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A New Music Halloween Playlist Curated By Vanessa Ague
IMAGE: Kenrick Mills

A New Music Halloween Playlist Curated By Vanessa Ague

One of the exciting ways to use the New Music USA platform is user-generated playlists. Our goal with playlists is to give you the power to curate the music you love on our site. You can now save, organize, listen to, and share videos and recordings from both projects and profiles by using playlists.

Using playlists is simple and intuitive. When you are logged in and on a profile or project page, if you see a video or sound recording that you want to add to your playlist, just click “Add to Playlist.” Once you do that, you can access your playlist at any time by navigating to “My Playlist” underneath the user tab at the top right of the page. The recordings you’ve added will now appear in your playlist.

Our friend and colleague Vanessa Ague agreed to curate a Halloween-themed playlist with works that she sourced from across the New Music USA platform. She found some great tracks that include performers such as Atlantic Guitar Quartet, Eighth Blackbird, Nadia Sirota, Arkansas Symphony Orchestra, and more! Vanessa’s picks are helping us get into the Halloween mood. Click the link and take your Halloween listening to the next level.

LISTEN TO VANESSA AGUE’S
NEW MUSIC HALLOWEEN PLAYLIST


Vanessa AgueVanessa Ague is a music writer and occasional violinist. She currently runs a blog covering new experimental music called The Road to Sound, and formerly, she worked in fundraising at National Sawdust. Her writing has appeared in The Wire, Pitchfork, The Brooklyn Rail, National Sawdust Log, WNYC’s New Sounds, and WQXR. She holds a Bachelor’s degree from Yale University and was a 2019 Bang on a Can Media Fellow. In her writing, she aims to both situate experimental music practices in today’s sociopolitical climate and to explore the ways in... Read more »


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