Backed by years of acoustic live shows, guitar teaching and a songwriting MA, Rebecca Cullen is currently writer and editor for the independent music magazine Stereo Stickman.
Over the past six years, Rebecca has written thousands of press releases, biographies and new project features for artists, bands and producers across the globe. From new starters and debut releases, to local legends and some of the industry’s most impactful names, Rebecca has worked with creatives at every level, helping bring to life their personal story and the intricacies and intentions of their sound.
Based out of the UK’s Forest Of Dean, Rebecca’s own music takes inspiration from soul, folk & rock, often with an electronic or trip-hop influenced edge.
In addition to client writing, the Stereo Stickman Website covers a range of topics from performance to home recordings, song writing, production and beyond, and features interviews in both written and podcast format, which aim to shine light on the creative process of indie artists of all genres and backgrounds.
“Rebecca had impressed me with her way with words and grasp of my music when she reviewed me for Stereo Stickman, so when it came to needing a rewrite of my bio, she was my first choice. I am again super impressed not only with her beautiful writing, but with her insights into the background material and weaving it into a functional asset.” – Ernest Aines.