About

The Something Else! webzine, an accredited Google News affiliate, is syndicated through Bing News, Topix.com, No Depression and AllAboutJazz.com. The site has been featured in The New York Times, NPR.com’s A Blog Supreme, Popdose.com and JazzTimes, while our writers have also been published by USA Today, Jazz.com, UltimateClassicRock.com, Blues Revue Magazine and Rock.com, among others. For general information and queries on reviews, contact us at reviews@somethingelsereviews.com.

INTERESTED IN WRITING FOR US?: We are always looking to add new volunteer voices into our mix of reviews, interviews, news content and commentary. Send queries to publisher/managing editor Nick DeRiso at nderiso@somethingelsereviews.com.

The webzine’s publishers, and their principal interests:

S. VICTOR AARON, author of our Steely Dan Sunday feature … (jazz, whack jazz, fusion jazz, classic rock, funk and R&B, Miles Davis, prog, blues, the complete ECM catalog and, yes, Gino Vannelli): reviews@somethingelsereviews.com.

NICK DERISO, resident recovering Beatlemaniac and author of the Across the Great Divide: The Band series … (rock, jazz, prog, blues, interviews, Americana, power pop, AM radio hits, new wave, Frank Sinatra, classic fusion jazz, trashy MTV-era stuff, this, that, the other): nderiso@somethingelsereviews.com.

MARK SALESKI, author of our Friday Morning Listen, (Cross the) Heartland: Pat Metheny and Sparks Fly on E Street: Bruce Springsteen features … (jazz, rock, weird sounds, anything related to Metheny and Springsteen, bands fronted by girls wearing weird glasses): mark.saleski@gmail.com.

OTHER FEATURED VOICES

Write in care of reviews@somethingelsereviews.com to contact contributors based in America [Esther Berlanga-Ryan, Jade Blackmore, Steve Elliott, James Errigo, Preston Frazier, Tom Johnson, original site co-founder Derrick Lord, Patrick Moran, Lisa McKay, Kit O'Toole, Beverly Paterson, Fred Phillips, Matthew Reynolds, Scott Russell, Dylan Sevey], in Canada [JC Mosquito, Jordan Richardson], in the UK [David Greenberg, Sammy Stein] or in Europe [Mike Dostert, Kasper Nijsen].