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Old 02-19-2009, 06:17 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Professional Music Critic Services

Hello, my name's Matt Keefer and I write the "Triple Play" segment for the Mercury (google "Newport Mercury"). I'm putting together my own little website/project right now, and I could use some CD review samples. This is what you get:
A 200 word music review, graded on 5 stars.
Free posting on my website, when I get around to building it in late March/ April.

What I get:
A copy of your full-length CD (with publishing date; only within the past year, please),
A bio of your band, and where you're located,
Name of record company that put the CD out,
Your band's website, also preferably a vendor where you can purchase the album,
Posting your band on my proposed website,
All the band stickers/pins you want to throw at me.

I can only take so many submissions, and my priority is to review a few national and RI bands first; as such, I'm taking albums on a first-come first-serve basis. I'm looking for small local bands especially in the New England region, though I'm open to the rest of the 50 states; if you happen to be Calexico or Motion City Soundtrack, I'll grudgingly accept your submissions. I can't post my current MySpace site with less than 15 posts here, but message me, and I can get you to a couple samples of my writing. Thanks!
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Old 02-19-2009, 07:18 PM   #2 (permalink)
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