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RockmusicRaider Playlists

Howdy, Fans and Friends! Did you know?

RockmusicRaider features music-only playlists on Spotify, and on YouTube for those mini-movies, people call clips.

Just click on the RockmusicRaider homepage link and head over to the playlist section. Fire one of them up and let ‘er rip.

Oh, and give us a like or twenty, follow us and subscribe whenever you can. Those are always great motivators. And we need a ton of that to sweeten our hard toil of unpaid labor.

For those of you who don’t feel like surfing around the metallic realms of RockmusicRaider at this time, just … [...] Click to raid more!

6 Hints to get your Promo noticed for review!

RockmusicRaider - Music Promotion, hands on piano - 6 Hints to get your Promo noticed for review!

So, you have created your album, put it on your internet site, and – nada. Next day? Still nada. And you start to quietly wonder how you could get help to let this ignorant world know that you just created this stellar material.

Well, review sites – like RMR here – are one of the venues you have to gain many more fans and supporters on this cold, cold internet thing. These sites usually offer free or paid, bona fide1) feedback on the stuff you produce. And this might – just might – incite these readers to buy your … [...] Click to raid more!

Eluveitie @ RMR – A Shoutout!

Eluveitie 2021

If there’s one band on the RMR beat that got extensive coverage, it is – for sure – the Swiss band Eluveitie. An outfit that appeared out of nowhere in 20021) and broke into real fame by the time the 2008 piece Slania hit our turntables. An enigmatic and sometimes downright excellent band that that didn’t always get good rates from this ‘zine during its 20-year career. But the band around Chrigel Glanzmann continues to fascinate those deckhands @ RMR, so future coverage is literally ensured. And besides, a ‘zine like ours is supposed to be critical and … [...] Click to raid more!

RMR’s Rating System Explained!

Bullseye - Perfect Rating

You’ll truly find a gazillion of different ways to slice and dice a record. It seems to me that every blog, webzine, or magazine has its own rating method or none at all. Some count to 10 points for their ranking. Others still sport those terrible star things or go for the five-point system.

And – again – others go for the same solution but with half-point ratings in between.1) The accountants and die-hard statistical nerds will probably fancy the count by the hundredth. Easy for the percentage count. But bitch, please.

And RMR?

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