MuzikReviews.com Partners With New Indie Music Magazine Fabricoh
Longtime online indie music review zine MuzikReviews.com is partnering
with a new in print and online bi-monthly magazine called Fabricoh.
Boston, MA, December 05, 2012 -- Longtime online indie music review zine
MuzikReviews.com is partnering with a new in print and online bi-monthly
magazine called Fabricoh. Both sites have similar styles and beliefs in
the way things should be presented. The digital age has its advantages if
utilized properly however when it comes to new music and bands that do
not get the exposure they deserve, it takes a little extra effort to get
the word out. Both sites believe that combining the old with the new is
the best road to travel.
Fabricoh translated from Latin, means to create, to fashion, to forge
something where there was nothing before. That is the intent of both
sites and the partnership they are building will create just that. The
new indie magazine believes in the things that are tangible such as vinyl
LP’s and CDs and MuzikReviews.com has always supported indie and major
artists in all formats through their reviews. The match up was perfect.
The first issue of Fabricoh is set to launch in mid-January and it will
feature stories, interviews, and reviews of artists that not only deserve
the spotlight but are given an open forum to discuss their history and
their music. The magazine will feature reviews from their own staff and
those from MuzikReviews.com as well.
The two sites have also combined to offer indie artist a great
opportunity for a guaranteed placement of a review in the magazine and on
both websites. And there are many more exciting services and offerings in
the works prior to the first launch. The very first issue of Fabricoh
will include the download of a sampler titled “The Shortlist.” Indie
artists are encouraged to submit an MP3 of their best track for inclusion
to the maiden sampler at the Fabricoh dropbox set up on Soundcloud.
MuzikReviews.com has been online since 1998 with over 2.300 reviews on
the site and over 600 other pages that offer concert reviews, giveaways,
articles and more. Fabricoh intends to leverage all of those years of
experience to help indie artists and grow their new magazine. It will be
distributed on a global platform and the site is taking pre orders for
subscriptions currently and featuring recent reviews.
There is a lot of excitement in the air right now in the world of indie
music and one of the pioneers of the online media world is joining forces
with the young and vibrant to form a partnership that will be creating
new inroads to helping independent music.