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In today’s competitive world of indie music, it takes more than just strong PR to elevate the status of a growing band. That’s why we back up each of our publicity campaigns with release planning, bio and EPK creation, social media and booking strategy building, as well as one-on-one support to help our artists get the most out of each release. Read more about our process here.
From our offices in the heart of Portland, Oregon, we cultivate long-lasting relationships with bands, music journalists, bloggers, radio deejays and others, bridging the gap between the music we love and eager ears around the world. We promote singles, EPs, full-length albums, videos and any combination thereof at affordable rates.
Our small team takes immense pride in promoting music by some of today’s best musicians, spanning a wide array of genres, including indie rock, alt rock, indie pop, emo, post-hardcore, jazz, folk, americana, outlaw country, garage, rock n’ roll, post-punk, art pop, punk, and post-rock.
Our two standard packages include a phased release approach, which begins with securing an exclusive premiere on the highest-profile publication possible. Next, we reach out to local print, blogs and radio for shares, features, reviews, show previews, and interviews. Our campaigns end with a push out to our contacts at national publications in the US, UK, and Canada (along with a few others scattered around the globe) and select tastemakers on social platforms like Soundcloud and Tumblr.
Though we are based in beautiful Portland, we work with bands from all over the world. Presently, we have active projects with artists in Brooklyn, Berlin, Los Angeles, Sweden, Vancouver, Miami, Denver, San Francisco, Oakland, Santa Barbara, Seattle, Portland, Olympia, Lexington, Springfield, Kansas City, Missoula, Detroit, Columbus and Phoenix.
Send us a note. We’d love to hear about your project.
Notice: We are proud to only work with bands who do not use language or imagery that objectifies women.
Likewise, submissions from artists whose work is degrading to anyone based on race, gender, sexual orientation, age, or uses hate speech of any kind will not be considered.