"...Upon entering ScoreMore's South Austin office space, a half-dozen carefree college girls hang out on couches, doing homework and giggling. Down the corridor, in separate corner offices, two baby-faced 25-year-olds with laid-back demeanors attend to constantly ringing cell phones..."
"...ScoreMore Shows, the Austin-based concert promotion company that throws many of Texas’ marquee hip-hop events — including the hugely popular three-city JMBLYA festival — has sold a majority stake of their company to industry giants Live Nation...."
"...Performers, covering Faces, Small Faces, Ronnie Lane, plus Mac's solo material, and playing originals, include Lisa Marshall, the Footnotes, Aimee Bobruk, the Mooks, Shoulders, McLemore Avenue, Javier Escovedo, Nakia, and Mac's own Bump Band. $10 benefits Austin's SIMS Foundation. Students of ScoreMore..."
"...Behind crucial endorsements from local concert promotions biggie ScoreMore, now of Clear Channel conglomerate LiveNation, Jackson capitalized on teenage lust for club environs and grew his warehouse events to a full-blown fanbase. Paying tribute to his native roots in music videos and lyrics, and rapping about his come-up over gyrating behinds at Austin skating rink Playland, he even wields a social media catchphrase frequented in his music: "Ya Feel Me?" SoundCloud tracks from the homegrown spitter vary from 3,000 to 137,000 streams, so he recently ventured to L.A..."
"...But teens want a Snapchat-worthy club experience and Jackson needed money for studio time, so maybe there existed a middle ground. Show opener for local hip-hop promoters ScoreMore, performing on bills with Tory Lanez and Father, he employed his local celebrity to capitalize on the gap in the market. Jackson convinced a friend to loan their house, and decided on a theme – jerseys...."
"...JMBLYA promoters ScoreMore, the Austin-based company operated by Sascha Guttfreund and Claire Bogle, are day-oners with J. Cole, having helped book his first tour in 2010...."
"...Spring bacchanal of trap, hip-hop, and electronica now in the rearview mirror, JMBLYA saw its youthful music promoters ScoreMore successfully stage Austin's third largest concert of 2017. Last Saturday's festival, held in a parking lot peripheral to Circuit of the Americas, sold out a jaw-dropping 25,000 tickets in advance..."
"..."That just shows you that hip-hop – as an art – is the epicenter of today's music culture," attests ScoreMore's Sascha Guttfreund, the local promoter who brought the mostly unknown L.A. MC to Red 7 in 2011..."
"...› Local hip-hop and EDM tastemakers Scoremore have finalized the lineup for their marquee event JMBLYA May 3 at the Whitewater Amphitheater in New Braunfels. Headlining the event is acid-rap rising star Chance the Rapper, future pop duo Purity Ring (DJ Set), and "Harlem Shake" producer Baauer with fellow trap DJ RL Grime..."
"...Austin's Music Office and homegrown hip-hop promoters Scoremore host what promises to be an educating and entertaining conversation with Rap-A-Lot Records mogul J. Prince on Wednesday, 6pm at 3ten ACL Live..."
"...Saturday’s packed spring festival in a field bordering Circuit of the Americas boasted a wall-to-wall rap/R&B bill for the first time. ATX promoters Scoremore cashed in their ties to headliner J..."
"...Austin promotions umbrella Scoremore launched JMBLYA to bring tomorrow’s hip-hop to Texans today. They succeeded: Tyler the Creator, Earl Sweatshirt (2013), Chance the Rapper (2014), Travis Scott, Vic Mensa (2015), Future, Rae Sremmurd (2016), and Chance, Gucci Mane, and Migos (2017)..."
"...The 430-capacity room has proved a popular destination for live, original acts in a sea of cover band shot bars. Previously the Mercury, the 14-year-old Parish enjoyed populist if sometimes sporadic booking from top local concert promotion entities ScoreMore and C3 Presents, which still has a dozen shows on the books there through April..."
"...Davis says the ultimate goal is to eventually move into a larger event space through diversification. Upcoming marquee shows include the Black Dahlia Murder, Born of Osiris, and Nailbomb, but Stevenson emphasizes that the future of the venue includes working with outside promoters, like current allies Third String Productions and hip-hop luminaries ScoreMore, to increase the variety of genres they present...."
"...JMBLYA, ScoreMore Shows' single-day festival, moves to Circuit of the Americas after easily selling out the Austin American-Statesman's 10,000-capacity parking lot last spring. Migos and Gucci Mane were also added to the May 6 event, already featuring Grammy magnet Chance the Rapper, Steve Aoki, and Lil Uzi Vert..."
"...Sixth at the tail end of 2013 and opened for business shortly before South by Southwest the following year. The 658-capacity room became a noteworthy venue in Austin’s EDM market, working with local promoters C3 Presents, Scoremore, Disco Donnie Presents, and Transmission Events..."
"...Metalcore/deathcore represents with Norma Jean and Veil of Maya, new-school soul-pop via Kali Uchis (managed locally by ScoreMore’s Claire Bogle), and hail at least one great moniker: Mild High Club...."
"...Fun Fun Fun Fest producers Transmission Events expanded into Dallas and partnered with the Reverberation Appreciation Society to put on Psych Fest – now called Levitation. Also booking beyond city limits, Scoremore, Austin's young hip-hop and dance music promoters, who are extending into the untapped San Antonio market by putting shows on at Backstage Live, rebranding as the Alamo City Music Hall...."
"...• The following weekend, May 2-4, Carson Creek Ranch comes to life again for Austin Psych Fest, slated to reverberate with Loop, Zombies, Black Angels, Brian Jonestown Massacre, Dandy Warhols, Black Lips, and Of Montreal over three days. That Saturday, May 3, local hip-hop and EDM concert promoters Scoremore host JMBLYA at the WhiteWater Amphitheater in New Braunfels..."
"...As the Music Fest approaches, sponsors continue to roll out their events, including the notorious Fader Fort, which just booked Chromeo; the highly secretive Illmore party, co-promoted by Scoremore; Ray-Ban's EDM-heavy Boiler Room concert; TV cook Rachael Ray's day party with Cee Lo, Blondie, and Foxboro Hot Tubs; and the Thrasher Death Match at Scoot Inn. The latter, four days of punk, metal, rap, and indie, reminds me of bygone SXSW happening Mess With Texas...."