Tuesday, June 1

Jango PopScore Top 5

Hello everyone, hope you had a great Memorial Day for those of you that live stateside. We're back in the office today after a solid day of rest and we're back with last weeks top 5 PopScore artists. Check them out...

Artist: Jon Davidson
Jon Davidson is an alternative-rock solo artist, and frontman for the band Silversafe. Singles from his latest album have garnered airplay on hundreds of FM stations, and will be included in several upcoming films and MTV shows.

Click to hear Jon Davidson:
Going Home
Artist: Mariah Ver Hoef
A young singer-songwriter from Fairbanks, Alaska, Mariah writes about the isolation and shifting landscapes of growing up. This summer will see the release of her third album in as many years.

Click to hear Mariah Ver Hoef:
Left Behind
Artist: Neither
Neither are a blackened deathmetal band from Florida. Their music combines technique, texture, and aggression in a potent mixture that reveals interesting depths upon closer listen.

Click to hear Neither:
Killing Words
Artist: Falconbrook
Falconbrook are a set of enigmatic post-rockers from the United States. The band's compositions are sprawling, but never dull.

Click to hear Falconbrook:
Vistas
Artist: Daniel Fries
Daniel Fríes's alluring flamenco-inspired guitar music ranges from exciting & uplifting to deep & dreamy. In addition to his solo material and studio recordings, he plays regularly with his live trio, Trio Paz.

Click to hear Daniel Fries:
Crossing

9 comments:

T. J. Doyle said...

Congratulations to all the Jango Popscore Top 5 this week. A lot of great talent shown here and it's refreshing to hear.

terence Ogden said...

Wat a con, think ile be unsubsucribing to this, how can you have 47 points then suddenly drop to 7, typical dickheads taking the piss out of artists that are trying to get somewhere.

Anonymous said...

check out Every page i turn by Matt Bishop featuring 70's icon and songwriter Jonathan Edwards on vocals.

Jon Davidson said...

Thanks Jango! It's an honor to be mentioned in this blog.

Daniel Fries said...

What a nice unexpected surprise! Thanks Jango.

Mariah Ver Hoef said...

Wow. Thanks Jango. I checked out the other musicians here too... diverse and superb!

AVERAGE JOE said...

Thanks Terence Ogden!! (see above) You just made me feel much better!! My POP Score didn't drop NEARLY AS MUCH AS YOURS!! Wooooo Hooooo!!

Anonymous said...

If you work at fine tuning your targeting you can actually increase your popscore instead of dropping off. I play hard rock and even though my fan overlap says U2 is strong, if I play next to them my score will drop fast. U2 is such a huge band that they show up on everyones list(POP), but my music is nothing like them, and does much better next to The New York Dolls or Velvet Revolver...learn to work it and things might improve...

chris williams said...

That is true. i realized i had too many bands on my target list. Works sop well and I dont get buried and it targets almost to the tee the people who like my type of music
I second this.