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Wednesday
Feb012017

Jan/Feb '17 Issue Of BRASH! Magazine Available Now!

Jan/Feb BRASH! Magazine Featuring Cover Artists The Last Living

You’ve waited patiently and now its finally here! The Jan/Feb ’17 issue of BRASH! Magazine ft. music group, The Last Living. We are making even more noise in the Indie Scene bringing you more music features, artist spotlights, and BRASHION! segment featuring editorials and style stories.

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Tuesday
Aug182015

Press Release: A Brash! Blog Birthday Celebration

Atlanta, GA – August 18, 2015 - BRASH! – A Music Marketing Blog began in August of 2011 with the notion of providing new/independent artists with music marketing knowledge to help advance their careers.. Since its beginnings, BRASH! has made a grand name for itself by sticking to its original notion along with giving independent artists exposure and displaying how the music industry is gaining innovation. Now celebrating its fourth year, BRASH! is looking to gain more ground to reach a broader audience, provide more content, and fulfill the vision of music marketing in the Indie music industry. “I remember sitting in an office cubicle writing blogs for this corporate company that I had no interest in. Then, I got the idea of writing my own, I wanted it to be helpful, I wanted it to be about music & entertainment, and I wanted it to be BRASH!” says founder/editor-in-chief E. Alexcina Brown. “My goal was to provide an outlet for great artists who were not fortunate enough to have that mainstream exposure.”

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