Heavy Electronica act Synesthema is streaming a rare track, “Apollo’s Voyage” here at Ghost Cult Magazine. The song comes from the upcoming C Squared Underground Music Special compilation, releasing on digital DSPs and Bandcamp via C Squared Music on September 17, 2021. Highlighting internationally known artists, and rising underground talents, the compilation features Lindsay Scoolcraft, Duncan Evans, Torn Between Two Worlds, Gaia Guarda, The Inferno Doll, Lycanthro, Herr Nox, Chalk Portraits, Spacegoat, and others covered here in the past on these webpages. Synesthema’s chill, but moody dark electronica has a total evil dance club in The Matrix-vibe to it, and forms a nice contrast ot the other music on the comp. Check out “Apollo’s Voyage” from Synesthema now!
JUNO-Awards nominated singer/songwriter Lindsay Schoolcraft has teamed up with fellow Canadian Gaia Guarda to release “I Didn’t Break”, the first single off of the upcoming C Squared Underground Music Special compilation. Both artists bring their distinctive, but contrasting talents to the track! The compilation will be released on Bandcamp on September 17th 2021 and features clients and comrades of C Squared Music a new company formed by Corinne Westbrook and Curtis Dewar that helps bands with their promotion, marketing and sales. The compilation is the first album to be released under the new company’s name.
Time for another Music Marketing Challenge, co-sponsored by Ghost Cult Magazine! The 13 Day PR Challenge is led by music industry experts and working musicians in the business! We will cover lessons on all the areas of social media from the major networks, how to optimize what you already have, and how to get more followers, creating content, and even how to successfully use ads on social media. Best of all, the challenge is “name your price” and all it requires daily is a 15-30 minute investment of your time.
Time for another Music Marketing Challenge, sponsored by Ghost Cult Magazine! The 13 Day PR Challenge is led by music industry experts such as Curtis Dewar (Dewar PR, Dumb and Dumbest Podcast ), Keefy Chachkes (chief editor of Ghost Cult Magazine, social media expert, BDWE Media Marketing & PR), musical artist and motivational speaker Gaia Guarda, Monica Strut (music marketing guru and vocalist of The Last Martyr), Cori Westbrook (band manager/ journalist at Metal Injection), Keith Morash (Infecting Cells PR), and journalist and musical artist (Turkey Vulture and Owl Maker) Jessie May of Alternative Control, they will cover all the bases so you can learn to promote your new album or single!
To celebrate the holiday’s the Music Marketing Mixer group has released a MASSIVE playlist of some of the best up-and-coming musicians in the hard rock/metal scene. The five and a half hour playlist comes from the members of the group, which is free to join on Facebook, provides music industry marketing advice from industry experts, coaching, free webinars, and coaching for bands and solo artists. Brought to you by The Dumb and Dumbest Podcast, BDWE Media, Dewar PR, Dropout Media, and Ghost Cult Magazine, the group is free to join at this link here. The playlist has over 60 tracks and includes tracks from artists such as Lindsay Schoolcraft, King Gorm, Caustic Casanova, 20 Watt Tombstone, The Inferno Doll, Duncan Evans, Alpha Bootis, Gravehuffer, Gaia Guarda, Casket Robbery, and many more! Jam out to the list here.
Montreal’s Gaia Guarda (UIriel) is looking to make her mark with her neoclassical/trip-hop/’darkwave debut release, Anatomy of Fear – releasing this week, November 6th, 2020. Featuring guest appearances by drummer Rocky Gray(ex-Evanescence) and her Uriel bandmates Jessica Ricard on cello and violinist Ariane Paquette on violin, Guarda has also worked with fellow harpist Lindsay Schoolcraft (ex-Cradle of Filth) on the non-album track, “I Didn’t Break,” a special bonus perk that was sent out to supporters of her crowdfunding campaign that launched this release. We are super stoked to highlight this emerging talent today on our site with a full album stream of Anatomy of Fear. Purchase and stream the album here: