Mix It All Up is an independent, UK based music blog that talks about both established/upcoming bands bringing you music news, reviews, interviews and photographs from across the South of England and beyond. We recently added a dedicated part of the blog to instrumental music (ambient/post rock/down-tempo) to cater to our love for music that doesn’t need words to tell a story. Forever a one person “team” run, created and cared for by Nikki (@_ModernWay_).
“Yet another music blog though?” I hear you ask… When we created Mix It All Up, we wanted to make a site that we, personally, would want to read. We want to cover bands that we think are worthy, not just because they’re considered “cool” amongst the masses.
Mix It All Up on social media – come join in the fun!
- Tumblr (we don’t post to Tumblr anymore, but our archive pre-2017 can be found here)
- Instagram We post photos from upcoming concerts and from our archives here. Many unseen photos from the past surface here too!
For bands, management, PR or anyone else interested:
Mix It All Up happily accepts submissions and we review bands tracks, EPs and albums.
We generally do not cover: Pop-punk ( to clarify, music for fans of Paramore, Panic! At The Disco, Fall Out Boy, Green Day, Funeral For A Friend…), metal, folk, country, commercial pop… But anything other than that is a go.
E-mail enquiries and submissions must be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com (response not guaranteed) or you can also submit to us via SubmitHub (response guaranteed) to be seriously considered. Any requests sent via social media will be deleted.
Want to submit a feedback request? You can also find us on HumanHuman!
Our media kit is updated a few times a week and is also available on request.
All photographs featuring our ‘©Mix It All Up’ watermark are our own, so please do not redistribute any photographs posted on this site elsewhere without agreeing with us first (we don’t bite!), otherwise we will file DMCA complaints regardless. We do not tolerate photo theft in any capacity. You can find out more info about what you can and cannot use regarding online imagery here (UK). If you would like to use any of our photos, please e-mail us and we can discuss this further.
All other photos are from Pexels or Pixabay (pre-2018). We take band artwork/press photos from respective press releases/social media and it is credited where applicable, but if you would like anything removing for any reason, please don’t hesitate to contact us and we can remove said image or come to an agreement regarding this.
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