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If you think that your music is within Exposé's sphere of focus, send a copy of the release (CD, LP or demo tape) along with bio or other information to any member(s) of our current writing staff. Please contact them by email first, to make arrangements and get the mailing address.

  • Jon Davis expojon (at) majipoor.com
  • Paul Hightower phightower5750 (at) gmail.com
  • Alessandro Michelucci a.michelucci (at) fol.it
  • Henry Schneider hschneider3 (at) gmail.com
  • Peter Thelen ptlk (at) expose.org
  • Pam Thompson fishtude (at) cal.net

Often we are swamped with independent releases and can't get to them all. However, we do our best to try and get to everything that comes in. If your submission is reviewed you will receive email notification and a link to the review.

Note: All items for review should be accompanied by a letter or a bio. Items received on cassette or on CDRs will be assumed to be demos.


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Previously in Exposé...

Present - Barbaro (Ma Non Troppo) – Present has a history of making macabre movie-soundtrack music since their first album Triskaidekaphobie was released in 1980. Their ninth record is accompanied by an essential archive DVD featuring...  (2010) » Read more

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Semiramis - Dedicato a Frazz – Originally released on the rare Trident label, Semiramis have a very high reputation, and with good reason – their only album is a superb classic, and one of the most essential of the 70s...  (1995) » Read more

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Enzo Capuano - Storia Mai Scritta – A very rare Italian solo, Enzo Capuano's music cuts the line between Italian canzone (Battisti, early Storm Six and many more) and a symphonic soundtrack type of music. The vocal music is...  (1997) » Read more



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