RouteNote artist Arc North featured on cover of Twitch playlist

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Congratulations to RouteNote artist Arc North, featured artist for the Vox Pop playlist on Soundtrack by Twitch!

Swedish producer Oscar Christiansson makes fresh and exciting electronic music as Arc North. 2022 is starting off nicely for the producer, whose song “What You Want” has just been added to the Vox Pop playlist on Soundtrack by Twitch.

Not only that, but Arc North is the cover artist for the playlist on Twitch and Spotify. Soundtrack on Twitch means streamers can use licensed music from the playlists without worrying about takedowns.

This isn’t the first time Arc North has found success as a video soundtrack. His music has been used by influencers including Jake Paul.

Meanwhile Arc North’s releases have been added to huge playlists like Mint on Spotify, where he boasts 2 million monthly listeners.

And for good reason. Released via Enforce Records, “What You Want” is a fantastic introduction to Arc North’s music, featuring a funky groove to the bass, and a catchy vocal that’s powerful one moment and vulnerable the next.

Check out the Vox Pop playlist on Soundtrack here!


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I write about music for RouteNote, sharing fun stuff, news, and tips and tricks for musicians and producers. Also a saxophonist and hater of marmalade.

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