Supporting Switching Styles

Supporting Switching Styles means supporting independent online journalism. Switching Styles is a digital magazine that publishes twice a week – with no subscription costs.  As a result, all of our content is free to our audience, and it always will be. This is because we believe that information should be accessible to those that want and need it. Whether it’s a lighthearted article to make you smile or research for a project of your own, we’re here for you. To keep Switching Styles running and providing you with the amazing music content you crave, we need support from our audience – you!

There are many ways to support Switching Styles including Patreon, Kofi, RedBubble, PayPal donations, and supporting specific projects. If you’d like to help or support in different ways, don’t hesitate to email us at


Switching Styles is now on Patreon as of 2020 to not only support the publication but to bring awareness to the amazing arts throughout the world!! We are among several other writers, musicians, artists, and creators that are using Patreon to continue our craft.


During 2021, Switching Styles has put themselves even more out there and added their name to Kofi. It’s similar to Patreon in that it brings specific content to the audience for their support. But the difference is that it also allows one time payment.

RedBubble Merchandise

Switching Styles now has merchandise through RedBubbleranging from clothing, water bottles, artwork, and so much more. Switching Styles is selling our fantastic merch on Redbubble as a way to finance the publication to let it continually support itself and the readership we’ve grown to love.

Check out the amazing merchandise here!

PayPal Donations

Directly support Switching Styles with a one-time payment. Donations are always welcome no matter how small or how many! It means quite a lot to everyone at to continue bringing the audience the content they deserve.

Supporting Switching Styles

All of your support is so very helpful. Thank you to everyone who’s read an article, clicked a link or supported us.

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