Music & Words

Indie music blog. Their music, our words, in perfect harmony.

A year of discovering new music #music365

Have you ever considered how many songs are there out there? There are 125 million tracks on Soundcloud, 80 million on Spotify and god knows how many on YouTube – and this number is growing every hour with new songs. My new challenge is to find and share at least one of them every day I haven’t listened to before. Join me in the new series discovering new talent every day for a year. You can check out all of them under #music365 on the blog and on twitter.


Listen to the lists of the featured songs on various platforms:

A sample of the latest posts

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You can read them all in the #music365 category.


About Miss Andi

My soul breathes music and exhales words. Be careful, you might end up in one of my creations one day. And you might even like it.

2 comments on “A year of discovering new music #music365

  1. John Holton
    9 July, 2016

    Think I’ll join you; I’ve been looking for a way to use my Soundcloud account.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Miss Andi
      9 July, 2016

      Glad to hear! Their random recommendations are pretty good to be honest, you start at one song and they’ll play another you’ll love, too! 🙂


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