Bringing Down The Band is this crazy convoluted idea I had of bridging music and everything surrounds it into some major entity, or sorts. Not only a new aged independent distributor of dopeness for worthwhile artists to be heard, but also some sort of a representation of what we, as artists, may feel is worthy of paying attention to in the culture that surrounds us. Whether this content be funny, creative, positive, clever, intriguing, or a mixture of the aforementioned, the music, art, and information shared on this site is a representation of my idea in some way. I cordially invite you all to take part of it.
With all of that being said, Bringing Down The Band is more than just a website; it’s a lifestyle. The blog focuses on sharing music and happenings going on in the city of Indianapolis, my home, as well as anything that is felt to be a good representation of the site. We at BDTB view art as a necessary part of society, and this is our way of sharing it to everyone that may not have the avenues, or addiction, as we do. I, as well as all of the other editors, have no intent on posting everything that is submitted, or that we run into that is perceived hot at the moment; unless it is truly worthy of being posted. We’re looking for quality over everything, and you can hold us to that. This is a place for me and my colleagues to express our creativeness in what we like and enjoy, and we hope that there are people like us out there that enjoy it. If you are interested in being a part of this idea somehow, or have a business inquiry, feel free to contact me.
There are many artists and groups affiliated in some way with BDTB, especially in the Indianapolis community, and you can expect many releases, events, and other great things in the future, as well as the growth and expansion into something greater than what you see today. I consider this part of my life work, and I invite you to be a part of it with me. And hey, please tell your friends.
Find out more about me, the founder, here, and learn more about each of us by hitting the links on the contact page. Thank you for taking the time to learn a little bit about my idea!