Tuesday, September 21

Jango Airplay Top 10

Here we are with the Top 10 on Jango Airplay for last week. For This Cause is holding tight on the # 1 spot while a group of new entries break in. These 10 bands each receive 1000 bonus play credits for having resonated the most last week with Jango listeners. For more info on PopScore and how it works just check the PopScore module in your dashboard.

#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: Eldorado
Critically acclaimed and hailed as one of the top 5 hard rock bands at 2009's Independent Music Awards, Eldorado play ballsy, take-no-prisoners hard rock.

Click to hear Eldorado:
The House Of The 7 Smokestacks
#3: Good Evening
Specializing in "midnight broken-glass love songs," Good Evening's rich string arrangements and lush harmonies deliver a dynamic sound, full of happiness & heartache, whiskey & woe.

Click to hear Good Evening:
If I Was On Fire
#4: 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.

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#5: 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
#6: Savor
Featuring a unique blend of rock guitar and pop song structure - and fueled by a smoking percussion section - Savor creates their own style of fusion music.

Click to hear Savor:
Corriendo En Tus Suenos
#7: Lauren Nichols
Just 19 years old, country artist Lauren Nichols proves big voices can be found in small packages. She recently travelled from her home in Oklahoma to write and record in Nashville, and is now ready to unleash that voice on the world.

Click to hear Lauren Nichols:
#8: A.G.
Rhyming since the doctor smacked him at birth, St. Louis native A.G. hasn't closed his mouth since that day. The only thing young about this talent is his age.

Click to hear A.G.:
I Know
#9: Brice/ART Entertainment
After seeing what MTV and the majors had to offer rapper Brice decided to remain independent. Since then he's released four mixtapes and two solo albums.

Click to hear Brice/ART Entertainment:
Say Goodbye
#10: Particle Wave
Particle Wave materialized in 2006 when its four members began jamming and playing small gigs across Southern California. Rooted in classic rock, they incorporate elements of noise pop and indie rock, delivering a strong, melody-driven experience.

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