A couple weeks ago I posted an article called, Top 100 Music Blogs . So what's the difference? Well Top 100 Music Blogs focused more on the actual music and reviews. In other words they were geared more toward actual music listeners where these blogs might be something you would be interested in for staying on top of changes in the industry, learning how to market your music, and learning the name of some of the key players behind the scenes.
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Want to get heard by dedicated music listeners in your genre? Here's a list of the top 100 music blogs. They're in no particular order or sequence of being the best, but I did list them according to their genre to help you sort through them.
I added a brief description, and if you want to send a press kit or track check out their site first and maybe even try to contact a certain writer. (That is how I would do it.)
Music lovers support these sites and a pre-qualification for the list is that
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