#PointBlankTalent: Get Involved

‘If you are a past or present student of Point Blank Music School, this is the feature for you.’

Working in direct collaboration with Point Blank Music School, this brand new feature – launched October 2020 – is exclusively for showcasing the best new music created by past and present Point Blank students. So why should you get involved? 

Founded in 2017 by lead writer David Croker, Listen to Discover provides high quality, in depth coverage of specially selected new and emerging artists. Never sticking to one genre, but instead working with artists whose music really connects, the range of features offers a unique and knowledge based approach to music journalism. Drawing on my own experiences as an educator and a musician, coverage looks at new releases in a way that proves tracks really have been listened to, resulting in reviews that pinpoint exactly why the music works and why it should be heard by others.  

Started as a solo venture, but now consisting of a growing team of genre specialists, Listen to Discover has to this point showcased more than 300 new artists across interview, review and live music features, as well as more than 1000 new tracks through weekly playlists. Additionally, Listen to Discover regularly achieves four-figure monthly site views and active social media engagement with audiences from the UK, USA and Europe, making it the ideal place for you – the current Point Blank student or alumni – to submit your music to.

To have your music considered for coverage as part of #PointBlankTalent, please get in touch by emailing: submissions@listentodiscover.com, with your name, the campus you were/are studying at, and the track you would like featured. Please note that while all tracks will be listened to, submitting your music does not guarantee it will receive coverage.

I look forward to receiving your tracks and supporting the new artists coming out of Point Blank Music School. 

David Croker
Lead Writer and Founder of Listen to Discover

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