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  •  The EvO:R Links Section
        The Music Publications Links Section

    Welcome to the EvO:R Ultimate Links Section. This section is dedicated to Music Publications. Be sure to bookmark this section and use it as often as you like. The Featured links at the top of the page have been selected as the best of the bunch by our staff. That doesn't mean anything, but we though you should know. We currently list over 3,000 Indie Bands, 2,500 Music Industry Links, 350 College or Indie Radio Stations and over 5,000 Indie CD's.

    To have your band or Industry service added to our database simply visit the Contact Us section of this website and follow the directions.

  •   Southern Fried Magazine

    Southern Fried is a Southern music magazine and so much more! We highlight fun and culture that makes the South so great! We are very confident that we will not only have a strong baby boomer following, we are also are aggressively targeting college students. Also, unlike other magazines, we are also featuring articles that will appeal to both men and women. Our award-winning writers, as well as our Art Editor, are all in the music business. We are professional caliber. We have contacts with the most famous people in music and the most interesting newcomers. Our in-depth interviews deliver where other publications never have.

  •   Modern Guitarist
    Description: Modern Guitarist is an online magazine featuring news, reviews and articles about the guitar players of today.

  •   Ice Magazine
    (Editor's Note: ICE magazine ceased publication and closed its doors in February 2006. Publisher Pete Howard wishes to thank all of the readers who made ICE's 19-year run so much fun.


    ICE is now presenting music news in an attractive full-color format. Receive a free issue. Another cool music magazine.

  •   Music Row
    Launched in June 2000, www.musicrow.com has become an additional tool for subscribers. The online version of the publication offers late-breaking news coverage, aggregated news, an industry Events Calendar, a daily Press Release section, and a Photo of the Day, among other areas.

  •   Cosmik Debris
    Cosmik Debris returns after a 14 month absence to reclaim its rightful place among the... well.. the billions and billions and billions of online entertainment magazines fighting for your attention.

    In this issue: "Beard rock" stars Akron/Family; XM Radio's resident bluesmeister, Bill Wax; the beautiful and talented Lisa Germano; Gary Pig Gold's best of 2006; Rusty Pipes discusses the I word (impeachment!); Eric Steiner hits the blues festival trail once again; Holly Day kicks off a new column about the trials and tribulations of the modern day poet; and, of course, reviews up the ying-yang! Come on in. We promise we cleaned the cobwebs out of the place.

    Picked as a TOP Site by Staff Writer Frank Cotolo

  •   Jelly
    Published from 1995-2003, Jelly focused on the best in blues, jazz, country, soul and rock'n'roll. Entertaining, knowledgeable articles and reviews that honored the great tradition of (mostly) American popular music, especially the stuff you won't easily find on the radio. This is an achive of all those Jelly articles. From Tracy Nelson to Los Lobos, Willie Nelson to Charlie Mingus - they're all here.

    So, what's "jelly" got to do with it? Jazz musicians sometimes refer to the best part - of a tune, or a meal, or (especially) an amorous encounter - as "the jelly." In other words, the good stuff. And we like to believe it is related to the Mandingo word "djele," meaning a griot or storyteller. At the heart of America's many musics - soul, jazz, country, rock, the blues, funk, rock'n'roll, zydeco, rhythm'n'blues, pop, bluegrass and more - is a sound that is uniquely American while being deeply indebted to musics from around the world, especially Africa and the African diaspora. Listen up.

  •   Chart Magazine
    Launched in 1996 as an online companion to CHART Magazine, CHARTattack.com is Canada's premier music website. Updated daily, the award-winning music information website is the leading online reference for Canada's music fans and industry alike. As the premier Canadian music content supplier to The Canadian Press, CHARTattack.com was the first online service for the Canadian music/entertainment industry. It serves the market with its in-depth coverage of the Canadian and international music scenes. CHARTattack.com was the first in Canada to launch an email newsletter and it provides the only weekly Canadian campus radio chart. CHARTattack.com features music news, CD reviews, interviews with Canadian and international artists, contests and much more. It recognizes that Canadians want to know about their home-grown bands and covers the Canadian scene with an edgy attitude and pushing the envelope with its editorial.

  •   Shepherd Express
    For 26 years the Shepherd Express has been Milwaukee's voice for news, events and culture. With Express Milwaukee, we are taking a bold step into the next phase of participatory media, offering a website with many familiar features from the Shepherd Express plus additional commentary by our most popular writers and opportunities for readers to network and share their own opinions.

  •   Music Connection Magazine
    Published since 1977, Music Connection magazine is a monthly music trade publication catering to musicians, industry pro’s, and support services. Music Connection exists to serve artists and music people, 2to offer connections to the unconnected and to provide exclusive information that can help our readers take their music to the next level. From its unique vantage point, Music Connection magazine sets its sights on every aspect of the business, from decision-making in corporate towers to performing in small clubs. Whether offering expert tips on raw survival or the factors contributing to breakthrough success, Music Connection examines and defines the realities of music making. Founded on the principle of bridging the gap between “the street and the elite,” Music Connection has garnered a solid foundation of active readers with a broad appeal that encompasses the songwriter, publisher, producer, studio manager, agent, attorney, publicist, label executive and, of course, the professional and semi-pro musician. Music Connection never charges a fee for reviewing a band or its music. We value our integrity above all.

