Playlist of the Week (2018/1)

I’ve seen a teeny weeny bit of growth in the number of people listening to my tracks over the last few months, mostly via other peoples’ Spotify playlists. This has been a big encouragement to keep going – the last couple of months have been pretty tough.

So, this year, I thought I’d do a new series of posts with playlists that I’ve been included on and give a shout out to the fantastic people who have been willing to add my music to their lists. If you like the list, give it a follow of course and listen again! I’ll keep going with the series for as many weeks as there are playlists with my music on, so if you’ve got a public playlist and I’m on it, let me know! (NB: your playlist needs to be suitable for all-age listening! I don’t think my music is likely to fit too well on a seriously dark playlist or one that has a lot of swearing anyway, so it’s unlikely to be an issue, but just saying…)

My first playlist of the week in 2018 is Our Fierce Female Friends. It’s by Susan Moss of MoonDreams Music, who makes beautiful lullabies and gentle music suitable for young children (make sure you listen to track 4 for a sample of her work). Susan’s an avid playlist creator, often featuring independent artists like myself amongst better known tracks, which is hugely appreciated.

So, I hope you enjoy listening. Hopefully it will brighten up your commute or chillout time or when you’re doing the cooking.

7 thoughts on “Playlist of the Week (2018/1)

    • There might be something better soon… Spotify doesn’t pay artists very well. You might like to check out for a load of indie artists ;0) That site is more generous to artists, but the snag is that it pays cryptocurrency rather than ‘real money’. It’s also a bit slow loading tunes for now.

    • Hi, I do make music (it’s at plus Spotify, Apple Music etc). I’m featuring other peoples’ playlists for the POTW feature. If I like those songs I have some Spotify playlists of my own I could add them to, but I’m not currently doing a weekly list of my own. Hope that makes sense :0)

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