Europe.  He has become an in-demand live and session drummer having performed with artists such as Mick Flannery & Susan O’Neil, Mariel Buckley, Joe Nolan, Paul Cournoyer, and John Stowell.


Nich was put on the map as an internationally recognized record producer with the release of VISSIA’s ‘With Pleasure’ in April 2021.  With Pleasure received broad international praise including several 8/10 reviews by the likes of Exclaim! (Canada), Maverick Magazine (UK) and NEXT Magazine (Canada). Speaking about With Pleasure UK’s Culture Fly  said “we’re hooked”, Canada’s Eat North called it  “truly unique”, UK’s Noctis "insightful and refreshing”, USA’s Great Dark Wonder described it as “phenomenal”, and Indie-Music said it’s “near perfect”.

Nich is co-founder, President and A&R of Canadian boutique music company Hurry Hard Music; responsible for the career of international recording artist VISSIA, and is developing several artist development centric ventures including songplode, International Artist Habitat and Neon Moon Records.

Nich has active relationships with several Canadian funding bodies including FACTOR, AFA, Canada Council for the Arts and Alberta Media Fund.  Hurry Hard is affiliated with CIMA, CMI, MMF, SOCAN, SOCAN RR, Connect Music Licensing, FUGA, AMPED and Alberta Music. 


keshia bundred

Artist associate & operations

Keshia Bundred is a multiple hat wearing communications professional. She graduated from MacEwan University with a diploma in Arts and Cultural Management, and returned to earn a degree in Communications with a major in journalism. She currently inhabits a hobbit home deep in the woods of New Brunswick, although she will always consider the prairies her home.  


Keshia has been involved in the music industry for over a decade, mostly working with individual bands or artists. She has also worked/volunteered for Alberta Music, The Jubilee Auditoria Society, EFMF, CKUA, etc.

Working alongside Neon Moon Records, Keshia is the oil that keeps the gears moving, she manages the operations, bridges communication, and aids in the success of artists.  


rebecca emms


Rebecca Emms is a music publicist, multi-instrumentalist, and synth-rock artist from Red Deer, Alberta - now based in Toronto, Ontario.


Starting off as a publicist doing work for her own musical projects (TOVI, Girl Meets Bear) Emms expanded into planning and executing PR campaigns for other artists across Canada, officially founding New Pony Music PR in 2018. 


Since then, New Pony has worked with a variety of artists including Dave Monks (Tokyo Police Club), Good Fortune (Kelsey McNulty of Great Lake Swimmers), Yes We Mystic, VISSIA, John Muirhead, GENTLE, and Claire Davis. Her clients have been featured on CBC Radio 1 and 2, Exclaim!, Indie88 Toronto, Canadian Musician Podcast, The Bluegrass Situation, Edmonton Journal, SOCAN Words & Music Magazine, and many more.


Working alongside Neon Moon Records, Emms puts an emphasis on understanding the unique style and vision of each artist she works with - while optimizing the reach of their music to potential new fans across Canada and the world.


naomi kerchinsky


Naomi Kerchinsky is a content and digital marketing specialist. She is strategic and has a rich imagination, making her a force in marketing. 


Music has always been a big part of her life. Her step mother's first husband was a touring musician in Australia in the '70s, her brother's played in bands all through her 20s, and she often helped spread the word about upcoming shows.


In 2011, Naomi was part of the team that launched Fratters Speakeasy in Red Deer, Alberta. As a promoter and booker for the venue, she brought in more music, hiring touring acts such as The Strumbellas, Jeremy Fisher, Danny Michel, and Tom Wilson, as well as numerous local acts. 


Working alongside Neon Moon Records, Naomi works closely with each artist on the label to help create sustainable careers, finding ways for them to tell their story online, find more interested fans, and create solid fan bases.

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