About On The House Music

A Music Review Platform

On The House Music CIC is a social media-like platform and registered social enterprise built for musicians and music industry alike. It is designed for the most influential, powerful and opinionated music industry names to give creative feedback in the form of online music reviews about the world’s freshest underground artists. On The House is a grassroots exposure project that gives you the chance to have your music heard and reviewed by the people who inspire the masses daily – whilst celebrating them continuously.

We blur the lines between the underground and overground, to provide opportunities for talented grassroots artists and help support their careers from their conception and push them to greater heights in any way we can. Our music platform has over 70 music reviewers from the industry to help make that happen, helping artists from all over the world from every possible genre.

Sign up today and create a free profile as an Artist or a Reviewer to become a member of our community and build your creative portfolio.

But that's a bit of a mouthful. So we just call it ‘Community Music Reviewing’.

That’s not all, we have plenty more arms and legs of this business which makes it a truly unique and supportive experience for all artists and industry representatives who wish to utilise it.


Alongside being able to create a free Artist profile and have your music heard and reviewed by multiple members of the music industry, we also have some incredible support schemes available for all your needs!

Starting with our Patreon, where we take traditional artist management and give it a new breath of life to suit the modern artist. For just £4.50 a month, artists can have full access to our music contacts across the globe, as and when they need and ask for them. We will also help artists with any legal queries, industry contacts for cheaper rates, recommended connections, overall general advice and a copy of our monthly music contact newsletter!

Or you could check out our brand new record label that launched in December 2020; On The House Records. Where we specialise in one-off limited runs of hand-signed physical music on either CD or Vinyl for any artists that have caught the attention of our reviewers. We now have over 70+ music reviewers all contributing to the website who collectively decide on our “Local Legends” releases, which are aimed at local artists that have survived the test of time and have a small, but dedicated fan base to show for it. Or, there’s our second scheme titled “First Press”, which focuses on releasing a grassroots artist’s very first piece of physical music through a name that can be trusted, to help them get a leg-up at the start of their music careers.

Alongside all these artist support services, we still need a bit of icing on this big music cake. In 2019, we hosted our first official run of “Showcase & Networking Nights” and various other Events across the South West UK, to help the music community connect in a causal, comfortable setting (whilst showing off some of the amazing artists we’ve discovered through our website in the process). The success of these nights allowed us to book our first day festival in Bristol, hosted at The Exchange, called Attitude Festival.

An event that focuses on the most outspoken and attention grabbing artists in the alternative music industry, hand-selected by our 70+ reviewers, featuring the likes of Riskee & The Ridicule, Bob Vylan, The Blue Carpet Band, Mother Vulture, Moriaty, Crooked Little Sons and so many more, set for the 26th September 2021.

For a chance to be involved in a music community where you can thrive, sign up for a free Artist profile today and start connecting with the people shaping the industry around us – what have you got to lose?

Music Industry

Fancy flexing your creative muscles in a new and rewarding way in exchange for brand promotion, music contacts and prizes? Of course you do, here’s how to get involved!

If you work in the music industry, are a freelance writer or you’re a student looking to build your creative and written portfolio, then sign up for a free Reviewer profile today! Once approved, you’ll be able to surf our website in your own free time and review grassroots artists at random from all over the world whenever you feel like it. We then schedule the review to be posted to our 13,000+ social media fan base and tag all of your music related projects and businesses in the description for our fans to support. You can also come up with our own ideas for music blog articles and we will publish them on our Articles page!

By becoming a Reviewer and posting regular reviews, your name will be put into a weekly draw (that we announce via our private Facebook discussion group) and you could win a whole host of music related goodies! We’ve already given away guitars, amps, merchandise, vouchers, accessory packs and so much more! Plus, you’ll also have access to other reviewers’ contact details for collaboration, as well as community meet-ups and our yearly reviewers party in Exeter, UK!

But most of all, you get to help a grassroots artist receive genuine feedback and support for their music from the ears and eyes of someone who is helping shape the music industry. You don’t need to be a professional writer, you just need to have an opinion. If needed, we have a team of editors that will “tidy up” any reviews posted and will be sent back to you for approval before going live on our site. However, we want to hear your thoughts, in your own words as much as possible.

