Get Reviewed

Send us your albums!

BC Musician Magazine is always looking for good music to review. We strive to support the artists, readers and lovers of music.

We can’t guarantee every submission will be reviewed, however, as we are committed to supporting the creative and diverse musicians in western Canada we will do our best to give your submission a listen!

Send us your CDs. We really prefer physical copies because digital just gets buried in inboxes. If you are preparing your EPKs, high resolution images of your album art is a really good idea, so please provide links with your one-sheets and be sure to have those images available on your web sites. Also, background information on your music is an essential part of digging deeper into your sound. Please let us know who is involved in your production.

Attn: Album Review
Box 1150,
Peachland, BC V0H 1X0

8 Responses to Get Reviewed

  1. Ashley says:

    We are only planning to release our new EP with digital download cards. Can we mail one of those to you, or must it be a CD?

    • staff2 says:

      Hi there,
      We definitely prefer hard copy since digital gets lost really quickly. Do send anyhow and we’ll do our best. Also please be sure to include bio and press release and liner notes, even if there’s nothing to line. We are regularly amazed to receive releases with zero information about the band nor the album.

  2. kevin holtl says:

    We were wondering if you could do an article on the incredibly interactive open mic scene here in Victoria BC. There are almost too many to count and they are all very amazing. Victoria hosts much amazing home grown and imported talent here within this small city.

  3. kevin holtl says:

    I should add also that it is incredibly diverse

  4. O'Neil says:

    Interested in setting up an album review. Hope to read back.


  5. Cindy Ross Friedman says:

    Would you review a few songs played very unprofessionally and videoed on a cell phone? I just sat down at the keyboard and banged out a few new ones (I could snail mail a flash drive). I used to be a musician/singer/songwriter in Winnipeg 15 years ago, but got a professor gig in Kamloops. I currently play in a Latin cover band (Caliente), but now original songs are coming from who knows where…. Or do you want professional masters? (That ain’t gonna happen). 😉

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