PunkPit.com Podcast Social Network Supporting Unsigned Punk Bands On Patreon

  • March 19, 2018
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Are you a big punk music fan? If the answer is yes there’s a very interesting campaign on Patreon looking for support. The site that needs patrons is called PunkPit.com. Punk Pit produces Podcasts and also provides a social network who’s sole goal is to support unsigned punk bands. The goal in the end is to get the world exposed to more punk music, that’s why they need support first. Please check them out and consider supporting this punk themed Patreon crowdfunding campaign today.

Visit the PunkPit Patreon here:

https://www.patreon.com/punkpit

PunkPit On Patreon

PunkPit needs your help! So far they have no Patreons.

Who Are They?

PunkPit.com the forth coming punk music / lifestyle social network website If You like the following: Misfits, Bad Religion, Bayonne Bleeders, Johnny Cash, Bouncing Souls, The All, etc. etc. than this place is for you.

Punk Pit Logo

Art from their FB page. If you like it do yourself a favor and like their FB page. Really cool photos and art on their.

Are There Any Rewards?

Yes, there are several valuable rewards for this campaign. Support at the $3/month level you’ll receive a HUGE thank you and shout-outs from time to time. $10 or more per month gets you guaranteed monthly shout-out also all previous rewards. The $3 and $10 levels are a great way to use their influence and get your band name out there or just some some love to the punk community.

Want To Know More?

Want to connect with them? There’s many ways.

– https://www.facebook.com/thepunkpit

– https://www.youtube.com/PunkPit

– https://twitter.com/DigitalKeith

– https://twitter.com/thePunkpit

– https://www.instagram.com/thepunkpit/

Conclusion

Punk music I have to say is difficult to come by just flipping on your local radio station. I’m a kid of the 90s and can remember punk being one of my favorite forms of music in high school. If you want to see punk music continue to thrive consider supporting the folks at PunkPit.com today via Patreon.

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