Mix It All Up is a music blog which talks about signed and/or unsigned bands. Bringing you music news, reviews, interviews and photographs from across the South of England and beyond.
We started Mix It All Up to give exposure to new and upcoming bands, yet not forgetting the already established. We have a rather eclectic taste if we say so ourselves, covering anything from indie to punk, electronic to post-punk and everything in between. The list is definitive but all the good stuff can be found here in one place.
“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. There are only magazines/webzines/blogs that partially cover exactly what we wanted to see and so here we are today!
Mix It All Up on social media – come join in the fun!
- Tumblr (we don’t post to Tumblr, 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 worldwide.
If you are an artist and submitting your music to us, then we aim to listen to everything we are sent at least once, but due to the amount of e-mails we receive, we cannot reply to everyone. If we like you, then we will write about you though.
E-mail enquiries and submissions must be sent to email@example.com or via SubmitHub to be seriously considered. Any requests sent via social media will be deleted.
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, otherwise we will file DMCA reports as you have been warned.
All other photos are from Pexels or Pixabay. 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 come to an agreement.