What started as a small indie music blog has grown into a full-fledged entertainment company. Cozmic Debris was originally created to amplify and expand the reach of independent musicians around the world. By taking advantage of the ever-growing reach of social media, along with the power of internet radio, Cozmic Debris offered itself as a platform for artists to use to expand their fan base and extend the impact of their art. Most importantly, Cozmic Debris was created, and always will be, a platform that will never require artists to pay or share the cost of service provided. Cozmic Debris is a contribution to the world of independent music and meant to be a resource for musicians of all styles and genres.
Since its creation, Cozmic Debris has expanded its ability to help artists gain traction by adding internet radio and web design services to the mix.
The Cozmic Debris brand name serves as an umbrella for all of the various parts of the company. In addition, Cozmic Debris serves as the social media influencing, news, and commentary arm of the organization.
Music Mafia Radio
Acquired in March 2020, Music Mafia Radio serves as the primary entertainment outlet for the Cozmic Debris brand. Originally founded in July 2016, MMR has established itself as one of the most recognizable brands in indie music internet broadcasting. With a focus on great independent music of all styles and genres, Music Mafia Radio prides itself on being an advocate for every artist in rotation. Learn more about Music Mafia Radio at http://musicmafiaradio.net.
Cozmic Debris Web Design
Created in February 2020, Cozmic Debris Web Design is a web design and development company serving the needs of independent musicians. Offering a wide selection of services at prices in line with the budgets of indie artists, Cozmic Debris Web Design helps musicians create and maintain their online presence and brand. Learn more about Cozmic Debris Web Design at http://cozmicdebriswebdesign.com.
The ultimate goal of Cozmic Debris is to disrupt the music industry in a way that returns control of it to those who create the music we listen to.