First and foremost, this is a non-profit blog. Any advertising you may see at some point is only to break even on hosting costs. The main goal of this blog is to promote music I like and support the artists. For music submissions, please go to the Contact page.
No part of this blog may be reproduced or redistributed without permission from the article author or blog owner. Tracks are copyrighted by their respected owners and can only be used via their permission. We are not responsible for any legal issues related to tracks posted on your own website acquired from this blog.
Please post removal requests as comments to the respective post indicating the track and your affiliation. You can also contact me by email in the contact form.
If you have any comments, concerns, or problems with the contents of this blog, please contact me through the email above. Content will be removed upon request by the artist or label by sending an email to the content removal email address.
All media posted are for promotional and preview purposes only. All non-linked tracks with streaming only are encrypted to avoid unauthorized downloading of the track. Albums related posts will contain buy now links provided in the entry, though all tracks can be bought at iTunes, Beat Port, eMusic, Amazon.com, and any links provided in the artist page. Most music provided on this blog is either a remix or live version of songs. No full albums are provided by download in this site, songs can be sampled by the built-in music player. Also, any links which expire due to the maximum time limit or lack of usage will NOT be maintained.
It is encourage to buy music and see go to concerts of artists you liked listening to on this blog, for both your enjoyment and the support of the artist. Above all, we all enjoy music and I hope to spread the word as much as possible.
All images used are for promotional uses only. I do not claim ownership of any images posted. When possible, images used will be cited and a link will be available for readers to visit the artist’s page. This link will show up first in all blog aggregators and posts.
Images are taken from the internet and should be respected accordingly. This includes aggregators such as ffffound, tumblr, and other blogs which do not always have obvious or any sources at all, which in that case I will not be able to link your art. If you find that your image has been posted without a credit to you or a link to your page, you can request for me to link you in the post or remove the image altogether by commenting on the post or emailing me directly. I do not claim ownership or copyright of any images posted on this blog, nor will I ever take a sourced picture without sourcing it.
The album rating is out of 10, which will reflect the overall album itself and may or may not be added up in consideration with the track ratings out of 5. If you notice there are not many album reviews that mark lower than 6 in this blog, that is because I strongly believe in providing only music I like on this blog. Why would I write about something bad? Though if the album is atrocious, I might make an exception.
The songs are ranked out of 5 and are compared to other songs of the same genre. When an artist has a very unique genre, it may be compared to other songs within the album or by the artist.
5/5 – Amazing, probably a song I add to the playlist out of the album.
4/5 – Great, I could listen to it again.
3/5 – Decent, I kind of liked it.
2/5 – Kind of the default grade, the song was okay.
1/5 or NA – Either it’s not a very good song or it isn’t even really a song.
Ads will be added or removed depending on costs to run the blog. The point of the blog is not to make a profit, but rather to spread good music and talented artists. I also include affiliate links for retailer links (i.e. Amazon, iTunes) as a less intrusive means to generate revenue, keep that in mind when you click and purchase. With ads, I can break even with hosting and domain costs. If you are interested in having some of your ads on this blog, please contact me with the email at the top. Keep in mind ads will not run all year long.