Smart media courts music blogs

The smart media is starting to court the big music blogs, and I suspect several of us received this email a couple of days ago:

i edit the new Guardian arts blog and so in a recent trawl around the net i came across your blog which i've been reading and v much enjoying. i don't know how regularly you look at the Guardian site, but thought you might be interested in this:
http://blogs.guardian.co.uk/art/can_critics_and_artists_be_friends/ particularly the music aspect, http://blogs.guardian.co.uk/art/2007/01/tom_service.html
very best
Clare -
clare.margetson at guardian.co.uk

On An Overgrown Path didn't take the bait, but judging by the links some some others did.

Now read about classical music and the paid for media
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