Glamper is back with their first new release since 2020, and it’s, in the band’s own words, an “ode to the munchies.”Welcome to ‘Snackworld’
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To say we’re pumped about a fresh new year of music and possibilities is an understatement. We’re already seeing the submission form fill up with new reasons for excitement in 2022, and we can’t wait to keep digging in!
With that said, we have some songs from later in 2021 that still need to receive their proper UMC love. So, Jenna and I have teamed up once again to present some of those as…
Songs You Should Hear: Jan. 7, 2022Hear What You Should
If 2022 has fun and interesting releases in store for us like the latest single from D.U.M.B. Luck, we’re about to have an incredible year!Hear ‘Banana Buckets’
Happy New Year! 2022 is only a few days old, and we are here to celebrate the fresh new possibilities before us with a new edition of our UMC20 playlist!
Now that we’ve celebrated the holidays, it’s about time we start telling the story of 2022. NashLive! shows will certainly be a part of that story, and we have a few upcoming lineups represented below, alongside exciting new submissions and selections. Let’s waste no time digging in!Read more
The first NashLive! show of 2022 is coming your way sooner than expected!Learn More
Folks, we did it. We’ve made it to the end of another year, which means that it’s time for your New Year’s resolutions!
2021 was undoubtedly filled with challenges, as the music industry began its climb back from pandemic-induced shutdowns and uncertainty. This state of flux surely made it hard for many people within the industry to set goals at the start of the year. After all, it isn’t easy to hit a moving target.
Nonetheless, we emerge victorious from this year, and head into 2022 with a clearer sense of what’s to come within our industry. That makes this the perfect time to plan for the future – which, by our watches, is just about here!
Here are some New Year’s resolutions we’ve cooked up for musicians. Feel free to adopt these and make them specific to your circumstances. And, if there are any we should add, let us know in the comments!