The Latest: Thank You!
It’s been a while since last time I filled you in about the current Breaking and Entering happenings, so here goes nothing.
First off, a huge thank you to anyone that frequently visits the blog for new music. January 2014 was far and away the busiest month for the site traffic-wise, tripling December 2013 and doubling our busiest month ever. So a huge thank you is in order. Also, thank you if you’ve ever shared any of our posts on Facebook, Twitter, Friendster, or whatever this Flappy Bird thing is that I keep hearing about. I kid, but in all seriousness, it means more than you know to me when I see someone share B&E stuff. I’m glad that people are enjoying the site.
The biggest of thank yous, however, goes to our contributors. I wasn’t sure how people would respond when I started asking for extra writers. From one Facebook post, I got most of the people you see that write for B&E currently. That’s incredible to me. I was so excited when I first saw a post that wasn’t mine. It’s an awesome feeling to see someone else embrace the work you put into a project, and this is no different. I hope that you, the reader, will enjoy seeing our contributors develop their own personalities through their posts. It’s definitely going to be fun.
With that said, onward and upward. I hope to keep bringing you new music on a semi-frequent basis. I get a lot of music sent to me, including an inbox full of unheard music right now, but I will be sharing this all with you as often as I can. In addition to that, I booked my flight to my first experience at South By Southwest this year. This is a dream come true for me to visit Austin for the festival, and I will try to bring you along as much as possible. I hope you enjoy my pictures and posts along the way. Now would be as good of a time as ever to follow us on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook, as I will be sharing my experience along way. If you’re coming to SXSW, tweet me and let’s be awesome together.
Thank you all for making Breaking And Entering much more fun for me. There’s really no other way to say that. Thank you.