The word “indie” as a blanket term for any kind of “independently produced music” has lost all its relevance – if indeed it had any to begin with. It’s not just that the distinction between production quality of the “majors” and the “indies” is getting increasingly blurry. And it’s not just that the majors have long ago hijacked the term and applied it to their version of edgy and slightly garage-band-sounding rock, thereby confusing everybody – except the real indies themselves. Anyway Indie needs to be promoted. The Indie Music Magazine strives to be a hub for knowledge for the indie music community. Fans and artists alike will find articles of interest. For the music lover IMM will provide album and concert reviews as well as a listing of newly discovered and interesting artists. For the artist we hope to provide articles on music production, promotion, etc.
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