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 Everett True

how to get featured on a music website, pt 4

Most everything is fractured. This is good.

 Everett True

10 Songs for Halloween

I’m going to have nightmares tonight.

 Everett True

15 Most Read Entries on Collapse Board, 06.05.11 – 12.05.11

“How am I going to feed my family now? How am I going to afford my casual drug habit? Chris Martin must pay!”

 Everett True

how to get featured on a music website – part 3


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Why not cut out the middle-people and get the professionals to do it straight? Not only are we cheaper, we’re also better at it.

 Everett True

10 Most Read Entries on Collapse Board, 28.04.11 – 05.05.11

Nice to see two album reviews and an interview in there. It indicates people are starting to read Collapse Board outside our immediate circle of Facebook and Twitter followers. Oh, and for those of you still wondering about the monetary value of being featured on CB – Boo Frog, one of the featured bands in […]

 Everett True

addenda to ‘how to get featured on a music website’

We LOVE bribes here at Collapse Board, the more straightforward (i.e. cash) the better.

 Everett True

Song of the day – 335: Boo Frog

Damn. Why not?

 Everett True

how to get featured on a music website


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Sure, we’re open to bribery here at Collapse Board. Isn’t everyone in the music industry?

 Everett True

Song of the day – 129: Ouch My Face

Let’s stick with the raw-assed rock for now. After all, it was what I (mostly) made my name championing. Here’s something sweet – all squealing and implied menace, like a partially-stuck pig given the keys to the abattoir and the opposable thumbs to use them; or a breakaway sect of Babes In Toyland fans let […]

 Everett True

Song of the day – 128: Boo Frog

Despite the assertion from the editor of Mess And Noise that my blogging is all “NME this, or Franz Ferdinand that”, my desk seems to be currently sadly bereft of new releases from major labels, or even major indie labels. Instead, I’m reduced to scrabbling around among the scrag-ends of cultural abandon – or, as […]