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GLG Monthly Playlist: Indie Summer by Paul Corsi
Take a listen to this month's playlist, inspired by Paste and perfect for summer. Full of sun-drenched, feel-good music featuring Carseat Headrest, July Talk, and GLG's own Jupiter Deluxe Tube, Quicksilver Daydream, The Yorks, and Flagship Romance.
GLG May Monthly Playlist: May We Know Them by Emily
Take a listen to this month's playlist, comprised of all female artists featured in music publication, American Songwriter. Packed full of strong women with strong sounds, feat. Angel Olsen, Lucius, Margaret Glaspy, and GLG's own Bonsai, Lauren Marsh, Merry Ellen Kirk, and Victoria Canal.
GLG April Monthly Playlist: Spring Into Action by Emily
Please your ears and take a listen to this indie rock and pop selection inspired by Impose Magazine. Bursting at the seams with propelling tempos, a shimmering demeanor, and ethereal vibes - just in time for Spring. Featuring artists like The Shins, Hippo Campus, Glassio, and GLG's own Allen Clapp, Steph Barrak, Known To Collapse, The Cover Letter, and Split Screens.
GLG March Monthly Playlist: The Good Kind of Blue by Emily
Take a listen to this playlist featuring an array of tunes with a tad of Americana, a tinge of bluegrass, and full-out finger pickin' from the blog, The Bluegrass Situation. Featuring artists like: The Lumineers, Nickel Creek, Fleet Foxes, Greensky Bluegrass, and GLG's own Almond&Olive, Colonial Blue, Nate Leavitt, and Pauline Andres.
GLG February Monthly Playlist: Tough Love by Emily
A playlist born from the featured artists of DrunkenWerewolf, including Steph Barrak.
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