Central to the CASH Music Family is a thing we call “the feed.” (We’re still working on a better name for it, but we’re more focused on the experience than the name. We’ll get there.) The feed is where all Family members get recommendations, reviews, and downloads straight from some of their favorite artists. Imagine a Twitter feed filled with nothing but rad music with sample downloads and purchase/stream links. All family members get access to the feed for as low as $5/month.

Today we announced the initial lineup of artist curators and we couldn’t be more excited. Craig Finn led off by talking about the books, records, and TV he’s been spending time with while on tour with Japandroids. Each of the people below is willing to share a similar look into the art that inspires them. We’re so grateful to each of them because this is how music recommendations should work — people talking about things they love and sharing that love with others.

Maybe you’ll find someone whose own work you love on the list below and they’ll introduce you to something you’ll fall in love with next.

Beth Wawerna (Bird of Youth)
Brendan Canty (Deathfix, Fugazi)
Craig Finn (The Hold Steady, Lifter Puller)
Corin Tucker (Filthy Friends, Sleater-Kinney)
Dapwell (Das Racist, Chillin’ Island)
Ed Rodriguez (Deerhoof)
Gary Jarman (The Cribs)
Greg Saunier (Deerhoof)
Haxan Cloak
Hutch Harris (The Thermals)
JD Samson (Le Tigre, MEN)
Janet Weiss (Quasi, Sleater-Kinney)
Jessica Boudreaux (Summer Cannibals)
John Agnello (producer/engineer)
John Dieterich (Deerhoof)
Jon Wurster (Best Show, Superchunk, Bob Mould, Mountain Goats)
Justin Pearson (Retox, Head Wound City, The Locust)
Kathy Foster (The Thermals)
Melvin Gibbs (Rollins Band, president of C3)
Neko Case
Nick Zinner (Head Wound City, Yeah Yeah Yeahs)
Sam Ray (Ricky Eat Acid)
Satomi Matsuzaki (Deerhoof)
Thurston Moore (Chelsea Light Moving, Sonic Youth)
Westin Glass (The Thermals)
Will Sheff (Okkervil River)
Zachary Lipez (Publicist UK)
Zohra Atash (Azar Swan)

Like any family we hope ours continues to grow. We’ll be adding more curators as time goes on, and we hope you join the Family too.