Did you know that the hairstyle parked on top of your head controls your mind and music taste? It actually doesn’t, but what if it did? We recently performed a hair follicle analysis (as music companies do) to create haircut soundtracks. Hair are the results.
They’re weirdly awesome. And so is the music. When musicians join ReverbNation, they choose a genre – or multiple genres – to match their style of music. Since every artist is different, they have the option to write in whatever genre they can dream up. And boyyyy, are there some doozies!
We’ve all been there, when your go-to artists and songs just aren’t doing it for you anymore. So this week, we uncovered the secret forest dwellers of the genre world – the ones you didn’t even know existed until right now.
Listen to a hand-picked selection of some of our upcoming and established ambient artists.
“Ambient music must be as ignorable as it is interesting” says Brian Eno who first coined the term. Say what you want about a genre that hides in the shadows, but the Spotify “Sleep” playlist is a powerful one, boasting over 1.1 million followers.
Here at ReverbNation we're constantly discovering new music, sharing our fave songs with each other, and rocking out 24/7. So we figure, why not share some of our current picks with you? Get to know us in our Staff Picks: April Edition playlist.
Here at ReverbNation we're constantly discovering new music, sharing our fave songs with each other, and rocking out 24/7. So we figure, why not share some of our current picks with you? Get to know us in our Staff Picks: March Edition playlist.
A singer-songwriter with a mellow sort of swagger, Max Jury is busy at work finishing up his debut album due out on June 3rd. His newest track, “Numb,” premiered on The Line of Best Fit and perfectly layers Gospel-inspired vocals and unhurried riffs. If you’re in Europe, be sure to catch him on tour following his album release.