About Music Unlabeled

About Music Unlabeled

Music Unlabeled is a online music publication started by two music lovers on February 28th 2014. The goal of Music Unlabeled is to be a publication that reviews and reports on all types of music, extending beyond the limitations of genres, labels, and popularity. Music Unlabeled also makes a concentrated effort to review and share new artists with as many people as possible.

You can also find us at:

Twitter, Tumblr, Facebook

About the Writers

Anna Fair
Founder/Lead Music Journalist/Editor

Anna is a student at Cleveland State University, studying Journalism and Promotional Communications and serving as News Editor of CSU’s student paper The Cauldron. She manages all of Music Unlabeled’s social medias and emails, as well as the web design and look of the site. She listens to all genres of music, but tends to listen to rock and broadway the most. You can email her with all of your concerns, questions, and music for the site.

To keep up with what Anna’s up to, you can find her at:
Email: annafair@musicunlabeled.com 

Cortlyn Matney

Cortlyn Matney

Co-Founder, Reviewer, Lead Feature Writer

Cortlyn Matney is a twenty-three year old writer who brings her love for history to Music Unlabeled alongside her love of music. A chronic reviewer and closet historian, Cortlyn enjoys the myriad of possibilities that Music Unlabeled has come to offer in terms of content. She listens to a healthy mix of music, but some more constant artists are Muse, Secondhand Serenade, Thriving Ivory, Fall Out Boy, All Time Low, and Maroon 5. Her main focus for the time being is preparing to launch her writing career.

To keep up with what Cortlyn’s up to, you can find her at:
Email: cortlynmatney@musicunlabeled.com
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