Tuesday, January 18

Jango Airplay Top 10

Here's the week's top 10 on Jango Airplay. We have some great artists that are very new to Jango, a big congrats goes out to them. Getting your PopScore to land between 98-100 and hit the Top 10 show's a good understanding of your potential fanbase, how to target them and great music. Also a big shout goes out to Mariah Ver Hoef who keeps peeking her head back into the Top 10 from time to time.

Check them out below or TUNE IN HERE to the Airplay Top 10 Station

#1: Arkid
Arkid is a psychedlic and progressive trance artist hailing from Manchester in the United Kingdom. He makes fresh, detailed music with just a hint of the Goa spirit.

Click to hear Arkid:
Night Pitch
#2: Reverse Order
Reverse Order is a pop-punk band from New Jersey who pride themselves on catchy lyrics & high energy performances. They've rocked the Warped Tour and opened for Peter Frampton.

Click to hear Reverse Order:
Remember (remix)
#3: 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
#4: Brent Byrd Music
After playing in bands across the country, Brent stepped out on his own to write & perform on the acoustic guitar, using loop pedals and various instruments to provide the sound of a full band.

Click to hear Brent Byrd Music:
Will Be Will Be
#5: 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
#6: Amyst
Amyst are an experimental rock quintet from Phildelphia whose music blends genres including ambient, screamo and hardcore. They recently released their second EP, "Chapters In Her Diary."

Click to hear Amyst:
Letters To Grace
#7: Ikay
Despite growing up surrounded by difficult circumstances, Jamaican emcee Ikay managed to get out, go to school, and work his way into music. In 2008 he migrated to the United States, and he's been rapping steadily ever since.

Click to hear Ikay:
Bars Of Pain
#8: Simply Wess
Hip-hop artist Simply Wess grew up in a musical family, writing his first song at 10, and signing his first deal at 14. The label subsequently folded, but Wess's commitment remained unshaken - he's gone on to release a several successful mixtapes and 2011 is only looking up.

Click to hear Simply Wess:
Even If The Sky
#9: Mark Gutierrez
Mark Gutierrez, a Los Angeles native, is a multi-talented musician versed in many styles of music including jazz, classical, blues, rock, latin, and flamenco. His playing has garnered numerous awards, television placements, and gigs alongside top latin and jazz performers.

Click to hear Mark Gutierrez:
That's So Cool
#10: Riley Etheridge Jr.
Riley Etheridge Jr. is a New York City singer-songwriter with deep roots in musical Americana. He recently released the album "Things I Used To Know," described in the press as an "elegiac, contemplative collection of sad, funny, and ultimately redemptive alternative country."

Click to hear Riley Etheridge Jr.:
In This Moment

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