Tuesday, November 2

Jango Airplay Top 10

Here's last weeks Top 10 Jango Airplay artists based on their PopScore from October 25th-31st. Check them out and drop them some support in the comments

#1: For This Cause
For This Cause is a recently-formed alternative/post-hardcore band from Australia. They spent much of 2009 and 2010 on tour, pausing just long enough to release their debut EP this past February.

Click to hear For This Cause:
These Seasons
#2: Cosmic Millennium Raptor
Cosmic Millennium Raptor is the POP brainchild of three Texan songwriters. The group released their debut EP recently, full of songs about "chillin. partyin. chillin. partyin. chillin. partyin."

Click to hear Cosmic Millennium Raptor:
Awake Disease
#3: Falconbrook
Falconbrook are a set of enigmatic post-rockers whose compositions are sprawling, but never dull. They keep their identities private and let the music speak for itself.

Click to hear Falconbrook:
#4: Sail By The Stars
Power-pop act Sail By The Stars is the creative outlet for young Floridian Josh K. After playing in a myriad of bands he began to write and record solo material with impressive results.

Click to hear Sail By The Stars:
I Wish I May, I Wish I Might
#5: TRUE
Birthed from a desire to encourage and empower listeners in their faith, TRUE has released a series of albums over the last four years focusing on the struggles of forsaking selfish gain in a world that prizes little more.

Click to hear TRUE:
#6: Angie Mattson
From a thunderous chant to a gritty strut, Angie Mattson's dark, smoky voice and rich lyrics are a force in the indie music world. Self-taught and highly motivated, she is a singer-songwriter to watch.

Click to hear Savor:
#7: Kovax
Kovax delivers an engaging blend of pop, rap and R&B. Whether it's bass-heavy dance anthems or heart-felt reality poetry over catchy melodies, he creates music designed to reach listeners all over the universe.

Click to hear Kovax:
She (Feat. David K!ng)
#8: Tracey Bunn
Part swing chanteuse, larrikin cowgirl and passionate witness, Aussie singer-songwriter Tracey Bunn has spent over 20 years honing her craft. She recently completed her solo debut, a "luscious blend of country, folk and pop rock, sometimes reminiscent of kd lang and Patsy Cline."

Click to hear Tracey Bunn:
I Know
#9: Jess Turner
Jess Turner has been writing music since age 13, and is a classically trained pianist, cellist, and composer. Lately she has arrived at a smart brand of pop, showcasing her clean, langorous vocals and neatly propulsive instrumental work.

Click to hear Jess Turner:
#10: Ghost & The Big Sky
Ghost & the Big Sky became reality after one member narrowly cheated death in a motorcycle accident. They combine diverse influences to create their sound, described as "Fierce American Rock 'n Roll."

Click to hear Ghost & The Big Sky:
Stone Crazy


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Anonymous said...




I have fans all around the word and Jango, you were also a art of that... THANK YOU!!!

hiphopfood.net said...

Official Burn is one of those artist you have to check out on Jango Radio! Wow This guy is good

Anonymous said...

hey everybody its Mr Maintain please hit me up and sign my guest book @ www.mrmaintain.org and get me on the top 10!!

Anonymous said...

Lots of nice music. I like the variety. Hopefully one day my music will get to the Top 10. I will have to continue and work hard.

Vic Stathopoulos

Lyn Price said...

Lyn Price is back on Jango. Will add new songs and pix as time rolls on. Nice to be back.

Very good price on my new CD: $5 or $6 not a cent more. Trax can be bought separately.

Separate downloads and streaming for everyone

Anonymous said...

Has anyone noticed wild fluctuations with fans?

For example, one day out of 250 plays their might be 12 fans and the next day 250 plays NO fans? It used to be for the same amount of plays 12 fans in one day then 8-10 another day. Just curious.

BONNIE 'The Band' said...

Have noticed that during the summer months the percentages seem to drop as people spend less time at their computers and more time doing other things.
During the winter months it seems the percentages of fan to plays increases primarily due to more people staying in and listening to music. Just my opinion from observations of out fan percentages.

Sofi, Lucho, Jero, Santiago