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Welcome to Unsigned Muso Magazine! Or as we like to affectionately call it – UM!
The music industry can be intimidating, so we’re here to offer advice and share tips from muso’s and industry experts at the top! The first issue is currently being distributed Live & Unsigned live finals throughout the UK! We look forward to announcing distribution points at your local music shops and rehearsal studios very soon! In the meantime, the first 10 people to email email@example.com requesting a copy with their full address will receive a copy for FREE!
In the first issue we have interviews and features with Alled from Kids in Glass Houses, Birdy, J2K from Roll Deep, Sonic Boom Six and many more all offering their thoughts and advice on how to make it as a band or artist in the music industry.
Have something to say? UM is all about you! So tweet and post your thoughts on our Facebook and Twitter (@unsignedmusomag) and we promise to respond!
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- ISSUE 1 LAUNCHED - National
- Unsigned Musicians Magazine We are a new unsigned magazine for musicians in the UK Unsigned Muso and launched our first issue to thousands of eager musicians at music competitions across the country in May. Unsigned Muso Magazine is a free bi-monthly magazine for unsigned musicians written by music professionals. The unsigned magazine offers advice to ‘musos’ throughout the UK and tips on how to make the best of social media. Unsigned Muso Magazine the Magazine for Unsigned musicians The first issue of Unsigned Muso Magazine includes an interview with Aled from Kids in Glass Houses and an exclusive article written by Barney Boom from dance/rock crossover act, Sonic Boom Six. Barney is keen to support aspiring bands and said: “It’s great to see a publication showing support to unsigned musicians and I'm stoked to offer any advice that I can to give a little back. I absolutely encourage reader questions! Hopefully by reading UM bands will get some much needed guidance on how to make the best of their talent.” Unsigned Tips for Musicians Unsigned Muso Magazine plan to work closely with more signed bands and artists in the future, stripping away the ‘fame’ barriers and bridging the gap between musicians at the top and the unsigned musicians or musos that look to them for inspiration. Editor of Unsigned Muso Magazine, Jennifer Le Roux, said: “It is great to be part of such an inspiring project. Having struggled with my own band several years ago and lacking the support we needed, UM is a great way to get some much needed advice and tips to musicians or singers seeking direction and focus.” Music Competition Distribution Unsigned Muso Magazine plan to work closely with music competitions across the UK and took the decision to launch the first issue at the Live and Unsigned finals due to its popularity, attracting more than 40,000 entries per year from aspiring unsigned musicians and therefore distributing the free magazine directly into the hands of the target readership. Director of Unsigned Muso Magazine, Harry Costings, said: “In addition to utilising unsigned competitions to get the magazine out there, we also plan to secure key distribution points with a selection of music shops in each city across the UK.” Unsigned Magazine for Bands and Singers Alike Open Mic UK 2011 winner Hatty Keane is featured on the cover of the first issue of the unsigned magazine for musicians, Unsigned Muso. Jennifer plans to vary the cover page with musicians, bands, singers, acts and solo artists to ensure a clear understanding of its target to all unsigned artists, no matter their instrument or talent, she said: “There may even be an alternative or burlesque special on the cards.” A&R scout and contributing writer for Unsigned Muso Magazine, Ben Price, said: “Unsigned Muso Magazine is a fantastic way for music professionals and signed bands or acts to connect with unsigned musicians offering tips on how to promote themselves from the beginning.” For more information and to get your free copy of Issue one go to www.facebook.com/unsignedmusomag and Twitter: @unsignedmusomag.
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