Tuesday, April 5

Jango Airplay Top 10

Here they are folks, the Top 10 Artists on Jango Airplay for the week past. Give it up to this crew here for resonating the most with Jango listeners...who's up next week?

#1: Aron Seals
Aron Seals is a rock/fusion guitarist and multi-instrumentalist. His music is heavily influenced by film scoring, and makes use of midi guitar to play various stings sounds while accompanying the solo guitar.

Click to hear Aron Seals:
#2: Richman Music
Richman is a Christian rap artist and minister. He poses the question "Is the life I am living truly what life is all about?" as listeners experience a high-energy, high-impact performance.

Click to hear Richman Music:
#3: Toy Horses
Toy Horses are one of Wales' brightest indie gems. After airplay in the UK their music came to the attention of KCRW starmaker Nic Harcourt who put them on radio & stages in the States. Their debut album is expected in early 2011.

Click to hear Toy Horses:
And It Was You
#4: Guymon Ensley
Composer/trumpeter Guymon Ensley formed his band, "GEQ" (Guymon Ensley Quintet) in 2001, taking the Detroit area by storm. Through the years, GEQ has performed Guy's arrangements of works written & performed by the legends of jazz, as well as his own compositions.

Click to hear Guymon Ensley:
She's On Her Way
#5: Cocky Americans
Dallas, Texas-based Cocky Americans create dynamic, instinctive rock 'n roll. "If The Black Keys slapping The Strokes made a sound..." - BLARE Magazine.

Click to hear Cocky Americans:
You Get What You Deserve
#6: The BC Trees
The BC Trees play hip-hop with simple, cold beats featuring live instrumentation and highlighting a socially-concious flow. They recently released their debut album, "Imperfect Paradise."

Click to hear The BC Trees:
Imperfect Paradise
#7: Christopher Caouette
New age music bland? "Not if I have anything to do about it!" retorts composer & multi-instumentalist Christopher Caouette. As heard on his many releases, his music is a fresh mix of celtic & new age music, heavily influenced by the film industry.

Click to hear Christopher Caouette:
Don't Go Walking In The Moonlight
#8: Edgar Rothermich
Born in Germany, Edgar Rothermich studied music at the University of Arts in Berlin. He worked as a composer & music producer on numerous projects in the music & film industry, and now makes smooth, pop-inflected new age music.

Click to hear Edgar Rothermich:
Lost Diary
#9: Immanifest
Named for the pure, formless plane from which creation & manifestation arise, Immanifest emanated from Florida in 2008. Combining huge arrangements, complex, melodic guitars and fast, precise drumming, they play a fresh take on symphonic black/death metal.

Click to hear Immanifest:
#10: Jason Lee McKinney
Energetic country singer Jason Lee McKinney has been the "next big thing" since he started writing & recording, but life has always intervened. Now, he's writing about that life, and it's more real & powerful than ever.

Click to hear Jason Lee McKinney:
Strangers, Stages, Cheap Hotels


Anonymous said...

Man, the complaining stopped. I guess folks figured it out or went somewhere else.
oh well. this system isn't perfect but what is.
Then again, maybe some of you guys found your niche and its working for you now. hopefully

Anonymous said...

Things are going well on this site for us...Thank You!

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