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Thank You Cards 

I posted this on social media, but feel the need to include this here as well.

6 months ago today, Cubicle Zombie was released into the wild. Last night, I spent a few hours hand-writing thank you cards to the radio stations that have supported & spun the album....but I ran out of cards about halfway through my list!  Until I really sat down to go through this exercise, I didn’t realize how much support this debut EP from a totally unknown artist has received. 

Have I been too focused on the new album, or too distracted by streams? Too often we get caught up in the numbers and lose sight of the humans behind them. 

For anyone I miss (or who gets a card a little late), THANK YOU for supporting independent music!

Women of Substance 

Last Monday, Good Morning was featured on episode #903 (!!) of the award-winning Women of Substance Radio podcast.  I'll admit that I hadn't heard of WOS before researching ways to get the word out about my album (I was also on somewhat of a self-imposed music media blackout while producing CZ), but I am extremely impressed with the quality of other musicians featured.  Seriously, go check it out!  It's overwhelming trying to navigate the glut of independent music available, and Bree Noble does an excellent job curating up and coming artists.  I will be listening to WOS regularly.  

Just in case you need another reason to check it out, War Paint will be featured on episode #908 on Friday 1/18 and Time Machine will be featured on episode #911 on Friday 1/25.  Very honored and humbled to be featured in such good company!


Alternative Nation Review 

So I've been working with the great people at Independent Music Promotions on trying to get these songs heard, and the first review rolled in this morning.  

I'm still anxious about bloggers critiquing these songs.  But the fact that the very first reviewer (@AndyFrisk) totally gets it, received the message, infers the influences, senses the power... that gives me so much more confidence that this album was worth all the blood, sweat, tears and money.