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JESUS IS COMING—REALLY
Your skepticism is understandable, given recent history. (10/21a)
STRUNG OUT
ON STRINGS
KG is happy for a change. (10/21a)
U.K. MIDWEEKS: A BATTLE FOR #1
Sometimes our two countries seem quite distinct from each other taste-wise. (10/21a)
JESUS IS COMING—REALLY
But shouldn't "is" have an initial cap? (10/21a)
TOP 50 CHART: THIS THING IS BROKE
Never...again (10/21a)
RIHANNA PREPARES TO RULE THE ROOST
What shoes go with dancehall?
WHAT'S NEXT FOR R&B?
How certain projects connect at streaming.
THE K-POP LANDSCAPE
농담은 한국어에서 더 잘 작동합니다.
THE NEW GRAMMY POWER
Change is nigh.
THE B-SIDE
A FRUITFUL PLAYLIST
10/8/18

When I last talked to Ryan Thompson, owner of The Drunken Coconut, his network had a very impressive standing, with three public playlists that had generated more than 63k unique followers. Since then, his Spotify page has welcomed nine additional playlists, highlighting a variety of moods and buried genres, such as Brazilian Bass and Melbourne Bounce. His playlists, however, aren’t the only things doubling in size; almost four months later, The Drunken Coconut has been able to accumulate 190k+ followers. To say he’s been keeping busy is an understatement.

 

Today, The Drunken Coconut generates around 10k new followers a month. And Ryan receives more than 2,000 demos a month, which he then vets to sort into one of his 12 playlists—though I have no doubt in my mind these numbers are set to grow.

 

To submit tracks for consideration — visit The Drunken Coconut’s SubmitHub page.