Promoting Music through Social Media And Advertising are not the only way to get unheard music discovered here are Some Tips To Get Unheard Music Discovered Through Writing And Online Reviews of your Music.
People are looking for ways to promote their music online but are usually not very good (nor highly credible) at writing about their own music. maybe this is because they can’t find a good definition for it, or maybe it’s because perhaps no two people really experience a piece of music in exactly the same way. Finding time to write music and write about the music you have made can be quite time consuming… Luckily a service can be provided that will help get their music discovered easier through music reviews.
What is the sound of one hand clapping (remember that from the Simpsons episode, “Dead Putting Society”)? We can of course think the same way about music; if nobody has heard it, then how do you explain it to someone so that they will listen to it? And really, as a music customer (or customer of anything, for that matter) do you believe everything the owner/seller tells you about his/her product?
Having your music reviewed, and then publishing the review is a proven way of getting new music discovered…and if you need an expert review I can help you out with that, as I am not only an artist (www.reverbnation.com/timmedrek), but also I have written reviews for many up and coming artists on such sites as Music XRay, Reverbnation and NumberOneMusic, as well as in “private practice” self-employed…I do have the ability to accurately and persuasively describe music. In fact my most recent review client said exactly this after receiving the review of his entire new album release:
“Hi Tim, You have done a great job!!! I love the way you explained my music into words.”
This client hired me because he said he “ran out of words” trying to describe his own music
If you need a professional music review I can help for a small fee get your music reviewed and heard, and help find new fans for you. Check out my music review service and marketing service. I also have a service to help your musical creative process get moving again if you are stuck.
See my page here (I go by the name MusicMaker when providing services through GigCrafters):