  •   Pollstar
    What exactly is Pollstar? Pollstar is the only trade publication covering the worldwide concert industry. We have been supplying in-depth information to every professional concert promoter, booking agent, artist manager, facility executive and every other entity involved in the live entertainment business for more than 25 years. We produce a weekly print magazine for professionals and publish that information daily to the web via our paid subscription site at PollstarPro.com. Our free Pollstar.com website is for live music fans and contains the same high quality information that industry professionals use daily to route their tours.

  •   Bandit A&R Newsletter
    Bandit A&R newsletter has been published continuously, every month, for over 22 years, starting out as a purely paper based publication delivered by post and then adding an email delivered option in 1997. The newsletter is now exclusivsely distributed as a PDF document delivered direct to your email box on the first working day of each month. Trying Bandit's service today will cost you nothing! When you click the JOIN link it will take you to the sign up page at our on-line banking partner, RBS WorldPay. Although you will be asked to enter your card details to set up a simple monthly subscription, NO PAYMENT WILL BE TAKEN until a month's time.

  •   Independent Songwriter's
    Independent Songwriter Web-Magazine began in late 1997 out of frustration from the lack of consistent media support for the independent songwriters who have remained true to their creative goals.

    It has been the mission of this publication to help build networking potentials for songwriters, as well as to educate, inform and promote the works of dedicated tunesmiths who live, breathe and eat their passion for songcrafting.

    Editor's Bio
    Jan Best has written over 250 original tunes. Her music gravitates towards country, folk, and Christian tunes. She has toured professionally and has opened for Kitty Wells, Loretta Lynn, Johnny Paycheck, Billy Ray Cyrus, and John Conlee and the Robby Knievel World Record No-Hands Jump televised event.

    Her popular university course--Songwriting Success--will be offered exclusively at Independent Songwriter Magazine's website, but songwriting is just one of her passions. Jan's poetry and short non-fiction has been published in scholarly publications such as The Great Lake Literary Review, Nota Bene and others. And her plays "Cravings" (winner of the 2004 Korby Award), and "Splinter" (winner of the New Voices 2005 Playwrighting Award) were produced and directed at SUNY Oswego's Black Box Theater in Oswego, New York.

  •   Fix Magazine
    Exampe of what the service is used for: For example the editor of a magazine or news paper needs a photograph of your artist, and they need it ASAP to make deadline. With the FIX service the users have 24 hour access to our high speed server to download the image(s), instead of having the publicist FedEx them.

  •   Hotwired
    The on-line version of Wired magazine. HotWired's cultural coverage has undergone more than its share of changes, paralleling the crazy world of CD-ROMs and multimedia I covered in my reviews and columns.

  •   Berklee Press
    We are the publishing arm of Berklee College of Music. We produce high caliber music instruction books, videos and other products that can help you advance a successful career in music. Please visit our store and check out our growing catalog. Come back often as we add many new titles and features each month.

    Berklee Press is the only publisher of music instruction books and videos based on the renowned Berklee College of Music teaching methods and curriculum. Written by professional musicians, including respected Berklee faculty and alumni, Berklee Press titles enable each reader to learn about the performance, business, technology and songwriting of music on their own turf and timetable.

    Berklee Press is now stronger than ever! We published our first music instruction books nearly forty years ago, and we are pleased to announce the release of an exciting array of new titles for the next generation of musicians.

  •   Metal Hammer Hellas
    Metal Hammer & Heavy Metal, as its full title is, is a monthly publication of 100 pages in full color. The very first issue came out in December 1984. It’s the oldest and biggest magazine of its kind in Hellas (Greece), selling 20,000 copies per month. There is an extra CD, attached to its front cover with every copy, each month. A cool metal magazine from Greece.

  •   RAD Cyberzine
    RAD Cyberzine (Rational Alternative Digital) started out as a small project by Jeff Jolley in 1993. He was heavily involved in various music discussion groups on the Net and also had contact with some bands. People wanted to know more about these bands, and RAD Cyberzine was born. As time went on, Jeff got in contact with more bands, so the magazine grew.

  •   Southbound Beat Magazine
    southboundbeat@yahoo.com
    Ezine, Magazine, Arist Interviews, Cd Reviews, Columns, Music News and More In All Styles Of Music except Rap..

    How To Help The Music Industry Take You Seriously
    I'll be honest, and this sounds bizarre, but A&Rs will understand this. Usually I know whether an artist is worth any salt before I've opened the package. What??? I hear you scream - how can this be? Well, let me just say that an artist who is serious will do it right from the start. The size of the envelope tells me what is inside (whether it is a thrown together CD with a Polaroid photo or a proper press kit with 8x10 photo etc). The return address will tell me a great deal too. Is it scribbled from someone's home address or is it a professional label with a company name?

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