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    Stack (by HypeMachine)

    Newsletter of music tracks that are getting attention

    Kevin FerretProduct Manager, AgilOne · Written
    I personally use Stack/HypeMachine, mostly for discovery (they don't cover too much the big bands and pop genres). It contains a weekly selection of 5 tracks (not too much, not too little), and they usually have an album preview + a mix/podcast on top + 1 great article suggestion. I find this to be the perfect balance between "keep in touch with new music" and drinking directly from the firehose when trying to keep up with NPR/Pitchfork/others's tons of shows/blogs... It tends to favor a bit more indie rock, hip-hop and space-y electronica but it's overall quite balanced (to sum it up : it's very hipster-ish but not at all restricted to specific genres).
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    Ryan HooverFounder of Product Hunt & Weekend Fund · Written
    I've been a long-time listener of Hype Machine. It's a great place to find up-and-coming artists, remixes, and music you wouldn't ever hear on the radio.
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    Noon Pacific 2.0

    The week’s best music handpicked & delivered to your devices

    wojtekceo @ naval's fortune cookie co. · Written
    I've been following Noon Pacific since the beginning and they handpick some great music. There's also a Slack community where people can send their own submissions.
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    Fresh Cut Finds
    Matt Williams made this product
    Check out Fresh Cut Finds - we have curated playlists featuring music across genres & eras and are also building out galleries of other great music products to help you discover music. Hope you enjoy!
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