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Fresh Hunts for the Week of November 12, 2021


We love keeping you up to date and stocking your playlists up with new music. In our ever-evolving attempts to bring you the newest and freshest finds in this rapidly changing music industry, we update our Fresh Hunts playlist every single Friday. It is one of our biggest playlists curated with the utmost care. So, tune in to our weekly gift to the people we love most – YOU!

In case you missed it, this week, we give you the newest from Common Creation, Zeds Dead, Itona, Lubelski, Slowform, Marvel Years, Kyral x Banko, Rome in Silver, and many more.

Enjoy some of our favorite additions to this week’s
Fresh Hunts Playlist.


“Mystic Morning” – Common Creation

“Stay” – Itona

“i hope ur miserable until ur dead- Zeds Dead Remix ” – Nessa Barrett, Zeds Dead

“Believe” – bd hbt, Saint Miller

“Ice Cream Cone” – Lubelski

“Cthulu- slowform Remix” – Slowform

“Don’t Stop” – Marvel Years, Maddy O’Neal

“Leaving” – Saturna

“Greenside” – Kyral X Banko

“Fill Up My Soul” – Rome in Silver

“Aura” – Snavs

“INHIBITIONS” – jordnmoody

“Out of Sight (Out of Mind)” – leet

We’ll see all of you Hawklings on Friday 🙂


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Looking for new music? Keep up with our weekly Spotify Playlist, Fresh Hunts. Updated every Friday with all the latest releases. Whether it’s the newest drops from your favorite artists, all your favorite artists, some old-school, or underground…we just want you to hear it.

November recognizes Native American Heritage Month. Since the first Europeans set foot in North America, Native Americans endured innumerable atrocities. From the genocide during colonization to the continued destruction of the land stolen from them. Native Americans face oppression to this day, as well as ongoing disrespect to places and practices that are sacred to their culture. Learn about the historical and modern issues Indigenous Americans face on the Native American Rights Fund website.

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