Here at The Phillips Project, we pride ourselves in giving you the most professional sound possible for your upcoming musical or film project. We offer a small, but professional studio that includes both analogue and digital equipment. If your project requires more extensive equipment, we have the capability and experience to record in a larger studio to meet all of your recording needs.

Jason Phillips, head recording engineer and founder of The Phillips Project, has a strong motivation based on his passion for music. In addition to music, Jason has found that he enjoys all aspects of sound engineering, including film and computer animation. Jason is a graduate of Full Sail University through the Recording Arts Program and Music Production Program. He also attended Northwest State Community College and earned an ATS Engineering Degree. He is currently working on the completion of his Master's Degree in Entertainment Business.

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Currently working on Masters Degree in Entertainment Business from Full Sail University. Aside from college I am working on an orchestral composition and with an independent singer songwriter.
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My name is Bob Levoy, and I am a U.S. Navy Veteran and music and concert reviewer. I have written over 3500 reviews since the 1980s for my blog Oasis Entertainment and for independent record labels, PR firms, festivals, venues and bands. I write reviews for all genres, except for hip hop, which is not my cup of tea.

In addition to all the independent labels and artists that I have been writing reviews for, I am currently an Author on Staff at Virtuosity Worldwide Arts & Entertainment Magazine, a subsidiary of Virtuosity Worldwide LLC. I write music reviews and do concert and festival interviews and reviews for their magazine.

I will still write reviews for my independent artists and labels in addition to the work I will be doing for Virtuosity Worldwide.

I do reviews in the following priority:
1. Vinyl (I prefer signed if available)
2. CD's (I also review older releases)
3. Digital Download
4. Streaming only if I don't have any of the above on my desk which is very rare. Streaming takes too much time and some cases with songs running together I am unable to tell one song from another.

I would also be interested in reviewing your bands music and reviewing your live performance if you are ever in my area. I do not ask for pay for my reviews, I only ask for either a signed Vinyl or CD and an X-large t-shirt that I wear to promote the bands.

You can contact me at one of the links below. Plus, I would love the opportunity to get my vinyl signed the bands.

Bob Levoy
Owner of Oasis Entertainment Blog
Writer for Virtuosity Worldwide Arts & Entertainment Magazine
204 Rainbow Drive
Jonesborough, Tennessee 37659

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