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How to Pitch a Music Blog: Paste Magazine by Paul Corsi
Paste Magazine is one of my favorite online music outlets, and possibly one of the most well-known. They cover a wide range of topics such as music, film, and lifestyles. It is a blog that is a combination of pop-culture, and underground. How can you reach Paste to get your music featured? Here are a few tips.
GLG July Monthly Playlist: Daytrotter - Too Hot To Trot by Bri
When it comes to discovering new music, it doesn't get much hotter than Daytrotter. Green Light Go has an entire "Too Hot To Trot" playlist inspired by artists featured on Daytrotter including: Flint Eastwood, Naked Giants, Holy Wave and more.This article appears in the GLG Monthly Playlist blog.
Do You Have the Risk Tolerance for a Music PR Campaign? by Janelle
Think you are ready to hire a publicist? Learn the six reasons why you should not hire a publicist and what to expect if you do.This article appears in the Green Light Grow blog.
5 Questions to Ask Before Hiring a Music PR Firm by Janelle
Did you hire a music pr firm and end up disappointed in the results?
Read this article to take the guesswork out of finding a music pr company who can deliver results.This article appears in the The Other Side blog.
Paste's Kickstarter Pick of the Moment: The Bonsai EP by Janelle
"It’s somehow simultaneously peaceful and energizing. Lead singer Simone Stevens has an intriguing voice, and when the backgound vocals join her on the chorus, the effect is positively bewitching." - Paste Magazine
Staff Infection: NPR Style by Janelle
Janelle Rogers lets us know what she has been listening to lately.This article appears in the Staff Infection blog.
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