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The Richer Unsigned Playlist
The Richer Unsigned playlist is updated with new music every week. It is played in 52 Richer Sounds stores across the UK and promoted heavily online.
Best Of October 2018 by Metropolis Studios
We've enlisted our friends at Metropolis Studios to help us curate the Best Of October playlist! Check out all of their great choices below!
Best Of September 2018 by ie:music
Happy September! Last month saw us handling the curatorial duties for the ‘Best Of’ playlist, but we’re back to scheduled programming with more great guest curators, like this month’s guest, ie:music! They’ve picked 10 amazing artists for your listening enjoyment — check ‘em out!
Best of August 2018 by Richer Unsigned
For this month's Best Of playlist, we've taken the reins and picked 10 of great artists that we feel really highlight the diverse music we get submitted on a daily basis here at Richer Unsigned! Click the 'Submit' link in the top corner of your screen to send us your own music!
Best of July 2018 by Cornbury Festival
We've partnered with Cornbury Festival to bring you the best of July 2018 playlist featuring 15 fantastic artists. Each of the artist will be performing on the Riverside Stage at Cornbury Festival (13-15th July). For more info on the festival and full line up click here
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Subscribe for FREE to the Richer Unsigned Spotify channel, topped up with a selection of the best music from our monthly playlist, ‘Artist of The Week’, and bi-weekly ‘Favourite 5′, where 5 tracks have been chosen by a guest publication. Previous contributions have come from Q Magazine, Radio 1 DJ Alice Levine, Music Week, TMRW Magazine and many more…
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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