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Brighton, East Sussex, United Kingdom, 2009/06/29 - Andy Parker aka Avangelist Photography, to become Rock/Metal correspondent for Brighton Source magazine - BrightonSource.co.uk / AvangelistPhotography.com.
Music photographer and journalist Andy Parker has just signed up to the task of becoming Brighton Source, a free music publication distributed throughout Brighton and the surrounding areas, sole rock correspondent.
The post will see Andy bringing a little bit more sleaze to the magazine which in recent years has followed heavily the electronic, dance and indie scenes which thrive in Brighton.
July will see the beginning of this new and exciting venture as the Source takes a hearty bite out of Brighton Rock, with reviews and previews of Brighton's greatest Rock, Punk and Metal acts finally getting the press they deserve.
"The metal scene in particular in Brighton is massive, we have 3 dedicated metal venues in the city and a large community who all know each other, and work hard to put on shows, make records and spread the word of the Brighton Metal Scene. The Source really is the definitive Brighton freebie and I wanted to make sure that all the hard work that is getting done doesn't go un-noticed, and that new people can get a taste of what is happening on the darker side of the seashore."
Andy is looking for any artists nationwide who want to feature in the magazine to send local gig listings, demo's, ep's, albums and anything inbetween to feature both in the magazine and brighton Sources, expanding website.
About Andy Parker
Andy AKA Avangelist Photography (avangelistphotography.com) has been covering the Brighton music scene for the last 5yrs for both national and international publications. Rather than chasing the sometimes futile task of getting published in music magazines, and condeeding that the current formula for print is dead, Andy has concentrated solely on webzines and blogs.
Covering both the mainstream and underground acts from Velvet Revolver, Fall Out Boy, Supergrass, Soulfly, Meshugga and Metallica to The Bronx, Suicide Silence, Converge, The Blood Brothers, Rolo Tomassi, Gallows and The Ghost Of A Thousand, his portfolio is expansive.
Writing and shooting regularly for webzines thrashhits.com, drowninsound.com and on occasion international music pipeline pitchfork media, there is rarely a week that goes by without one of his images or often scathing reviews turning up on the blogsphere.