ReverbNation Re-playlist

ReverbNation Re-playlist

Molly Shores & Dianna Augustine

Now is your chance to join our September campaign with ReverbNation: Submit Here!

Our most-recently completed ReverbNation campaign reached thousands, and we hand-picked less than 50 of the best, most interesting or up-and-coming artists that submitted. Each time, we hope to expose our readers to new artists that we feel deserve a listen and drive traffic to the artists. As we wrap that campaign, take a look at the playlist below for a taste of the broad-range genre coverage.

We would like to thank everyone who submitted to our campaigns in the past. Even if you were not chosen, we appreciate the hard work that all art requires, even if it isn’t chosen as the best yet. Keep creating, and we’ll keep listening.

 

A letter from the President of Shutter 16:

It was extremely difficult to pick a favorite off of this list. I’ll be honest some of the choices of my co-workers was no where near anything I’d remotely listen to. That’s the beauty of these campaigns we do with ReverbNation, it stretches my listening sometimes to levels of panic. Pardon my candor, sometimes, just sometimes, it’s an awful experience. Flipping through song after ghastly song, I can’t believe some ‘artists’ call this stuff music. Or put it on the internet for all to hear! Then I come back down to two realizations 1. I must give anyone the respect of actually doing what they love and are compelled to-do-so even if it’s not my preferred listening material and 2. Try to be open-minded. Sometimes it takes a while for albums, songs, lyrics, tones, etc to click. I listened to one of my favorite albums of all time about 25 times before I could even stomach it (Heather Nova’s Oyster).

 

President’s pick of this past campaign:

Alexander McKay– The entire experience of learning his music is just the epitome of a romantic summer night with a fresh guitar and new nimble fingers hearing pitch for the first time; simply beautiful. It’s a longing, an awakening, just one of those “it,’ moments all of us music lovers long for. He’s just the right balance of the singer-songwriter, smokey vocals and what I imagine to be the staple of the American rambling man. Endless hours traveling long winding roads on tour to emotion – artist personified.  I’m officially in lust, and want to further this relationship into full-blown adorational love. It will happen, oh it will.

 

Letter from Editor-in-Chief:

The best part of our ReverbNation coverage is the chance to be the first person to publish a review for certain artists. Anyone can write a review on national acts, without ever talking to them or reaching out. With our campaigns, though, it sometimes takes a lot of digging to gain the needed information. Sometimes it’s silly how much digging is required; we recommend that you always have band-members listed, where to purchase your music (and anything you think that the public should have their hands on) in as MANY places as possible. Even when all of this information is a Google away, there’s so much to learn about the artists at hand, that we have to reach out. There are some stories that we would never have heard about if we had not done the research ourselves. That being said, I’d like to announce my pick for this campaign.

 

EIC’s pick: Bryarly

When digging for information about this artist, it certainly helped that the first impression (vocally and visually) was ace. Upon further research I discovered just how much work she puts into what she produces, which spans from video editing, comedy, starring in her own music videos, song-writing and singing. Her style is fresh and clear, with a much-needed combination of drive and professionalism. Check her out here, because she’s the best that I found during this campaign.

Thank you to all the of the artists who submitted and I hope to see you in our inbox again, if you were not picked please submit again!

See you on the road.

ReverbNation campaign May-July playlist, enjoy!

EXTRA : If you have some time to browse our recent campaign here are all the links you could ever need.

Shaun Canon – Shaun Canon Saves the Day: One Song at a Time  

Celeste Buckingham  – ReverbNation’s Editor’s Picks: Next Big Hits

Palaye Royale – Grown From Fashion Seeds: Palaye Royale

Dead Day Revolution – Dead Day Revolution Earworms

Jamez Anthony  – ReverbNation’s Editor’s Picks: Next Big Hits

Bryarly – Editor’s Pick: Bryarly Bishop Redefines the Triple Threat

Emma Bilyou  – ReverbNation’s Editor’s Picks: Next Big Hits

Van Wild – ReverbNation Artist Spotlight : Van Wild 

Three Armed Decoy –  The Mystery of Three Armed Decoy

Michael Lucarelli  – Editor’s Picks: Indie Names to Watch

Maria Diebolt –  Maria Diebolt: Young and in Love With America

Falling Through April  – Falling Through April to Play in The Middle of The Atlantic Ocean 

Adam Exler  – Editor’s Picks: Indie Names to Watch

Bela Takes Chase- These Young Female Artists are The Future of Music

Spaceship Days – ReverbNation Spotlight: Spaceship Days

Heaven and Earth – Reverbnation Spotlight: Heaven and Earth

So Long Storyland – When Student and Teacher Form a Band 

Matt Henshaw – The Music of Matt Henshaw & the Neurotic Nature of Top 5 Listers

Alexander McKay  – ReverbNation’s Editor’s Picks: Next Big Hits 

Santino  – ReverbNation Artist: Santino

Whiskey N’ Rye – Seattle’s Rustic Whiskey N’ Rye

Rexford  – ReverbNation’s Editor’s Picks: Next Big Hits

Gabbie Rae –  ReverbNation Artist Spotlight: The Next Rock Goddess?

Bellusira   – Bellusira: Aussie Rock

Kelly Cheats On Status Quo with Genre

LOAD – LOAD on Laundry, Broken Necks and House Fires 

Hannah Gill – These Young Female Artists are The Future of Music    

Don Destin  – Editor’s Picks: Indie Names to Watch

Jocelyn Arndt – These Young Female Artists are The Future of Music

Sixtensplit – Grizzled Punk Rock Veterans: SixTenSplit

My Dear Addiction – Metal’s Next Big Band? (MY Dear Addiction Review)

InCrest – InCrest: Grunge, Anyone?

Keen Society –  Reverberation Music Review: Keen Society

Midnight Mob -The Rock ‘N’ Roll Spirit Lives in Midnight Mob

Swell Daze  – Editor’s Picks: Indie Names to Watch

Erin Mason – These Young Female Artists are The Future of Music

Agoraphobia  – Editor’s Picks: Indie Names to Watch

Osara – ReverbNation Artists Spotlight: Osara

The Reason You Stayed – ReverbNation Spotlight: The Reason You Stayed

Annika – These Young Female Artists are The Future of Music

The Color Exchange  – The Color Exchange Passes Important Tests

Blackwater Drowning – Revealing Blackwater Drowning Interview

The Bleeps – The Bleeps: A Reverbnation Band Review

Saving Saturday –  Local Band Saving Saturday on Getting Naked and Making Babies

AMET Ricky – AMET Ricky Interview: Always Measuring Every Triumph Realizing Inferiority Can Kill You  

The Reason You Stayed – ReverbNation Spotlight: The Reason You Stayed

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