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New Art Rock website launches

We'd like to welcome another player into the field of covering music outside the mainstream. Art Rockin' is a nice looking site offering coverage of a lot of the same artists we do at Exposé.

by Jon Davis, Published 2014-11-23

It's a big world, and we regard Art Rockin' as a fellow traveler rather than a competitor. We encourage our readers to visit both sites often, and help support the music that inspires us both.

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