Some hipster weirdo reading something interesting from readers like you.
Some hipster weirdo reading something interesting from readers like you.

Are you looking to get in touch with Vehlinggo or Aaron Vehling?

Contact happens through the following ways:

Submissions (pitches for reviews, news, and interviews): You can send them to (insert an @ in there, of course). If you are a score composer, or you represent a score composer, please submit via

Want to write for Vehlinggo?: Send a quick note and three samples of published writing to, and we’ll talk pitches and compensation, and everything else. Experience covering music for publications and blogs is preferred. For example, Vehlinggo’s current paid contributors have experience writing for publications like Rue Morgue, Bloody Disgusting, Composer Magazine, and Dread Central. Aaron will consider applicants with less experience, but the writing should be at least on par with the work published in leading music rags.

Commissions for liner notes and obi strips: This is for labels and artists (and their managers) looking to hire Aaron for the specified copy work. This is not for submissions. Aaron’s copywriting has traditionally centered on blurbs, obi strips, hype stickers, bios, and press releases for artists and labels — with content and social strategy an option in some circumstances. Recent examples include the obi strips for MONDO/Death Waltz releases (official soundtracks for Ma, The Wind, Exode, and We Are Still Here, and Adam Wingard’s Past Life Regression); liner notes for Le Matos’ Coming Soon and Ninja Eliminator Trilogy, Mecha Maiko’s NOT OK, and Code Elektro’s Live at RADAR Station. There is also copy for Italians Do It Better’s store and promotional materials; and the hype stickers for Lakeshore Records’ vinyl release of the Assassination Nation soundtrack and Burning Witches Records’ vinyl release of Deadly Avenger’s I Am Godzilla, You Are Japan.

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