Would like “playFlames” (note lowercase p) written out for a Facebook-style banner logo, and would like “pF” (matching the style of the banner) for the logo as it might appear in a little profile picture bubble for Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, etc.
In my head I’m picturing bright neon rave colors on a black/very dark background (if you’re also able to create an “inverted” alternate version on a white BG to be used for hats/tanks and other merch that would be especially amazing) in a style inspired by neon light signs, graffiti, or other nightlife, festival, and streetwear-inspired aesthetics (see below for examples) -- but I could be open to something completely different too if it’s done well. I've also toyed with including headphones, literal flames, and/or a green ‘play’ button in my own concept sketches (I am deliberately not attaching most of those concept images as I wasn't particularly crazy about any of them) so if any of those elements fit in with the rest of the design you're going for, by all means incorporate them, but those elements are not 100% necessary.
My website URL is playflames.audio -- and account name is @playflamesaudio on all social media and music streaming services (Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat, Reddit, Soundcloud) except Spotify which is just playFlames, since you don't get a separate display name and "@-name" on Spotify. If you feel like sticking "playflames.audio --line skip-- @playflamesaudio --line skip-- (Spotify logo) playFlames" in the bottom left corner of the banner image or wherever go ahead, but not a big deal either way -- I can always add those in myself later on.
I'll be using these graphics on my website as well, as mentioned above http://playflames.audio -- not online yet but will be done through Wordpress with a professional theme of some sort. That may or may not be relevant at all, but I figured I'd go ahead and mention all the various use cases I have in mind for these images.