Music Mags: Who Should You Be Pitching?

September 11, 2007

Today’s NY Post takes a look at the top music magazines.   Surprisingly, Relix, which focuses on the Grateful Dead, Phish and jamband scene, received three stars, ahead of more well known titles Rolling StoneVibe and Blender.  Spin’s publicist must be getting yelled at, as they were not included in the list. 

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Mike Greenhaus is a Senior Editor at Relix, which has branched out beyond jambands:

In 2005 Relix expanded into the Zenbu Media Group, which now includes Relix, Global Rhythm Magazine, Metal Edge, Metal Maniacs, Jambands.com, the Jammy Awards, the Green Apple Music & Arts Festival and a number of other events and custom publications.

Do you have a music client that would be a fit for these publications? Email Mike – mike at relix.com

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2 Responses to “Music Mags: Who Should You Be Pitching?”

  1. reeegan Says:

    To be a viable/respected (music) magazine these days you have to know AND speak to your audience. Spin doesn’t have a clue about either…

  2. timsored Says:

    I haven’t looked at Spin in years. The other day I was enjoying two really informative magazines that had a focus I could really appreciate. (read: not all twenty somethings) Covering bands and songwriters I believed I could actually care about. The magazines were Relix and No Depression. I read about Peter Case, formerly of the Plimsouls, Johnny Rivers and this guy Sam Baker, now a musician who had a bomb blow up directly over his head in Peru in 1986. Wow. Then at home I checked it all out on You Tube…


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