How To Get Your Music Posted on Blogs

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Over the years, we've shared a few guides on how to get your music posted on blogs, and we've decided to compile the advice. Since Pigeons & Planes started in 2008, a lot has changed in the world of music blogs, but even more has stayed the same. It's still entirely possible to get your music to spread online, but with low barrier to entry and more and more aspiring artists catching on, the competition is at an all-time high. Hiring a PR agency or signing with a label is one way to get heard, but before that happens, it usually takes putting in some work of your own. If you can build up a following on your own, your value increases exponentially. The most common way to make that happen these days is by getting music blogs to support. All you need is a computer, some music, and Internet access. Here's a guide to getting your music posted on blogs.

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  • Maxsur

    I couldn’t read this whole post I just like the pictures of pigeons.

  • Imani Mintz

    great read, now i just gotta call my tat man so i can get this Pigeons and Planes tat lol

  • penda

    i see u reincorporating sections of older articles and combining them with new elements

  • James!

    Can’t wait to see you at this year’s MBO party!

  • Guest

    Very good article, especially the part where you say to get a tattoo… lol… if I tried that, my agent would hate me. Thanks for the advice.

  • Jacky Joy

    Very good article. A lot of good information. Especially the tattoo part lol- My agent would hate me if I tried that.

  • http://barsandtone.bandcamp.com/ Sean Blake

    This article could not have been timed better.

  • http://twitter.com/#!/PancakeMcKennz pancakemckennz

    Yoooo, let me tell you something. I don’t do music, but that “Spell the site’s name/name of writer correctly” — I blew a good chance because I messed up a person’s name. Triple check the messages you send, guys. Seriously.

  • http://twitter.com/#!/PancakeMcKennz pancakemckennz

    Yoooo, let me tell you something. I don’t do music, but that “Spell the site’s name/name of writer correctly” — I blew a good chance because I messed up a person’s name. Triple check the messages you send, guys. Seriously.

  • himslf

    oh god i hated that article!
    no, i’m joking. it was actually a good read/view. big thumbs up to the writer.

    @irunonink

  • MalachiiBooks

    Nice

  • Vino

    I sent a submission last week. Seeing this I hope I didn’t get too personal. Thank you for the advice I will be a lot more careful next time.

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  • http://www.hush-music.net Hush Music Atlanta

    Great article, thanks so much!

  • http://www.hush-music.net Hush Music Atlanta

    How did that work out for you?

  • Vino

    It didnt work too well i didnt get any feedback from them but i think I did too much on my submission.