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musicrag is a website dedicated to music, that's it. We are a work-in-progress and there should be good changes from time to time. We do have an alternative slant to our music views, meaning we probably won't discuss classical music or hillbilly folk songs. Not that we don't enjoy hillbilly folk songs or classical music, this just isn't the forum to discuss it.

We do accept CD submissions, press releases, interview requests, tickets to shows and private phone calls from the members of Radiohead. Please email press releases to press at musicrag.com. If you are interested in sponsoring a section of the site or advertising please email: advertising at musicrag.com. Other inquiries, including asking for a mailing address for sending promo material and CD's write or call me, Jason Shellen, at jason at musicrag.com or 510.315.3167.

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Contributors

Matt Wilson

Matt Wilson

Though Matt's first live concert was seeing The Nylons with his parents and his first CD was "Dr. Feelgood", he still listens to music. Matt polluted the NE Iowa college radio airways for 3 years before taking a job at a radio syndicator in NYC in 97. But when he discovered a tie between his job and Rick Dees, he fled promptly.

Now living in Minneapolis with his lovely bride Kris, Matt operates mecawilson.com and works as a web developer.

David Wertheimer

David Wertheimer

David has been involved in the music industry since 1990 as a disc jockey, writer, reporter, editor, and designer. He is a former employee of Billboard, where he designed and wrote for Billboard Online. A longtime radio aficionado and amateur musician, he currently writes about music for Musicrag and Auricle, his self-run music web site. David lives in New York City.


Jason Shellen

Jason Shellen

Editor and Founder, sucker who pays for the hardware. More soon...



Grant Shellen

Grant Shellen

Born in a small, unnamed village in Central America, Grant Shellen worked his way through the ranks of farm workers to become the only one to be able to play the drum part to "Wipeout" on a straw basket. He was soon deported to the San Francisco Bay Area, where he developed an interest in music. At one point an actual music major himself, Grant is now studying journalism in the hopes of one day being poor.



Ian Miller

Ian Miller

Ian has been playing bass in bands since the tender age of 12. Since moving to the East Bay 11 years ago, he's done time in seminal ska-punk bands Hoodlum Empire and Skankin' Pickle and hardcore-revivalists Redemption 87.

Ian currently splits his time between a country rock band, a live breakbeat project and an indie-pop thing, none of which actually have names yet. In his rare moments of free time, he twists knobs in his home studio or reads, writes, and thinks about music.


Ryan Freitas

Gangcandy

Lets face it this bio may never appear.



Claire Caraska

Claire Caraska

Claire's love for music dates back to her early pre-school days, where she developed her great talent for playing tambourine, xylophone, and her favorite, the triangle. She has since put down the triangle to pursue her dream of becoming a starving artist/journalist. Claire currently lives the glamorous life of the college student in San Diego. In her rare moments of free time, she frequents record shops, live shows and occasionally, kareoke bars to strengthen her rock star image.




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