Andrew Cox is a Nashville-based writer that runs an independent blog in his free time ( andrewcox.music.blog). He writes on a wide range of genres from pop to experimental to everything in between. He's probably on Spotify right now trying to find music -- new or old -- he'd like to share with you. You can best reach him at [email protected]
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