Playlist Updates

Lazy Indie Morning ? ? ? – Choon Playlist

For years, Spotify has been the go-to place to follow and stream playlists. Yes, it’s still a great platform but in this quickly changing music world, it’s important to use other platforms as well.

Now there’s a new player on the market: Choon. Just a few days ago, the 10,000th track was uploaded, showing it’s already becoming a not-to-be-ignored platform.

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Choon is a music streaming service and digital payments ecosystem—designed to solve the music industry’s most fundamental problems. Tired of earning nothing for your music on Soundcloud and Spotify? Upload your tracks to Choon and join a community of musicians reinventing the music industry.

The best thing about Choon? As an independent artist you’ll earn NOTES when listeners stream your music. As a curator, you’ll earn NOTES as well, when listeners stream your playlist(s). That way, it’s a win-win situation for both indepenent musicians and curators. We’ll explain about Choon in more detail in future Industry Tips blog posts.

Lazy Indie Morning ? ? ?

Release date: July 11th, 2018

One of the first playlists we’ve started curating on Choon, is Lazy Indie Morning. With chill indie vibes to start and enjoy your day more relaxed than you have ever had. Enjoy the best (new) Indie Pop & Folk, Singer-Songwriter and Dream Pop crawled up in bed or on the couch. Sipping your espresso as you start your day.

? Listen to and follow Lazy Indie Morning here

? Submit a track here


Currently on the playlist

Title Artist
Coastline Shavon Bonnie Legion
Take Me With You Shavon Bonnie Legion
In Our Hands Michael Dietrich
Right And Wrong cloudsoutloud
A Homeless Prayer Michael Dietrich
Home To Me Daniel Champagne
Back To Nova Scotia Daniel Champagne
Restless Darren Claxton
Hooked Taylor Renee
No Place Like Home Skyline Tigers
Syrian Song Skyline Tigers
Moon Hanging Low Serena Matthews
Changed Again Darren Claxton
When Your Head’s A Mess Jacob George Band
Passion CloudsOutLoud
Uncharted Road CloudsOutLoud
Stand Alone Together CloudsOutLoud
Chasing Light The Turtle Project
Beyond My Control The Turtle Project
Everyting For Nothing James / Cook
Night In June Why Monkey
The Break-Up Song Joe Uzzo
I’ll Find Someone Joe Uzzo
Mer Amère Everest
Waiting On A Raincloud Darren Claxton
Planes Zalex
Cee Kaysay
Last Dime Caroline Guske
Pictures Slide Deep Inside Peter & Elle / Ray Chapman
Always A Rebel Jon Magnusson
Ode To A Friend Jon Magnusson
Wake Up Juxta
Time Only Moves In One Direction Jonathan Mann
Embertime Embertime
Time Is In My Hands Brent Brown
All About You Another Color Of Gray
That’s The Way Boats
Shallows Boats
Forest Pump Jeffguitar
Sweet Little Thing Jeffguitar
Broken Red Cure
Visa Fran Utanmyra Jon Magnusson
Face Of The Lion Mr. Rose
Luces Del Norte Nostos
Fold Into Yourself Jonathan Mann
City Lies True Hights
Dawn In Honolulu Jim Swan
You’re Not Alone Ray Chapman
The Same Path The Reverse Engineers

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Roel Wensink
the authorRoel Wensink
Roel started ForTheLoveOfBands to provide bands and artists with a platform to get their music heard and provide tips gathered along the way. Being a musician himself, he knows how hard it is and how much time it takes to promote your newly recorded gems.


  • I’m very excited for the possibilities of blockchain and the music industry to help innovate and keep spotify from just getting even larger and more powerful. This seems promising–who doesn’t love a win win?

  • I think streaming is a double edged sword. As much as it has helped sway people to pay for music, which is a tall order in the 21st century, it still has a lot to answer for. The fact that record companies and third party distributors, such as Spotify, take such a large cut from the pocket of musicians, is a difficult pill to swallow for the small independent artist(s). I understand the concept behind Choon and hope that it is successful. But crypto currency just doesn’t seem like the ideal solution to me.

  • Blockchain seems to be the best solution we have to try to find value again in our work. Being rewarded with fiat paper money, and fractions of a cent per stream make creating things in an expensive world, really a difficult task. I am hopeful that blockchain can get outside of that centralized complex and help artists distribute their creative work at a market value that is real.

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