Haulix Weekly Update #128: “Shoulda, but didn’t-a”

Hello, music fans! At least, we assume you are music fans. We hope this message finds you ready and excited for the weekend. Our team has been trying to work throughout the day, but the onset of summer has us aching to flee the office and run wild outdoors. Before we get there however, we wanted to share a few thoughts with you, as well as some music. Let’s begin:

As I mentioned above, each and every weekend we like to take a brief break from our regularly scheduled programming to update and reflect on everything happening at Haulix HQ. We are far more than a music blog, as many of you already know, and posts like this give us an opportunity to share more our efforts with all of you.

Development news:

Let’s begin by answering the one question we are sure the majority of you have: When is the long-awaited platform update going to be release? The answer, at least as it stands right now, is the end of May. We have a team of devs working around the clock to get this beast completed, and we even went as far as to outsource additional developers to ensure we can push the new version of Haulix out as soon as possible. We deeply appreciate your patience.

Blog news:

Activity on the blog was up this week, but content creation is still taking a back seat to work on the new platform. We are quite proud of the material shared as of late, so please take a few moments to experience everything we have prepared for you. The best way to do that, at least in our opinion, is by scrolling through our archives. Enjoy.

That is all the news we have to share this week. Have a safe and productive weekend. We will see you back here on Sunday for a brand new job board.



James Shotwell

James Shotwell is the Director of Customer Engagement at Haulix and host of the company's podcast, Inside Music. He is also a public speaker known for promoting careers in the entertainment industry, as well as an entertainment journalist with over a decade of experience. His bylines include Rolling Stone, Alternative Press, Substream Magazine, Nu Sound, and Under The Gun Review, among other popular outlets.