between college radio panels, jump into something a little different with the College Day Round Tables. The Round Tables are small groups lead by respected members of the music industry community who will bring to the table a relevant topic creating an opportunity for like-minded individuals to get together to share ideas, debate, brainstorm, and learn about specific aspects of the music industry and community in an exciting hands-on way.
After five years of being a DJ, music director, and basically any job under the sun at WZBC in Boston, MA, David moved to NYC in the summer of 2009. He went from seeing shows in the front room of Brooklyn music venue Death By Audio to working with its record label in the back room, helping local bands like Coin Under Tongue and Starring. Landing an internship with the iconic UK-based record label Mute in fall of 2010, he soon took over the radio promotions department where he has run campaigns... Read More →
Caroline got her start at WMUH as a DJ and MD, and upon graduation wrote about music and nightlife at PopMatters, Not For Tourists, MOG, and her own blog. She continues to write stuff on the internet that upsets/inspires people at: Brokelyn, xoJane, Thought Catalog and her style and ladyproblems blog, Broadist. Over the past several years she has worked at Brooklyn Bowl, the Knitting Factory, Co-Sign, Bicycle Records, and Blue Flower Arts, but has found a home at Distiller Promo.
I've been in the industry for some time now first at a recording studio, a label & in 2003, I was asked to start a radio promotion division for a group of labels. In 2004 Vitriol became my own. We promote music to College/Non-Comm. & Commercial Specialty stations. Over the years, we've had the pleasure of promoting releases for Metric, Brian Wilson, Mumford & Sons, David Bowie, Grizzly Bear, Camper Van Beethoven, Stars, Hot Chip, Daft Punk, Royksopp, Chemical Brothers, Smashing Pumpkins... Read More →
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