Written by Omari
New House music blogs, artists, songs, and releases are popping up every second it seems like. So how do you know which playlists are the right ones to follow? Unlike some other genres, House is just as popular on SoundCloud as it is on Spotify and YouTube in our opinion.
It’s well known that artists like Deadmau5 are going to get millions of listeners on Spotify, but why do another music review of someone who’s already getting all the press?
Sure, it’s cool to be abreast of what’s happening on the scene, but what happened to discovering new independent House artists, albums, and releases before everyone else?
What happened to individuality and liking something just because YOU liked it?
If you want to be like everybody else and follow the crowd, this list probably isn’t for you.
We strive to find playlists that don’t encourage vulgarity, misogyny, drug use, violence, and well… ignorance. Who said you needed all that to have a good time?
In our playlists you’ll find artists encouraging love, compassion, peace, & respect. That doesn’t mean these songs are for kids (although you can certainly play them with your family). This means that artists can indeed talk about real and true things without promoting explicit content.
Be sure to follow and subscribe to these playlists with the top Deep, Big Room, & Melbourne House songs!