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GLG May Monthly Playlist: May We Know Them

Green Light Go continues with our series of monthly Spotify playlists. "May We Know Them" is an all-female playlist inspired by music publication American Songwriter and Mother's Day, packed full of strong women with strong sounds. "Here's to strong women. May we know them, may we be them, may we...  

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The Big Takeover Premieres Screamfeeder, "Shelter"

The Big Takeover has the exclusive premiere of the upcoming Screamfeeder album release, Pop Guilt. Don't forget the official release date is June 23, but here's something to hold you over in the mean time. See the full premiere here. The Big Takeover premieres the punchy and crunchy, but nimble and lyrically...  

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Bandcamp Features Naomi Wachira

  Bandcamp Daily interviews Naomi Wachira about her new album Song of Lament to be released June 2, 2017. The interview with afro-folk singer Naomi Wachira delves into why she created the album, how the world around her affects her music, and what she wants people to get from her music.           "What do you...  

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Outsmart Magazine Features Colonial Blue As Cover Story

Outsmart Magazine features Houston's Colonial Blue on the cover of their latest issue. The interview with singer and guitarist Stephanie Rice talks about her experiences with coming out, leaving home, and how music helped every step of the way.  What was it like getting up on stage to tell your truth...  

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Impose Magazine Premieres New Quicksilver Daydream Album

Impose Magazine premieres Quicksilver Daydream's new gothic folk album Echoing Halls, due out June 16. The album can be streamed in full right now on Impose.                "It tells the tale of overcoming your limits and self-reliance, which is a lesson that is definitely important for everyone." - Emily Chu You can hear...  

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How to Pitch a Music Blog: The Wild Honey Pie by Paul Corsi

How does your favorite band make it into your favorite music blog? That’s a great question. Trust me when I say that there is a lot more that goes into securing a placement in today’s top blogs than simply writing, recording, releasing, and sending in your music. 

This article appears in the Green Light Grow blog.

Flagship Romance Announces August 4 Album Release by Paul Corsi

The upcoming release from Florida duo Flagship Romance consists of songs that were pointedly and subliminally inspired by their quest to overcome and face corrosive fears and make amends with a guarded past.

No Depression Reviews Scott Fab's Album Leave My Friends by Anja

No Depression reviews Scott Fab's album Leave My Friends that was released on April 21st.

The Big Takeover Premieres Screamfeeder, "Shelter" by Paul Corsi

The Big Takeover has the exclusive premiere of the upcoming Screamfeeder album release, Pop Guilt. Don't forget the official release date is June 23, but here's something to hold you over in the mean time.

The Yorks Announce August 18 EP Release by Paul Corsi

The upcoming self-titled debut EP from The Yorks is a sweeping mixture of indie rock beats and acid-induced grooves wrapped together with a charming psychedelic bow. 

Bandcamp Features Naomi Wachira by Anja

Bandcamp Daily interviews Naomi Wachira about her new album Song of Lament. The interview with afro-folk singer Naomi Wachira delves into why she created the album, how the world around her affects her music, and what she wants people to get from her music.

Ask a Publicist: What to Do When That Music Journalist Goes AWOL by Janelle

You may be thinking that if a journalist likes your music, he or she should just write about it. Unfortunately, it’s not that simple. Read on for three reasons why an interested journalist may have gone AWOL.

This article appears in the Green Light Grow blog.

Should That Music Promotion Firm Give You a Deal? by Janelle

You’re a musician with not a lot of money, but you really want to hire someone to handle your music promotion. You don’t think you can do it without the professionals so you’ll just ask if they’ll cut you a deal, because, y’know, you’re a struggling musician.

If this sounds like you, read on to find out why a bargain publicity campaign isn't always in your best interest. 

This article appears in the Green Light Grow blog.

"What Am I Supposed To Think?" - Whetherman by Paul Corsi

Red Barn Studio Live sessions is made possible by various creatives in the Northwest Arkansas region.

GLG May Monthly Playlist: May We Know Them by Emily

Take a listen to this month's playlist, comprised of all female artists featured in music publication, American Songwriter. Packed full of strong women with strong sounds, feat. Angel Olsen, Lucius, Margaret Glaspy, and GLG's own Bonsai, Lauren Marsh, Merry Ellen Kirk, and Victoria Canal.

Screamfeeder Announces June 23 Album Release by Paul Corsi

The 7th studio release from Australian indie rock band Screamfeeder, Pop Guilt, takes on 90s post punk with infectious modern melodic pop.

How To Engage With Your Fans by Paul Corsi

It's important to engage with your fans, but is social media the only place you can do that? Read on to find out a few other ways you can add to your list of marketing tools. 

This article appears in the Green Light Grow blog.

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