outvoice

outvoice

(ˌaʊtˈvɔɪs)
vb (tr)
literary to surpass in noise
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Her newest release A Piece of the Sky has reached number one on the OutVoice charts.
WHEN THE BATTLE RECEDES When the defiant songs of battle no longer outvoice the trauma of the guns And the smoke of patriotic fervour clears to see the dead and the dying on the fields of human suffering Who, in this turbulent world has the overpowering right to make fathers sonless, sons fatherless and wives widows?
New and established acts are using digital delivery to connect directly with consumers, and homegrown resources like Danny Jenkins's OutVoice.
Initially formed as an E-mail list, Outvoice has grown to include a Web site that offers music reviews, release information, and unofficial Top 40 charts based on visitor votes.
Thankfully, the GLBT community has organizations like Outmusic and Web sites like Outvoice.