As our music community grows, you’ll grow with us. We take every single one of our reviewer’s opinions on board and equal to those of On The House Music CICs directors and employees. So, please let us know what we could be doing better or if there’s an artist that you think we should invest some time into. If you want to find out more about the faces behind On The House, head over to our Team page!




Over the years, we have worked with a large variety of local and national businesses within the music industry. We’ve collaborated on events, online campaigns, support networks and more, not including the ongoing supports of the 100+ projects that all of our reviewers are currently working on. We’ve worked with venues to host events and stock our magazines, we’ve worked with radio stations and other reviewers to help promote our projects and we’ve even worked with established artists and media for support schemes! The point is – we’ve worked with a lot of people.

We’ve tried to list everyone below that our frazzled little brains can remember, but as we didn’t ever think about keeping track of everyone who we’ve helped, or, has helped us in the last 7 years – we apologise if we’ve forgotten anyone! Email us at onthehousemusic.press@gmail.com if you are missing from the list and we will get you added asap.

2000 Trees Festival
AJ Thornton Films
Academy Of Music & Sound – Exeter
Adam Fiasco (Producer)
Altern8 Rock & Metal Clubnights
Altitude Festival
Angry Wolf Music Reviews
Anne Estella
Apple & Parrot, Torquay
Arts Council England
Attitude Festival
Awesome Merchandise
BBC Introducing In The South West
Bandit Music
Bedlam Bookings
Beth Shalom Records
Black Sail Promotions
Bob Cooper Music Producer
Bomber Music
Boneyard Promotions
Booze Crusie
Burn It Down Festival
Bury Tomorrow
Cabin Studios
Calm Mind All Dayer
Camden Rocks
City Sound Project
Cram Duplication
Damian Carruthers (Producer)
Dead Invoices Records
Deaf Forever Promotions
Deviate PR
Dick Whittington, Gloucester
Discoverd Magazine
Down The Front Media
Enso Music Management
Ether Tickets
Exchange, Bristol
Exeter Uncovered
Exeter Uncovered
Far Out Exeter
Freakscene At The Cavern
Frome FM
Furnace Fest
Georgie TheJourno
Get Rad Festival
Ghost Killer Entertainment
Groli Music
Haggard Cat
Hang Tight Promotions
Heavy Repping
Henri Herbert
High Boltage Customs
High Road PR
Hit The Floor Magazine
Il Pleut Screenprinting
Indie Club at The Cavern
Just One Tree CIC
Kult DIY
Laurence Crow Illustration
Le Pub, Newport
Lets Stop Hanging Out DIY
Life Guitars
Lights Go Out Zine
Louder Than War
MIDI – Music In Devon Intiative
MPM Management
Mama Pik Music
Manchester Punk Festival
Mansons Guitar Shop
Mother Artists
Music Expo UK
Music Eye
Music Venue Trust
Musicians Union
Muso Muso
New Hellfire Glasgow
New Noise
No Luck Audio
No Poetry
Old Bakery Studios
Outside The Box Consulting
Pebbles Reviews
Phoenix, Exeter
Phonic FM
Pile Up Festival
Pint-Sized Punk
Poltimore Festival
Pop Punk Friends
Pop Punk Kids
Post Punk Press
Project Music
Psychobabble Records
Quit Yr Job Records
Reaction Management
Riff Media
Riff Media
Ripe Nana’
Rock Against Cancer
Rockodile Reviews
Seconds In Time Photography
Shout Louder
Slam Dunk Festival
Somer Valley FM
Southwest Heavyfest
Specialist Subject Records
Studio JC
Suburban Home Promotions
TNS Records
Tazma Studios
The Black Bird Collective
The Black Bird Collective Live Sessions
The Cavern, Exeter
The Cobblestones, Bridgwater
The Computers
The Cut Ups
The Jim Jones Revue
The Mike James Rock Show
The Mikecast Radio Show
The Music Handyman
The Peach Honey Songwriters Club
The Premium Blend Radio Show
The Washout
Tunes Festival
Tunes On The Dunes
Turbulence Festival
Turbulence Festival
UK Gloom
Underground, Plymouth
United Talent
Valley View Records
Valley View Records
Vanloos Reviews
Visual Radio Arts
Vive Le Rock Magazine
We Make Events
Whiskers, Newquay
Wreckage – Punk Rock Shows
Zen Ten Records