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Axe and Company is officially available to the public

I'm excited to announce that my unreleased film "Axe and Company" is officially available to the public! Hold on, it's not going to be as simple as just clicking a link. If you came here after hearing about my little easter egg hunt, then congratulations, you are well on your way to finding what you came for. So, take this page as your first clue. Here is your second clue:   %2013%3A15-18&version=NIV

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Routenote: Should you use it? Here's My story.

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By Preston Hazard
February 27th, 2019
5:430 PM EST


Routenote propagates itself as, "Europes leading music distributor"

     But is it really as good as they say? There are two possible answers to that. The short answer is yes. It takes a long to do anything, they are about as slow as it gets but, considering it does basically what every online music distributor does, for free. It's about as good as you can get. 

    When I first started making music, I was overwhelmed with the number of distributors claiming to be able to publish my art. After about a week of frequenting online music forums across the web, I can across Routenote, and at first, it was amazing. I was able to release three singles without any hassle. But then came the day I wanted to publish a full album, and oh boy was that... fun... For the record, I'm still working on publishing that album, and their support system is less than par. So to make a long story short, if you're really serious about it, I would probably look into alternative distributers. However, if your like me, and you're just doing it for fun. It will work, just have patience.

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