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For the most up-to-date activities of Best Policy Music, check out our Facebook page. The updates are much quicker and more accessible. We try to get around to updating this page as well, but it's straight-up HTML/PHP stuff, so it's not like adding a blog post in these modern times. Especially with so much to keep up with. Our new artist 0603526 is cranking out instrumental experiments almost daily, and between Soundclick and Soundcloud and Facebook, plus the production of the music, it's a good day when we can get to all of it. As always, thanks for checking in. Feel free to drop a note to Ichabod with any comments, suggestions or requests. We'd love to hear from you. Meanwhile, enjoy the music.


People doing what they love, and loving doing it, that's what we believe in. Please enjoy our ad-free entertainment content while it lasts.

Munro's Quarantine Therapy performances are available on the news page, and on Best Policy Music's YouTube page.

Feature

Interview with
Xanthan (the band)
"I love weird music. It excites me."
Corin Gatwood talks about the band's origins, evolution, and upcoming studio album. Links to new music inside!
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REVIEWS


Sheol
Shrine of Malice

WMD
Xzibit

Poster Children
Concert Review


Feature

Interview with
Wavebreaker
"We have to live in a construct that patriarchal white supremacists built. So within that, one of the highest forms of resistance we can engage in is rejecting whatever norms they've imposed upon us by following our hearts, being audacious, and having fun."
Dana Viloria talks about the band's new single "Decompose" and warns us of unchecked human rights violations.
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Archive

Concert review
Poster Children
"I really wish I'd recorded or otherwise kept some direct quotes from band members. Oh well, live and learn."
David Coutant talked with members of Poster Children at their show at The Echo in 2016. Here he summarizes the sets from openers Batwings Catwings and State to State, as well as the main attraction, Champaign-Urbana's P-kids.
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Archive

Interview with
Munro
"Chocolate Zulu was extremely simple... Orange Cones was a more complex undertaking that was maybe more in touch with popular styles."
Best Policy's flagship artist talks about early bands, future projects, and writing a musical.
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