Inspired by the punk fanzines of the 80’s and 90’s, the void report publishes original articles, interviews, and reviews on art and music. Covering live music in Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas and arts and music worldwide, the void report aims to provide an alternative source of coverage for readers interested in in-depth interviews and reviews, retrospectives, and original articles on topics not normally covered by popular sites.

the void report does not accept unsolicited album or song review requests. The album reviews published reflect the interests of our writers. Further, the void report does not publish news stories unrelated to other content. There is a gluttony of other music sites that offer this service. We recommend contacting those sites for your announcements for tours, forthcoming album, song or video releases, or any other news items.  

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