We’ve all had that love that we knew wasn’t good for our health. Nonetheless, like a moth to the flame, we’ve collided with it head-first, time and time again.Hear Thursday’s Daily Spinn
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We’ve decided that the middle of your week needs to rock, and rock hard. That’s why we’re going to sit back and let Yard of Blondes deliver the goods.Hear Wednesday’s Daily spinn
Austin-based electropop duo Me Nd Adam seem to be garnering a lot of positive attention about their self-proclaimed “trashwave” sound these days. Not only have they received press from the likes of Wonderland Magazine, Alt Press, American Songwriter, Rolling Stone India and The Line of Best Fit, but their new single, “The More I Grow Up,” received the seal of approval from one of their greatest influences.Hear Tuesday’s Daily Spinn
TFW you know you can look, but you shouldn’t touch. And then, you reach out for a big handful anyway. That’s what The Slow Drag’s new banger, “Red Flag,” is all about.Listen and Read More
On Friday night, PuffHost came to Helping Our Music Evolve (H.O.M.E.) and took us all to “Recess.”
On the title track of her forthcoming EP, Lizzie Weber expresses what it feels like to have the support you need in challenging times, like the kind we’ve all been facing these last few months. So, “How Does It Feel?”
It feels like being wrapped in a warm blanket and loving arms; a comforting, empathetic embrace, reminding you you’re strong enough to keep going.
Austin, TX-based punks The Blowies are celebrating the release of their self-titled album in unconventional fashion. They are hosting a week full of programming titled The Blowies National Convention on their socials, where their aim is to heal the nation “one blowie at a time.”
Phillip-Michael Scales often finds himself to be the only Black person in the room. The discomfort that comes along with that — and the ways it is often minimized — is the subject of his new, blues-tinged single.
We’re going to send you into the weekend on an upbeat note, with a new single about owning your dating trainwrecks.Hear Friday’s Daily Spinn
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For months, we’ve been following Natalie Schlabs along the journey to her new album, Don’t Look Too Close, which will release to the world tomorrow!Hear Thursday’s Daily Spinn