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Not just outside the box, but denying the existence of boxes.
Covering music from the fringes since 1993.

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Where else can I find Exposé?

This is a modern world, and we're present on various platforms. Feel free to connect with us anywhere you like.  » Read more
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What is Exposé?

Exposé started as a quarterly publication that had a modest beginning in 1993 as a supplemental monthly newsletter for John Szpara's syndicated Progressive Rock radio show "Exposure" (which at the time wasn't even on the air yet).  » Read more
(Posted by Peter Thelen 2013-01-01)

Whatever happened to the old Exposé website?

It's still around. We didn't destroy it. It can now be reached at the following link: Old Exposé Website.  » Read more
(Posted by Peter Thelen 2012-12-31)

Who Reads Exposé?

Cool people, of course.
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(Posted by Jon Davis 2010-01-01)

Does Exposé have an attitude?

Yes.  » Read more
(Posted by Jon Davis 2010-01-01)

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Click to read this item! All current ads will rotate on the pages as viewers visit the site. JPG or PNG graphic files are acceptable. See more below for details and rates.  » Read more
(Posted by Jon Davis 2010-01-01)

My band has a new CD. How do I submit it to be reviewed in Exposé?

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.  » Read more
(Posted by Jon Davis 2010-01-01)

Does advertising guarantee a good review?

Absolutely not!  » Read more
(Posted by Jon Davis 2010-01-01)

What's the relationship between Exposé and Gnosis?

Gnosis was founded by Exposé Staff Writer Mike McLatchey, along with two other knowledgeable progressive music experts: Dirk Evans and Tom Hayes (the latter who has written for Exposé as a guest contributor on a few occasions).  » Read more
(Posted by Jon Davis 2010-01-01)

What is Exposé's privacy policy?

We promise not to share any private information that we may have.  » Read more
(Posted by Jon Davis 2001-03-17)

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