The Indy In-Tune Blog

Covering you from the front row, to backstage, and right out to the alley behind the club.

M.O.R. Episode 3 -- Michael Dryburgh

By: Ben Cannon, Bram Epstein, and Darrin Snider -- Sunday, June 6, 2021
This week we welcome comedian and musician Michael Dryburgh, host of Mixed Tapes with Mike... (Read Full Article)

M.O.R. Episode 2 -- Ian Thomson

By: Ben Cannon, Bram Epstein, and Darrin Snider -- Sunday, May 23, 2021
Our discussion with Ian Thompson, organizer of the Mile of Music Festival... (Read Full Article)

M.O.R. Episode 1 -- Mark Kelly

By: Ben Cannon, Bram Epstein, and Darrin Snider -- Sunday, May 16, 2021
A chat with Mark Kelly, radio personality and host of the MK Music Marathon... (Read Full Article)

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  • Local (Indianapolis-based) acts always have priority.
  • Visisting acts playing a bill with one or more local acts are also considered.
  • We generally don't like to repeat content found on other sites. If your request already has a lot of coverage on other sites, it will be considered low-priority unless you can give us an exclusive angle.
  • For obvious reasons, we don't do solicited album reviews, though we do appreciate you letting us know when you have a new release. Consider coming in and talking about the album yourself live on the air or a podcast.
  • All of our staff writers are unpaid enthusiasts. All requests for blog posts are entirely at their descretion.
  • As such, they generally need a lot of lead-time to put something out -- we're talking weeks of lead time, not hours.
  • That said, individual authors have full authority to ignore the following guidelines and write whatever they want ... if you can convince them to.
  • In addition, feel free to write your own post and submit it for posting as a "guest blogger." Those almost always get accepted.
  • Finally, regional or national acts submitting without meeting the above guidelines are generally ignored. We're not trying to be dicks, but if you send us a generic form-letter with your press release, and it doesn't even remotely concern a local artist or event, then you're not part of our core focus.