We’re changing the way we do things around here.
For one thing, I will be posting at least once a day, maybe more. I will also strive to make this as local as possible.
To do so, I would greatly appreciate your help. As always, we welcome your mp3s. Please send them to me at firstname.lastname@example.org, and I promise we will post them. (Please specify if you want them to be downloadable.) These can be hip-hop, any flavor of rock, any flavor of Latin, country, roots, world music – any style. Consider it an online listening party.
We would also appreciate your news tips – local bands born or breaking up, tour highlights (or low-lights), benefits, record release parties, breakthroughs on the national front, local industry shenanigans, anything and everything. Sure, you already post all that stuff on your MySpace, but why not send it here too, where others might stumble on it? (Again, please send tips to me at the email above, or call at 713-280-2473.)
This city is one big-ass waterfront – five or six million people scattered across hundreds of square miles. We could use all the help we could get in centralizing it here. – John Nova Lomax
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