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10 Best Ways To Promote Your Music.

Branding your music is very important for effectively promoting your music. It helps your music stand out and gives you ways to know your target audience. It also helps when it comes to making new music by giving it direction. What exactly is branding? Branding is
Most Addictive Song (for now) #008 House of Heroes "Colors Run"

Well House of Heroes has always been one of my favorite groups. I love their creativity and willingness to try different themes and styles. I've been listening to their upcoming album for several days now, “Colors” which releases July 1st, and it is quite experimental . It is however a concept album, and a bit to get used to, although it is growing on me the more I listen to it.
Most Addictive Song (for now) #007 Flyleaf "Thread"

It's no secret that I'm a huge fan of Flyleaf. Their music is everything I like. Heavy, catchy, deep lyrics, and a touch of scream. Yes, their new set without Lacy is slightly tamed down, but they still have that edge that I love. Kristen could not have been a better replacement. Her vocals are extremely crisp and still edgy. A perfect choice.
Most Addictive Song (for now) #006 Rapture Ruckus "Mr. Roboto"

Surprise, surprise, a Rapture Ruckus song that's addicting, no way. Yes, yes, ALL Rapture Ruckus songs are addictive, but especially this one as of late. "Mr. Roboto" is all up in my head with nowhere to go and I'm not minding it.
Most Addictive Song (for now) #005 FLAME "Start Over" feat. NF

So what's this week's most addictive song? Thanks to FLAME's recently posted music video, it's his song "Start Over" featuring artist NF. I love FLAME's style but I somehow, regrettably, missed this song. Now I've had this tune trapped in my head all week, and I'm not sad about it at all.
Most Addictive Song (for now) #004 Stellar Kart "All In (Apologize)"

Stellar Kart is back and signed with Inpop and have a new album releasing in August! In case you haven't heard already. Great to hear they've returned with some new tunes. I'm really digging their latest single "All In (Apologize)".
Most Addictive Song (for now) #003 Relient K "Don't Blink"

It seems like an eternity since we had some new music from Relient K. Especially if you are a huge fan like myself. The odds are likely you are too. Relient K always seems to surprise...
Most Addictive Song (for now) #002 House of Heroes "Choose Your Blade"

Brilliant. The first word that came to mind when I heard this song. How does House of Heroes do it? Everything they come out with is so new and fresh. When HOH decides to make a new album they really take it on. They don't just half-heartedly...
Most Addictive Song (for now) #001 The Jellyrox "Rebel Tide" (Coffee House Version)

I've been wanting to do a weekly article highlighting one new or recent song that I've been listening to way too much because it's just so good. So today I'm starting the series with my first pick and it's a song that is so crisp and clean and...
3 Reasons Why A dcTalk Reunion Is A Bad Idea

Obviously this is not something that Jesus Freaks would probably agree with, but hear me out. I've come up with three pretty good arguments as to why dcTalk getting back together is not a good idea. In fact it really would be a bad idea.
Five Most Anticipated Albums of 2013 and One That's Driving Me Crazy

So with March just behind us that puts three months of music already in the bag. We've seen some great releases so far this year like Red, Audio Adrenaline, and Plumb all of which didn't disappoint. So with part of the year's best releases already past us I thought it a great time to write a most anticipated albums article. Way to time an article.



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