Recently, The Houston Press was shocked to discover there is not a separate contact for the music department besides for the specific staff members - who, we learned not too long ago, may not always be around or may leave quite suddenly. So we're fixing it.
God forbid something should happen, of course, but we have now created a new email account independently of the music editors, email@example.com. We encourage our readers to please send us feedback about what you read in print and online, shows and other musical events you think we should know about, story ideas. Please continue to send the editors all your stuff as well, though.
We especially encourage our local musicians here in the area to send us their music. MP3s work best, but we'll take YouTube links too.
Due to the volume of email we're anticipating, we may not be able to reply to each and every one. But we promise we will at least read them.
By the way, we still do have a street address, and encourage feedback and submissions through snail mail too. You can reach us there at 1621 Milam, Suite 100, Houston, TX 77002 (Attn: Music).
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