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A non-definitive run down of some of the best UK based rock PR agencies

So you’ve decided that the next step for your bands successful music career is to team up with a PR agency? Of course you’ll want to do your own research too, but I’ve compiled a short list of some of the UK’s top PR agencies to help you make your mind up! 500 more words

Three of the best innovative technology based music PR campaigns of recent years

Creativity is at the heart of public relations with social media and technology now being a huge part of PR campaigns, so when the two meet in the middle, there’s some seriously innovative campaigns. 476 more words

Five ways to get your music noticed

Many bands and artists will struggle to be heard and get their music out there. But for up and coming and unsigned bands, there are various ways you can get coverage for your music until you are known enough to afford a reputable PR company to handle that side of things for you! 736 more words

A chat with Steph Knight of Domino PR

Domino PR is a Devon based music public relations company that offers print, online, radio, and television promotion for bands all around the world. The founder and director of Domino PR is Steph Knight who has an eight year background in music. 739 more words

Enter Shikari - the band who made it without PR

Formerly Hybrid, Enter Shikari formed in Hertfordshire in 1999 consisting of front man Rou Reynolds, bassist Chris Batten, drummer Rob Rolfe, and lead guitarist Rory Clewlow. 619 more words

Top 4 Music PR Blunders

Music is one of those things that always has the power to bring people together. Music can make people feel a whole array of emotions and as Bono said: “Music can change the world because it can change people”. 518 more words

Do you really need public relations to launch a successful music career?

The short answer is no, but it helps.

Many bands launched their success thanks to social media. The “Myspace era” band rose to fame on the back of vigorous networking on the website, becoming “friends” with potential fans, chatting with them via their “walls”, posting bulletins promoting their latest shows, and from thousands of people having their songs automatically playing when you clicked on their profile. 556 more words