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The Unsigned Band Review - submit music to industry insiders

The next step for the MySpace generation - revolutionary new website puts unsigned bands in the palms of the Industry's biggest players.

The Unsigned Band Review

New and unsigned bands are finding it increasingly difficult to get their music heard by the right industry professionals that could really get them the help and advice they need.

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Given this, a brand new revolutionary website has been launched with the sole purpose of bridging the seemingly large gap between talented unsigned artists and heavy weight industry decision makers.

The Unsigned Band Review ( has a way for unsigned bands to submit their music to a panel of industry insiders who will provide them with the advice and know-how they need in order to make themselves a more attractive prospect to just these people.

Individuals such as NME Radio's James Theaker, Kerrang!'s Katie Parsons, Sony's ex Head of AnR Olivier Behzadi and even Orange Unsigned Judge Simon Gavin are all part of the team, ready to give emerging talent advice on what record labels are looking for.

Advice from AnRs, stylists, producers, promoters and presenters is all just a click away, making this website the central source of information to a growing base of over 5000 bands.

Compared with the 800,000 bands on MySpace still trying to get noticed, the UBR acts as a very useful filter in putting unsigned bands' music directly in front of people who can help.

On 27 August, 2009, The UBR will hold their very first 'Demo Drop' event at The Fly on New Oxford Street, London, giving bands the opportunity to have their demos passed onto each member of the team - with a guaranteed listen.

Bands set to appear live at the event include Leeds' electro band I Call Shotgun ( and charismatic indie from Minus IQ (

NME Radio's James Theaker will be compeering the whole evening and had this to say:

"Everyone knows that the music business is all about who you know and not what you know, and it's also about being in the right place at the right time. With the UBR taking over one of London's premier live music spots it gives unknown bands the perfect opportunity to meet and interact with top industry professionals in an unparalleled one-on-one capacity. Every young band out there is looking for the quickest route from studio to end product - UBR @ The Fly gives them that opportunity, and of course a review on the UBR website which is visited by industry heavyweights day-in day-out."

Olivier Behzadi added:

"There are so many bands out there who need to get feedback from music industry experts. This is the first of many UBR demo drop nights that will happen in the next year where those who deliver their demo will get feedback from our team of music experts"

Only 150 tickets are available for this event!

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Bands: For a guaranteed review by our panel and a night of great music make sure you bring along your demo with your name, email, band name, and any specific question that you'd like to ask our reviewers- if you have one that is! Pop your ticket in with the demo and we'll get our team of pigeons to fly the demos over to UBR HQ for some hardcore review action!

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