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Hey everyone! We got Junk a DJ spot on Mind Over Matter Radio with Rick Cross! All of the details are still in the works, but keep an ear to the ground for updates. Holla at ya boy David Juknelis!
We had our first radio airplay last night during the Rick Cross Show on Mind Over Matter Radio. It was so exciting! Rick played "Not Afraid" and "Regenerate", and next week he's going to play some of our other music. Callywood Music will also be playing our music starting Monday. We've been submitting our press kit to all kinds of new opportunities, mostly radio and journalistic press, trying to beef up our presence in the music world. As a band, we're newborns, and we're already crawling! We've got lots of new music: baked fresh daily! Special thanks to Rick Cross and Mind Over Matter Radio, Lisa Salio, and all of our fans! Links to Mind Over Matter Radio and Callywood Radio are below: https://www.facebook.com/MindOverMatterRadio http://callywoodmusiconline.com
Digital Discourse needs a written review for our press kit. We'd also like to know what everyone thinks of our music. We just started this project at the end of 2012, and it has come so far in such a short time. I'm really excited about all of the music we're writing and all of the music to be written. It seems like I write a song for this band everyday, and I haven't had this much fun with songwriting in a long while. And the union of our styles is interesting, to say the least. Junk and I are both singer/songwriters, but I lost the "singer" half of that title and my guitar skills to MS a couple of years ago. So I do what I can in the songwriting department, and Junk just rocks all-around as usual. So we need a written review of our music. If you're a fan and a writer, lend an ear and your pen; we need your words! Your review could be our first review!
It's been 2 weeks since the birth of Digital Discourse, and we couldn't be more proud. I've started a couple of bands, and have never felt so quickly the cohesion I feel with this project. And we're writing all of our music through e-mail communication, which is a first for me. I didn't expect to have so much fun with this project. I guess I didn't think we could be a "real" band without a common practice space and beer swilling jam sessions. I've never been happier to be wrong. Happee Holidaze, people!