For questions, comments, press inquiries, and freelance rates please email me and mr. bojangles at lisa (at) turntherecordover (dot) com.
Giveaway & Review Requests
I am always happy to support local independent businesses, film, fashion, foodie events, and visual & creative arts projects, so please get in touch via email if you would like me to review your product, service, book, restaurant or event. See below for music related review requests.
Giveaways are also very welcome, so long as the product has some perceived value to my readers. I have worked with a variety of brands on vinyl, ticket, event and other relevant product giveaways over the years – see my about page for a list of companies. My readers are university educated 20 – 40 year olds, equally male and female, urban dwellers who live for music, art, fashion, and travel.
I am now accepting song submissions for consideration for my Song of the Week posts, (and potentially to be featured in other ways, such as for TGIF, etc) but ONLY via the SEND ME YOUR SONGS widget in the sidebar. This allows me an easy way to keep track of submissions and also allows you to get your friends and fans to like your submission and move it up to the top of my consideration list. Do not email me about your song, I get an abundance of these already and they will be ignored. Please use this method only – it currently allows both YouTube and SoundCloud songs to be quickly submitted.
If you want more than just a song feature and are looking for an entire album review, send vinyl and you will get one. Vinyl is the theme of the blog after all. I DO NOT accept CDs, so please don’t ask. That said, sometimes I do make download exceptions for publicists and labels I trust if vinyl hasn’t been pressed.
NOTE TO LABELS/PR PEOPLE: Do not subscribe my email to your e-newsletter – that’s the absolute worst way to attempt to get press for your artist. Thank you!
Live Review Requests
I love covering live shows, so if you would like me to consider reviewing your show, do get in touch, but only after you have read through the blog, understand the style of music I cover and know that you explicitly fit into it.
I have had some emails asking about potential internships. If you are interested in interning with me please send your resume and give me an idea of what skills you are interested in developing. I consider interns from anywhere, not just Toronto, as it is easy to work from home.
If you end up being the right fit, I will teach you everything I know about social media, digital marketing, the music industry and blogging, and provide a charming reference letter.