Your favourites (October 2019)

I love it when a plan comes together… As announced, I was on holiday in October. By consequence, I haven’t been able to add new recommendations to the blog until this week. Despite that, the monthly figures show hardly any dip. As I had hoped, you found your way to the Carte Blanche Music archive. Great to see the ‘long tail’ principle also applies to blogs. To this one, at least…

Nevertheless, the Top 10 of articles you read the most in October is in line with earlier round-ups. Roi by Videoclub is still by far the most popular song  among you. By far. Its follow-up, former Wildcard En Nuit, is in the list as well this month. Your open-mindedness towards great new music really showed in October, as you gave Rick Astley a warm welcome in terms of views. 30 Years after his Stock Aitken Waterman produced worldwide hits, he still proves relevant in 2019.

Pretty much all of the rest of the Top 10 is exclusive Carte Blanche Music material. Correct me if I’m wrong, but I haven’t heard any of these tracks on any radio station outside the artists’ home country. I’m confident that is one of the success factors of this blog. Thanks for your confidence!

Your full Top 10 of favourite recommendations in October is below. Since I’ve continued to add new tracks to my 2019 container playlist Carte Blanche Music during my holiday, my Spotify list has by now expanded to circa 865 songs. If you wish to follow it, please click here.

  1. Videoclub – Roi
  2. Rick Astley – Every One Of Us
  3. IBE – Table Of Fools
  4. Calby – The Everyday Bit
  5. Eliza & The Delusionals – Just Exist
  6. Friedberg – Go Wild
  7. Shanguy – Toukassé (WC)
  8. Videoclub – En Nuit (WC)
  9. Sheppard – Kiss My Fat Ass
  10. Claire Laffut feat. Yseult – Nudes

(WC) = former Carte Blanche Music Wildcard

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