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Text Post: What would YOU like to see? posted by clammysax
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  • clammysax (edited 3 years ago)
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    Hey thanks for your input! Sorry I'm just responding now. I get what you're saying, that could be very hard in an isolated area. I would encourage you to research bands from the nearest larger city or from a different part of your region. I understand that each and every town or city might not have a lot going on in terms of music, but I think we should try to keep it reasonably close. That being said, I would love to hear your local artist as well as a couple newly discovered artists that you might find. Bandcamp gives you the ability to search by city. If anything is close enough, it's a really cool way to get into the stuff around you.

    EDIT: I also got some feedback asking about [REQUEST]s where someone can post a city and wait for other users to reply with artists in that area. /u/Teakay, if you want to test out this method, feel free. I would encourage an attempt at your own research first, but if that fails try to follow this format :

    [REQUEST] ["city, ST"] [Pref: "preferred genre"]