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The Do Nots Of In Person PR

The Do Nots Of In Person PR

Matt Bacon October 2, 2016 Comments Off on The Do Nots Of In Person PR

Initially I was going to leave this chapter as one section, but then I realized that I talk so much about face to face relationships in this book that I would be remiss in

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Exclusive Interview: Chase H. Mason of GATECREEPER

Exclusive Interview: Chase H. Mason of GATECREEPER

Eli Jace September 25, 2016 Comments Off on Exclusive Interview: Chase H. Mason of GATECREEPER

I meet Chase H. Mason, growler for GATECREEPER, a few blocks from the Nile Theater in Mesa, Arizona where the group’s upcoming tour will end at the one-day fest, Within These Walls. It’s early

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Nick Cave Tries to Deflect His Most Upfront Hurt in New Doc

Nick Cave Tries to Deflect His Most Upfront Hurt in New Doc

Eli Jace September 16, 2016 Comments Off on Nick Cave Tries to Deflect His Most Upfront Hurt in New Doc

  As Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds rehearse Else Torp sings her part on the new song, “Distant Sky.” The camera zooms out the pace of rising mist through the ceiling to show

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Long Term Thinking In The Music Industry

Long Term Thinking In The Music Industry

Matt Bacon September 15, 2016 Comments Off on Long Term Thinking In The Music Industry

The points I’m going to make in this article are going to seem super obvious to some of you and make literally no sense to others. That’s because I’m talking about putting others before

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Why Release On Vinyl?

Why Release On Vinyl?

James Moore August 19, 2016 Comments Off on Why Release On Vinyl?

Why Release On Vinyl? The below feature is a guest article penned by Jessica Kane. Jessica Kane is a music connoisseur and an avid record collector. She currently writes for SoundStage Direct, her go-to

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Dealing With Post Tour Depression

Dealing With Post Tour Depression

Matt Bacon June 8, 2016 Comments Off on Dealing With Post Tour Depression

Post tour depression is a really interesting thing. After three weeks of the stress on tour you find yourself longing for it again after a few days for some stupid reason. Even though weeks

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Beat Poet Turned Mystic Saul Williams Shines on Martyr Loser King

Beat Poet Turned Mystic Saul Williams Shines on Martyr Loser King

James Moore April 13, 2016 Comments Off on Beat Poet Turned Mystic Saul Williams Shines on Martyr Loser King

Review by Jon C. Ireson With Saul Williams latest stream of consciousness, the beat poet, turned mystic, turned rapper, turned icon satire, turned crooner (whew!) has managed to coalesce his strengths in to an

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Industry Expert Interviews – Visionary Artist Shaun Friesen

James Moore April 12, 2016 Comments Off on Industry Expert Interviews – Visionary Artist Shaun Friesen

For the latest installment in our Industry Expert Interviews series we were lucky enough to speak with visionary artist/author Shaun Friesen, who has recently released The Riddle Solver, a visionary buddhapunk prayer that re-mixes technology,

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Iggy Pop Sweats & Burns on Post Pop Depression

Iggy Pop Sweats & Burns on Post Pop Depression

Eli Jace April 6, 2016 Comments Off on Iggy Pop Sweats & Burns on Post Pop Depression

Iggy Pop is the last old gnarled tree standing in the empty field of rock and roll. The flesh on his bones splits like aging oak. His low-lying bellow comes deep from the root. Last

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Why Music Festivals Matter For Your Indie Band

Why Music Festivals Matter For Your Indie Band

Matt Bacon April 6, 2016 Comments Off on Why Music Festivals Matter For Your Indie Band

Oh festival season. To go out in some big beautiful field, do a bunch of drugs, drink a bunch of awful beer, and see a bunch of bands you probably enjoy. This is what

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