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The Richer Unsigned Playlist
Best of September 2017 by Karousel Music
Acts for the Best Of September 2017 Richer Unsigned playlist have been chosen by Karousel Music. Karousel Music is a London based collective of musicians, songwriters and music industry professionals dedicated to promoting a better environment for songwriters, artists and budding music business pros.
Best Of August 2017 By Reload Sessions
YouTube channel Reload Sessions have chosen acts for this month's Richer Unsigned playlist. Their channel boasts over 85,000 subscribers, showcasing their favourite developing artists. Take a listen to their favourite 10 Richer Unsigned acts:
Best of July 2017 by Time Out
Acts for the 'Best of July' Richer Unsigned playlist have been chosen by Ray Jones of Time Out. Ray ran the hugely successful 'Rising Stars' programme which featured a wide variety of emerging artists. Take a listen to his top picks:
Best of June 2017 by The Unsigned Music Awards
Tracks from this month's playlist have been chosen by The Unsigned Music Awards, a platform to promote unsigned, self-signed and otherwise emerging artists, around the world. The first ceremony took place in October 2016 - with awards in a variety of categories.
Best Of May 2017 by @London
This month's playlist has been curated by @London, the largest Instagram handle for any major city, boasting 2.1 million followers, 25m viewers per week on the channel and 1m per day on Instagram stories. Their music editor Matt Spracklen has picked his favourite 10 Richer Unsigned artists for this month's playlist. Take a listen to his chosen 10:
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ARTIST OF THE WEEK
“…a perfect mix of past and present, with layers of spacey guitars clashing against rolling drums, falling somewhere between vintage psychedelia and modern garage rock…” Read the article in full here