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This is the name that the popular magazine Dazed & Confused uses for their weekly playlists – and while not everyone will agree with their funky taste of music, maybe you will love some of the other ones on this short and sweet list.
Now that we’ve started with them, let’s say a bit more. Every week, the magazine shares the tracks they can’t stop listen to. What can you expect? A bit of everything, really – from chill electronic music to the newest experimental hip-hop. Only new music also, so a lot of up and coming artists. Listen to them here http://www.dazeddigital.com/playlist.
They have a ton of weekly playlists, and here you can discover a lot of really cool tracks, all conveniently listed as “Sounds of the 70s”, “Pop music”, “Old skool” or “Essential classics”. On the platform, you can also save, explore and listen to them without any fuss, it’s all made in the easiest way possible so that you can simply sit back and discover new music. Listen to the featured ones here - http://www.bbc.co.uk/music/playlists/featured.
Well, this is probably the biggest player in the selection. Every Monday, Spotify kick-starts the new week with a playlist that is tailored for you and you only – and a lot of people are loving it. The idea is that they take the music you love and listen to on the platform, and they suggest what else you could be loving. As they explain, if there is a band out there that 20 people are going to love, they connect the band to those exact people – sounds like a deal, right? Give it a try at https://www.spotify.com/uk/discoverweekly/.