# 3 - Get your myspace name in a magazine distributed in a trendy bar in Shoreditch
As shown slightly unclearly from the scan above -
"The Maccabees "Latchmere" single is out now on Fierce Panda. Guess what? They're on Myspace: myspace.com/themaccabees"
So up and running band The Maccabees have recently got their myspace profile name published in Vice Magazine which I picked up in Cocomo on Old Street. One side effect of this is that they also get a link to their myspace site in the Vice website - good for the google juice if nothing else. Probably a point worth noting for music marketing and PR people is to make sure you promote your talent's myspace profile in all press releases, interviews etc - I bet most don't do this at the moment.
Note the sarcastic tone of the Vice editorial though "Guess what... they're on myspace" ... Interestingly, the commenters on the Vice website also indicate signs of backlash against myspace...
"I think a band being on myspace.com is kind of pathetic and faggy"
"if anything is depressing, its being on myspace, 'man' "
As I've asked before - is myspace loosing its cool? Or are Vice Magazine journalists and readers just uber-Snarky? Does this even matter anyway if myspace is now mass market?