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2015 – Fave Five Metal Moments

Originally published December 31st 2015: Hello folks! Season’s greetings, and all that jazz! Hope you’re doing well, and your festive cheer hasn’t been worn down to a stump by the current pro/anti ‘top ten/five’ internet article grumbles, debates, and rants that have been circulating. It hasn’t? Well, that’s jolly good! Because, guess what! Underground In […]

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Ahead Of The Herd

Originally published December 29th 2015: It has been quite a while since a subject grabbed enough attention to draw an article out of Underground In Prydain. Last time, we posted an overview article on the opinions and issues surrounding PR for underground bands. Some PR campaigns at lower levels can be truly amazing in their […]

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Standing For Attention

Originally published December 27th 2015: The music scene is a noisy place, and with more access to connection between bands and music lovers than ever before, everyone is screaming out to be noticed, to greater or lesser degrees. Traditionally, the role of PR agent involved managing communication between an artist and their public, via press […]

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Hedged bets and clever spreads

Originally published September 10th 2014: In the last post Underground In Prydain discussed the relevance of physical releasing to the unsigned artist. Is it worth forking out more to reach a wider audience after the initial costs of getting your music recorded? There are so many ways in which to invest your funds, with no […]

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Forms of release

Originally published September 03rd 2014: The issues surrounding releasing a new record have long been a bone of contention in the music industry. Many theorise, and with some strong supporting evidence, that people have to hear music before they are even remotely interested in investing in it. This means an artist’s work simply has to […]