Playlistplay family, We never thought Playlistplay would become what it is today. When we started this company 4 years ago, we never thought we would be a recognized name throughout the KC music community, let alone the US and various other parts of the world.
Featuring: Small Talks, PUP, Unturned, Quixotic, Bad Books, Elliah Heifetz, plus more Discovery Playlists offer a chance to find your new favorite songs as well as discover new tracks from your favorite artists. Want to submit music to be reviewed for our playlists? Reach out via
I see music as a fire that is always burning and has always been a part of humanity. I feel as if I live with so much musical inspiration that I'm obligated to grab a torch and do something with it. If I identify with
Music, for me, is a way of life - an extension of my inner self. When I was in elementary school, I would get in trouble for singing out loud. Seriously, this happened exponentially. I would sing my favorite songs as I did my work.
Agouti sets you up for a wild ride with "Times Of Clouds And Sun". The debut single from San Fransisco experimental psych outfit leaves the listener reeling; dizzy and yearning for just a little bit more. With tinges of classic rock influence and a strong
Aaron and I first played music together in Boston in 2005. Set to the soundtrack of our mutual favorite band at the time, Guster, we became fast friends. Something in their music was nostalgic and inspiring, and it excited something in us both, equally and
Success and failure have been (very) prominent features in my life, always showing up at random moments in extreme amounts. I set the bar very high for myself as a child; apparently I was the complete package once upon a time, and that distinction has
Featuring: Hot Chip, Sleepwalkers, Saturday Morning Cartoons, Delta Sleep, Snow Ghosts, Shilow, plus many more. Discovery Playlists offer a chance to find your new favorite songs as well as discover new tracks from your favorite artists. Want to submit music to be reviewed for our playlists?
I remember waking up each Saturday morning to the rumbling of my father’s stereo. The first song on his Saturday morning playlist was always ELO’s “10538 Overture”. The arpeggiated guitars disrupted my sleep, while the French Horn graciously asked me to open my eyes. By
Conducted and written by Madelynne Jones. More of Madelynne's writing can be found on her blog, and in her weekly newsletters, we highly recommend checking both out! A Conversation with Larsen on finding their sound, raw collaboration, and bromance. For fans of Thrice, Young the