Two familiar faces on Nashville’s pop circuit have combined forces for an anthem about self-worth and self-respect.Listen to ‘Fine’
Monthly Archives: September 2020
All pandemic long, we’ve seen artists getting inventive about how they shoot new music videos, keeping social distancing protocols in mind.
You can go ahead and add Moontower to that list!Hear (and see) Thursday’s Daily Spinn!
The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic — alongside the other unrest in the world — can leave us with a feeling of hopelessness.
However, there’s always hope on the other side — and that’s where we may find the light and meaning in the struggle.Get Some Real Talk!
Let’s close our month of Daily Spinns with an artist we’ve had our eye on for a little while here at UMC. Meet KiNG MALA.Hear Wednesday’s Daily Spinn
Last week, we announced that we are teaming up with Helping Our Music Evolve (HOME) and Center 615 on Live from the 615, which gives artists and community partners the opportunity to execute high-quality live broadcast productions – without breaking the bank.
What we haven’t told you until now is that we have our own October slot — and we want to give it away!Find out How to Win!
Having a month with five Tuesdays simplifies and complicates the UMC20 Best Of selection process, all at once.
It’s simplified, for the fact that we try to pick five songs apiece from each of month’s prior four playlists. It’s complicated when narrowing it down to those five each, however, because there’s so much good stuff to choose from.Hear the Best of September
Don’t let the infectious groove and pulsing synths fool you: TIOGA‘s new single goes to some dark places.Hear Tuesday’s Daily Spinn
A Connecticut native who grew up in Virginia, Nick Ryan’s early songwriting experiences in Nashville moved him to pursue music full-time in Music City. Born in the 80s, the up-and-coming songwriter draws influence from the likes of Sheryl Crow, Alanis Morrissette, and other prominent 90s alt-pop artists.
Today on The Quinn Spinn, we go in-depth on Nick’s journey, as he tells us about the many projects that comprise his “five-year plan.”#GetSpunn
If we can be real for a second — and, even though UMC’s entire existence hinges on hyperconnectivity — it’s been easy to get a little “Tired of the Internet” from time to time since the pandemic began.Hear Monday’s Daily Spinn
COVID-19’s impacts have taken a toll on the live music world; however, the San Francisco-based Hardly Strictly Bluegrass festival is determined to Let the Music Play On.Learn More