Update: We're updating the list in the next few days, so email us your blog now or forever hold your peace. Or at least hold it until the next time we overhaul the thing.
While perusing RFT Music, you may have noticed a section labeled "Links" on the lower right-hand sidebar. This is where we highlight an assortment of St. Louis Music's online goodies: Venues, record stores, radio stations, and, most importantly here, blogs. This spring weather's got us in a cleaning mood, and we'd like to add your blog to that list.
These blogs can focus on any genre [blues, indie, hip-hop, punk, etc...], be photo or video-oriented, center on St. Louis or the national music scene. Band blogs are welcome; we have a spot for that. Ditto message boards. What's a music scene without a little discussion?
Just to be clear:
1. We're looking for blogs pertaining to music, but we've got pretty liberal definitions. If you are a fan, reviewer, photographer, videographer or musician documenting your experiences, we want to hear from you.
2. The blog can be personal. If you run a tumblr, vimeo, wordpress or whatever about music and you do it all on your own, please share your opinions with us and our readers. We are happy to learn about your interest in music.
3. The blog can be professional. We have a spot for those, too!
4. Music must be the backbone of the blog. However, it's okay to have a wider focus. Diversity is fantastic. If you find learning about music culture, eccentrics, or history more interesting than reviewing a show, we still want to hear from you.
To get yourself listed on this site, please e-mail your link with a short description of what you do and who you are to blair[dot]stiles[at]riverfronttimes.com.Thank you!
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