An innovation born out of a passion for new and emerging music, we aim to provide a platform to rival mainstream media and revolutionise the publication and curation of good music. We have now expanded beyond the sharing of emerging music into a wider array of music from all across the world.
Obscure Sound is an independent music blog formed in February 2006 by Mike Mineo. It has been featured or mentioned in the New York Times, Boston Globe, Toronto Star, The Guardian (UK), The Independent, The Observer (UK), Wired, BBC Radio 1, Stereogum, New York Magazine, and VH1’s Best Week Ever.
TAG // The Artist Group Also, Cobra Starship & Midtown. Love discovering and supporting new artists whenever I can and time permitting. Happy to give free feedback if I am not bombarded. (free is not an option, so i lowered it to $1 and will give anything I earn to charity) xx
We aim to champion bands and record labels that we are passionate about and are overlooked and undervalued by the mainstream media machine. Whether it is post-punk, shoegaze, sludge metal, noise rock, or anything in between, we want to bring these alternative music genres to the fore.
I'm a musician, audio engineer & hardcore music enthusiast. I look for music that you can't THINK to make, you can only create it by being in that inspired creative zone where magic happens. I live on Spotify and have a network of friends who live and breathe music.
I'm a music enthusiast and community builder in Los Angeles, currently booking shows and doing managing artists via Gumball Company. I am a coordinator at Vulf Records and also work with many indie artists doing development, marketing, strategy, and project management.
Feedback & Possible Site Feature. Keep Walking Music is a platform that launched in 2015, and has since showcased local and worldwide talent. We are dedicated to discovering and featuring exceptional artists that we feel deserve a platform in the public eye. We speak Indie Music.
Wolf in a Suit is a fun music blog dedicated to showcasing indie music specially in the pop, rock folk and alternative genre (but we do showcase other genres as well or the variations of the ones mentioned). The aim of the blog is to always put the music first.
NU is Toronto-based Artist Development Label made up of songwriters, producers, musicians, bloggers, photographers and videographers, dedicated to making and promoting art with identity. Our blog posts innovative pop, rock, urban and electronic music along with industry news.
Hi, I have written about music for almost 15 years. My CV includes DRUM Magazine, se7en (sic) Magazine, bboytechreport, Push Power Promo and my own website thenewbeatmaker.com. My tastes range from jazz to house and hip hop and I love helping artists develop their sound.
A&R and Manager at Double Denim/Red Light. Former Pitchfork writer.
Incorporated Canadian music blog, artist mgmt boutique, and record label. (Its founder, Adrian, also writes for Nest HQ.) DETAILED FEEDBACK CAMPAIGN SPECIALIST: Want honest, genuine, thoughtful, and actionable critiques and feedback? Look no further - we've got you covered.
Freelance music person based in the UK. Looking for a more permanent job. Writing for The Line Of Best Fit, When The Gramophone Rings & HumanHuman. Events promotion/booking/digital at New Shapes London. PR/Artists services at vwls. firstname.lastname@example.org
Hi, I'm a female mixing and mastering engineer who offers help and advice to artists and bands that want to make and release records. I also have a new blog called PunkBirdy.com where I explore new and old music made by women to try and bring more recognition to women in the music business.
rBeatz was founded as a blog to celebrate electronic music from all over the world. With a blog team and collaborative mindset, rBeatz has an artistic focus on combining the different musical influences from around the world to create an international music forum.
Looking for beats that transcend the static of music radio? A space that delivers daily music that's researched, written, and shared by a collective of top-quality writers with a focus on unsigned artists? Look no further because you've stumbled upon The Beatforest Music Blog!
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I freelance for Noisey, Paste, and San Diego Reader, and a features writer for a NH paper. I love punk, art-punk, rock, metal, funk, R&B, hip-hop, electronica, DIY, 80s-90s alt, blues, and all shades in between. I tweet at @Radiobites. My work is at https://emilyreily.contently.com/
David Chrzanowski is a music journalist, currently based in Plymouth. He writes reviews, news and conducts interviews for some of the most exciting digital magazines and music blogs. Find his work at: Songwriting Magazine, Turtle Tempo (rated 13th best independent blog by Feedspot), Words For Music
I am a passionate music enthusiast and concertgoer.
Being a supporter of indie artists, The Dutch Guy began to sprinkle in some of his indie favorites amid all the Top 40 records, back when he was doing radio. The audience loved it, and in 2012 he decided to fully embrace his love of indie artists by launching his music blog kickassindiejams.com