Hey where should I send my band's rekkid?

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Colour me badd. I was being more facetious than serious, but it seems like most indie labels these days have that "closed" sign on their Interwebnet doors.

In order not to lead ZR astray, I went back and checked--Thrill Jockey and Drag City def do not accept demo's. Can't tell with Carpark and Mush, Chocolate Industries does take them. And I didn't get a chance to look long enough to see if Morr does--they have a weird website. Matador doesn't accept them, Mute does. And, uh, that's all I'm doing to atone.

Jubalique die Zitronen (juicefriend), Thursday, 15 February 2007 17:05 (fifteen years ago) link

yeah don't worry about it - we've got a list of places, just wondering if there were any y'all might know about that i hadn't considered. no big deal. hadn't realized that about cdbaby & itunes; that's definitely worth a shot.

ZR (teenagequiet), Thursday, 15 February 2007 17:56 (fifteen years ago) link

famed washington post reviewer mark jenkins says "clearly [my band] is not built for mass appeal" what the hell else kind of buzz would someone need?

I know you're being half-facetious, but one thing I've definitely learned is not to overestimate the power of a single review.

Shadowcat (A-Ron Hubbard), Friday, 16 February 2007 00:44 (fifteen years ago) link

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