Tuesday, November 23

Jango Airplay Top 10

We're back with the Top 10 Jango Airplay artists for the week of November 15-21. Mariah Ver Hoef is back in at the top spot after dropping out last week and Falconbrook is holding strong. Check new entries from Stateamind, Mnoizz & More below.

#1: Mariah Ver Hoef
A young singer-songwriter from Fairbanks, Alaska, Mariah writes about the isolation and shifting landscapes of growing up. 2010 will see the release of her third album in as many years.

Click to hear Mariah Ver Hoef:
Azure Sunshine
#2: 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:
Vistas
#3: Hugo Kant
Hugo Kant is a producer, arranger and multi-instrumentalist from Marseille, France. After many years playing in bands he started his first solo project in 2010, a mix of downtempo, nu jazz, trip hop and acoustic music.

Click to hear Hugo Kant:
Leonids
#4: Less Than Three
Pop/rock act Less Than Three is the creative outlet for 17 year old Jonathan Borgia. The music combines youthful energy with a polish beyond his years.

Click to hear Less Than Three:
Feels Like Summer
#5: Stateamind
Stateamind is a grungy MC from the city of New York - ambitious and vocally able. A nimble flow neatly belies the darker side of his subject matter.

Click to hear Stateamind:
A Killer's Killer
#6: Soul Water
Hip-hop duo Soul Water began in 2005 with the musical introduction of Dan Moore and Lindsay Justice. They quickly found independent success with a sharp blend of party sounds and positive messages.

Click to hear Soul Water:
Let It Ride
#7: The Loomis Fargo Gang
The Loomis Fargo Gang began writing music together while working as waiters in an Italian Restaurant. From these humble roots they discovered a shared talent for exploring the broader possibilities of folk music.

Click to hear The Loomis Fargo Gang:
Rebels Of The Frontline
#8: Silent Lapse
Silent Lapse play a progressive, metallic brand of rock and roll. While heavy, their music is melody-driven and guided by themes developed throughout various songs.

Click to hear Silent Lapse:
The Wake
#9: Mnoizz
Belgian electronica artist Mnoizz thrives on fuzz with a purpose. Lines interweave, feedback builds and music breaks over the listener.

Click to hear Mnoizz:
Indigo
#10: Jessie Funk
A veteran singer with five albums and national & international tours under her belt, Jessie Funk now turns her considerable abilities to country music, through which she hopes to continue sharing her love of music.

Click to hear Jessie Funk:
Dance In The Rain

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

RIP OFF! I have WAY more fans and more songs than Jessie Funk, and I only signed up last Thursday. What, do we have to pay you guys to be placed on the top ten as well?

Anonymous said...

Welcome to the music business, kid.

Anonymous said...

Higher popscore, presumably. More plays mean more fans, but if I'm not mistaken it has more to do with impact per play. So make sure each play is set up for the maximum possible effectiveness. If you're that worried about the top ten, you're best off using the minimum plays and then the upswing fluctuations will reflect in your weekly score. But then again, the top ten isn't really what it's about.

Anonymous said...

Hi! It's me, "Rip off". Good points. Now, I'm just glad to have more fans than most of these artists listed here when I just signed up last week. This means the "people" like me, not Jango. So... I win. :-)

Anonymous said...

sure if one set his plays at a faster pace this will result in more fans. This has nothing to do with the popscore.

Anonymous said...

Silent Lapse is pretty sweet.