Get to Know Not in Harmony

If you’re reading this it’s too late.

Just kidding. You’re just in time for my awful transitions and explanation of what this blog is, what it stands for and who we represent. Before I bore you with the details, I want to thank anyone who is taking the time to visit this site and support the acts that we are sharing. These are some of the most talented people I’ve had the pleasure of listening to, and they deserve to have their music heard.

Anyway, Not in Harmony originally started as your generic music blog that had aspirations of sharing exclusives, reviews, premieres and more from some of the biggest artists in the world. Check out this post if you want to know more about the changes, but moral of the story is that I wanted to do something different. I wanted to do something for artists that don’t already have a ton of articles/blog posts written about them. I wanted to bring more ears to those that deserve to be heard. I wanted to help provide a platform where the undiscovered, the unsigned, the hyped, the talented, can share their music, their stories, their thoughts and more. I wanted to step away from the mainstream. I didn’t want to be in harmony or in sync with the mainstream, and I wanted to feature those that aren’t in the spotlight, but deserve to be.

And that’s where Not in Harmony was born.

With the recent re-launch came the beginning of Undiscovered Spotlight. I’m excited to say that the interest in this has been more than I could have even imagined, and there’s plenty of amazing, undiscovered artists to come. For the inaugural week there will be three artists featured, and two featured weekly going forward. We are constantly searching for new unsigned, undiscovered artists to feature, so if you consider yourself to not currently be in sync with the mainstream, send us a message and let’s get your music out to the world.

Thank you all again!

Joey Howard (Not in Harmony Founder)

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