This is a playlist released bi-monthly for you to discover artists that have under 100,000 monthly listeners. Music of multiple genres. No clear theme or structure. Hopefully, you’ll find a song to put on a playlist of your own.
Weapons of Anew – Sick Boy
Shinedown vibes, solid meaning, translating the effects of social media and different online/geographical cultures into a solid well-rounded song
Dylan Owen- A time to move on/We were only kids then
Feeling nostalgic? Dylan is a true poet. Writing beautiful songs about life as it happens. If hip-hop isn’t your pace, there’s still room to read his lyrics and appreciate them in a spoken word format. With songs like A Time To Move On and We Were Only Kids Then, Dylan captures the essence of life and the process of growing up.
Lizzy Marella- How Do You Sleep?
Lizzy sings about the heartbreak as a young adult in her hip-hop/pop mix song How Do You Sleep? With a great range and solid beat, Lizzy’s voice gently guides you through her story that you might also relate to.
Alternative pop artist Luna Shadows audibly paints the perfect picture of a sunset joyride with your friends in her song Waves. Perfect summer road trip accompaniment.
This one is for my ladies who are going through a breakup. Let Cassidi sing you through your hurt, and say what your thinking.
Taylor Watson-These Days
These Days is the only song Taylor has on Spotify, but it’s a track worth putting on your playlist. A reminder to unplug, and stay connected with the things and people you care about in your day to day life. It’s true that you never really know a good thing until it’s gone.
Another one of those songs perfect for the summer road trip playlist. An upbeat, catchy, and whimsical alternative-pop track. Makes me want to dance on the beach with my friends.
Georgia Webster-Tell Your Mom
If you’re nostalgic for Taylor Swift’s transition phase between country and pop, you’ll find it with Georgia. With clear nods and inspiration from Swift, do I dare say Webster is the country Taylor we lost? You decide!
Teo & Jay-Insomnia
Might just be a rip off of Shawn Mendes’ Senorita, or you can give it a chance to be its own thing. Rhythmically the two songs are sisters. But lyrically, Insomnia comes from an alternate universe.
Young kids rocking out. With hits like Goodbye and Imaginary Friends, this band is one to keep an eye on. Lead singer Kacie Grenon has a strong voice and leads every performance, comparable to Lacy Strum or Lzzy Hale.