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The Quinn’s Daily Spinn: Wednesday, December 4

You might have heard a couple weeks ago that A.T. Branch released his debut EP, Renegade. On our end, we had a fun time digging into it.

So, let’s dig into the opening track, which wound up on a certain list of can’t-miss songs from 2019 not too long ago.

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PREMIERE: Kamber Unveils New Sound with Wistful ‘On My Own’

Nashville singer-songwriter Kamber has embarked on a variety of musical endeavors over the years, most notably through her heavy alternative rock band, Raviner.

However, listeners have never heard her quite like this.

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The Quinn’s Daily Spinn: Tuesday, December 3

Have you ever encountered a familiar face in public and found that you just can’t relate?

Or, have you found that you just don’t want to?

If either of the above statements applies to you, Nate Rose has something new for you.

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The Quinn’s Daily Spinn: Monday, December 2

Last week, while we gave you a listen to one of DaChri’s latest projects, we told you that another of his collaborations would be making it’s way to UMC this week.

We’re here to deliver on that promise, and we think you’ll be happy that we did.

This. Is. A. Banger.

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PREMIERE: Kara Frazier Returns with ‘Lovesick’

Kara Frazier has had quite a year. She released her EP Seven Ages back in March, which was certainly cause for celebration in Nashville. A bit later on, she was named an official ambassador of the Swisher Sweets artist project Class of 2019.

Admittedly, we’ve been waiting to find out what Kara had in store for us next. As of this Friday, the wait is over.

listen to ‘Lovesick’

PHOTOS: Derek Webb at The Basement

When Derek Webb released Stockholm Syndrome in 2009, it was equally experimental and controversial. The album’s urban electronica landscape was a noted departure from Webb’s singer-songwriter roots, while the record found itself under record label censorship due to its unabashed critiques on political and spiritual matters.

On Friday night, Webb celebrated 10 years of his landmark album at The Basement in Nashville, trading in the album’s multi-layered soundscapes for an evening of acoustic interpretations.

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