Musically, 2021 was a special year. Hardly any live performances, except online. But still we have discovered enough beautiful new music. Our favorite tracks can be found in this playlist. You will find all the songs that have been in the top20 in the past year. Sorted by the results in the chart. Here atContinue reading “Spotify Playlist – Best of CoolTop20 2021”
Sometimes a track sounds very similar. Where did I hear this before? This playlist helps you out. Just relax, listen to all tracks. Put it on shuffle. As from now on you will always remember. This is where you heard this beat before!
The Beatles have inspired many of us. And still do today. We have collected some great examples of freshly released tracks that could well fit a Beatles album. A must listen if you are fan of the Beatles. With: The Unknown Brothers, Fendahlene, Royal Parks, Fisj, Sky Diving Penguins, The John Michie Collective, DuncanC, DanielContinue reading “Spotify Playlist – Indiespired by The Beatles”
I must admit. I’m not very much into Christmas songs. Same tracks every year. Bells are ringing. Wonderful Christmastime blabla. But hey, there is an alternative! Last year Chenel No.1 started to collect some Indie Christmas songs for us. We already have a great set of alternative Christmas songs with artists like: Denny Lloyd, ChenelContinue reading “Spotify Playlist – Have a wonderful Indie Christmas”
Last week we published the Indie Collaboration playlist. This week we have a playlist full of cool remixes. With Bulzara, 3mind Blight, Joe Peacock, Cat Cactus, Fabien Lecombte, Brainheart, REZarin, Senistar, Signal Committee, D.J.Skyjump and many others!
We think collaborations between artists are cool. Mostly because we like the new creative ideas and results. Another advantage is the artists combine their best skills. Not convinced? Give this playlist a try! With cool combinations like: Gribbles & Stick Up Boys, Sean Buckley & Chris James Willows, Dizzy Panda & Yogishine, Hipster Pug &Continue reading “Spotify Playlist – COOL Indie Collaborations”