Tuesday, October 11

Jango Airplay Top 10


Here are the Top 10 Airplay bands for the week ending October 9th. Check them out and support them with your feedback in the comment section.

#1: Warriors Of God
Hip-hop duo & youth ministers Warriors Of God (W.O.G.) focus on making energetic, uplifting music designed to inspire.

Click to hear Warriors Of God:
 Suit Up
#2: The Secret Whistle
The Secret Whistle creates instrumental beats by combining vinyl samples and live bass lines to conjure a sonic soundscape encompassing elements of hip-hop, dub, ambient, and funk.

Click to hear Tulsi:
 Capable Of Flight
#3: StoryBox
"Once upon a time, there was a band called StoryBox..." Hailing from Istanbul, StoryBox plays a vibrant blend of Western rock and Turkish pop sensibilities.

Click to hear StoryBox:
 Kill The Calf
#4: Kevin Wood
A New Age musician from Texas, Kevin Wood trained classically in percussion and piano from the age of six. Over his last three releases that hard work paid off in album sales, critical success and being embraced by the likes of Deepak Chopra.

Click to hear Kevin Wood:
 Mother's Love (Chill Mix)
#5: Tim Halperin
Tim Halperin's distinctive voice, soulful piano and songwriting acumen have catapulted him into the nation?s musical consciousness (not to mention a successful debut & spot in the top 24 on American Idol). His first full-length, "Rise and Fall," was released on September 27th.

Click to hear Tim Halperin:
 The Last Song
#6: Daniel Fries
Daniel Fries'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 group, Trio Paz.

Click to hear Daniel Fries:
 Bodas De Galisteo
#7: Lost Dog Found
Lost Dog Found is an eight piece mini-big band that has taken the elements of jump blues, swing and rockabilly, and created a thumping, swinging sound distinctly their own.

Click to hear Lost Dog Found:
 Pop That Cap
#8: The Oyster Murders
The Oyster Murders are an alternative/dream pop band formed in Brisbane, Australia in 2008. Their music straddles a variety of genres, but is heavily influenced by dense, layered guitar sounds, and strong, melodic vocals.

Click to hear The Oyster Murders:
 Ghosts In Our Wake
#9: Rick Stack
Rick Stack's music is a distinctive, exciting blend of jazz, rock and funk. Mix in hypnotic grooves, world music influences and stylistic diversity, and you have a rich, rewarding experience.

Click to hear Rick Stack:
 Ironic Bionic
#10: Ealeon
Ealeon is a Dutch quintet forged in the fire of breakups, depression and, ultimately, redemption. Now, three years after forming, they are ready to release their debut, a blend of the symphonic & soulful, gothic & pop.

Click to hear Ealeon:
 Stuck In A Minor

1 comment:

The Alter Kakers said...

We've had a lot of success with Jango, we love it!!