Less Than 1,000 Followers 2021

January 16, 2021

Hi, two whole weeks into 2021 and we have great releases by unknown but hot bands that I want to share with you next 10 tracks released yesterday… Are you ready to rock???

1.- Guerilla State Never Take Me

2.- Panem The Empty Man

3.- Jane Allison Magdalene

4 Bertie Newman Lost

5.- RUIZ! Please Baby Please

6.- LearningToDive Rainbow Fall

7.- The Farrago Hat Lips

8.- Chang Tempting

9.-Pushpin Folds

10.- Lombardy Don’t Wanna See You Round Here

This is the Spotify Playlist that is updated constantly with the best unkonwn bands that I can find. Right now around 500 tracks added December 2020 to these days. 

Enjoy it and stay tuned and keep safe and sound!!!


100 Underground Tracks 2020 (73-81)

Decemb er 07, 2020. Hi, I’m really excited we’re already 81 tracks in this countdown and only one more post to get to the TOP10… but wait, one step at the time, first next batch for this sick Playlist #100undergroundtracks2020, time for these 9 bands with the track that I enjoy the most and already locked a place here#showlove

73.- Boo Hag Burial Ground

74.- Alpha Signal Milking a Deadman

75.- Ashtrace Withdrawal

76.- Concrete Armbands Setraline

77.- Tape.Rewind.Repeat Foundations

78.- The Amber Day Missing Man

79.- Venus Twins The Whole Thing is Sick

80.- deathcrash Bind

81.- Teen Creeps Seeing Shapes

The whole 81 tracks are here in this Playlist

Stream, Support, Share and enjoy it!!!

P.S. Remember that you can always find me here https://linktr.ee/Jpgchief

In case you missed the previous post

Debut Track Of The Day

Today Sam Dielle a British 23 years old singer songwriter present his debut single a protest song…

This brings to my mind   Fernando Delgaillo (he’s a “trovador”) and in his song “De la canción de Protesta” (of the protest song)… in this track he talks more o less about that the singers need to talk out loud the problems that we’re living in.

Well Sam just did that, I asked about this debut track and this is his answer:

“I have just released my first solo track ‘Half a Cent’. I wrote this track about the under payment of artists by streaming services. Spotify pay artists less than $0.004 per stream (hence the title Half a Cent), and it motivated me to write a protest song against the sorry state of the modern music industry, and the daily struggles that independent artists go through on a daily basis. Musically, Half a Cent is a fierce Indie Rock song that combines acoustic elements with soaring electric guitars and a pounding electronic beat to create a catchy tune perfect to start a revolution to”

I hope not only you can enjoy this track but also support this artist streaming and sharing his work (for what its worth) that obviously you can fin in the Playlist Debut Bands (Of The Radar), also Fresh Singles, Less Than 1,000 Followers and Alterindie State Of Mind.