Let's start with your story.

In Pavement's "Cut Your Hair," Stephen Malkmus talk-sings in the second verse "Music scene's crazy / Bands start up each and every day / I saw another one just the other day / A special new band."

Yeah, it can be tough to stick out, especially with an indie slack-rocker belting out at us.

But that's where I can help. I come from the unique position of knowing the ins-and-outs of working in a band while also receiving a shit ton of press releases as a journalist. Given my background in media, I know what sticks and what doesn't.

And I get it: Between schlepping equipment during load-in and load-out, posting updates on social media, and rehearsing throughout the week, writing a bio or a PR kit for your upcoming record might be the last thing on your mind.

Let me know help you, the artist, tell your story — and let's make it compelling.

Drop me an email. (By the way, I'm cheap.)

 

Example?

  Here's Ken Tsuchiya from Mind Health:    Mind: noun \ˈmīnd\    The element of a person that enables them to be aware of the world and their  experiences, to think, and to feel  ; the faculty of consciousness and thought.  Health: noun \helTH\  The state of being free from illness or injury.  Mind Health is a state of mind. It’s a mental place. And it’s music that induces a healthy headspace.

Here's Ken Tsuchiya from Mind Health:

Mind: noun \ˈmīnd\

The element of a person that enables them to be aware of the world and theirexperiences, to think, and to feel; the faculty of consciousness and thought.

Health: noun \helTH\

The state of being free from illness or injury.

Mind Health is a state of mind. It’s a mental place. And it’s music that induces a healthy headspace.