Every month, there’s going to be a certain number of reviews. This is one of the things that makes monthly music reviews so enjoyable. Each review is written by someone who’s been there, done that, and knows all about it. So when I see the number of reviews go up, I know it’s time for another month’s review. And with that, the next step is to get rid of the old ones and into the new one. That’s why, each month, I’ll come up with a new and different music review.


Start your month with a new review


In addition to writing reviews, I also like to host live music events. This is where I give my opinions on various bands and artists that play at the location. So here’s a list of the bands and artists that I host in my monthly live event:

All times are EST

1/4/2017 – Three Days Grace

1/8/2017 – Cleveland Orchestra

1/15/2017 – NEON FROGS

1/22/2017 – The Posies

2/6/2017 – RUSH

2/13/2017 – The National

2/20/2017 – The North Mississippi Allstars (TNN) _____________________________ 1. Bruize 2. Jimmy Eat World 3. Eros Ramazzotti 4. Korn 5. Nickelback 6. Ozzy Osbourne 7. Pixies 8. Alice In Chains 9. Linkin Park 10. The Smashing Pumpkins 11. Billy Idol 12. Foo Fighters 13. Rage Against the Machine 14. Jane’s Addiction 15. Marilyn Manson 16……… Total: 15 17………… 19………….. 20……….. 21……….. 22…………. 23……………… 24……. 25……………. 26……………. 27……………. 28……………. 29……………. 30……………. 31…………….


ection 2:30 days of music review

When I started the first ection of my music review in February 2014, I knew that it would be impossible to come up with a good enough review. That’s why, I came up with the idea of having a new popular music artist every day.

On Feb. 20, 2014 – this was when Drake released his third album Views From The 6 – there were 13 videos on YouTube and he had over 30 million views. And we know how much money Drake makes off YouTube, right?

So, I thought that if he gets 1 million views every day for a month (or more), then it would make sense to run him through his entire music career in one year. And what if he gets more than 1 million views per day each time? Then we can say that he has sold 10 million albums!

For an artist like Drake, who has so many people following him on social media, it’s easy to get in touch with them and try to connect with them personally or even promote his content on social media.

With this being my first “monthly” ection of my music review series (which is about to end!), I decided that I wanted to go for a very different format


Who is really making the rules for music reviews?

In the world of music reviews, there are many different players and a lot of different opinions. Some people like to see an opinion from a specific source—like a radio station or even the artist himself. But for the most part, you’ll find that most of the music reviews are coming from people who aren’t industry experts.

Why is that? Because all too often, when you want to write about a music review, it seems like the only way is to go right to the source and ask them to do your writing for you. You can get some pretty good results with that approach but it doesn’t always work out because they may not know as much as they think they do or have been around long enough to have heard everything mentioned in the article. That’s one reason why I like to get my own opinions on topics by reading reviews written by other people.


How do you change the way music review is done?

To write reviews, you have to first decide what kind of music is best suited for your review. There are four different types of music: “musical”, “rock”, “jazz”, and “classical”. Each type of music has its own strengths, weaknesses, and preferences. For example, jazz lovers prefer a more complex sound than rock or classical fans do. This means that rock and classical fans tend to opt for the simpler sound when reviewing their favorite artists.

The main difference between the type of music you choose is the method you use to create your review.

Here are some things to consider: How much do you like writing? Do you want straightforward opinions? Do you want a more personal touch with your readers?

You can decide whether you want an in-depth review or a short one by how much time and effort it takes for you to write your review (and if it takes too much time). If you only have one hour per day (like I do), then it will take hours just to write a quick paragraph about each artist.


The by-laws for music reviews

and reviews of music.

This is something that can be easily done with a website like ReverbNation. Just go to the My Music page, enter your name and email address, and you’re all set to review music. Then, each month I’ll write a new review for different music genres. This way I can cover everything from metal (heavy metal), punk rock (alternative rock), and country (rock).

I have a bunch of artists that I love, so if you have any suggestions for an artist that you think should be reviewed, let me know in the comments section.


How do you think about music reviews?

How do you think about music reviews? How do you decide whether a new artist should be featured or not, and how do you pick who to feature? What appeals to you in the music itself, in the lyrics, how it’s produced?

Music reviewers are often asked these questions. They have to answer them because their job is to write good reviews. You can’t expect a review to be perfect, so they need to find the positives and negatives of each artist. This requires listening to what listeners have to say about an artist, which means that it takes time for someone who has never listened to an artist before (or at least not on this level) to get used enough by his ears.


The important fact to know when reviewing music

: you don’t have to know all about it

If you’re a music lover, you probably love hearing the different opinions on what your favorite artist should be doing with their career. As an avid music listener, I like to hear these reviews.

But there are two things that make the reviews even better. First and foremost, the reviewers do a good job of explaining how they feel about the music they’re reviewing while still giving you enough information to allow someone else to make a decision. Second, when it comes to making sure everyone gets their fair share of the royalties, reviewers will do what they can to get their share as well. In this way, everyone gets something out of this process, and we all benefit from it.


What I like to do in the month of June.

Every month, I get to venture away from my usual content and do something new. To create the music review of June, I had a chance to go on the road with my band. This is one of the things that make our live shows so special and fun—it’s where we can share our music with people and they can see us perform.

The other thing I like to do at this point in the year is to start thinking about the next album release. It always puts me in an interesting mindset when I find myself thinking about what kind of music I want to play next. There’s always a certain type of song that gets stuck in your head once you start listening to it again, and it’s amazing how different every song can be from each other.