We have so much to get to with this week’s edition of UMC20, and that includes providing clues about what’s coming down the pike in the near future.
We have upcoming (and previous) Quinn Spinn guests featured here, as well as artists set for forthcoming NashLive! shows this fall. We have submissions from multiple different continents and, of course, we touch as many genres as possible across these 20 tracks.
Sound exciting to you? Good, because it does to us. Let’s go!
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We’ve got some fresh, eclectic sounds to comprise this week’s edition of Songs You Should Hear.
Everything here has elements of pop. However, each song is by no means formulaic. Each one expands upon the boundaries of what pop music can be, blending styles making for exciting listens the whole way through.
Hear What You Should
We all have that friend whom we adore, but whose differences preclude us from becoming “more than friends.” Emmy Law explores this realization on her new single, “Black and White.”
Hear the Single
As summer rages on, Jack Vinoy has returned to turn up the heat just a little bit more.
All year long, we’ve had to get creative, as we’ve looked for ways to Keep the Music Playing here in Nashville.
Now, in collaboration with the iconic 3rd & Lindsley, we’ve found another way — live, in-person, and 100% CDC-compliant!
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The early tastes we received of Sean Cunningham‘s debut solo EP, The Whole Charade, indicated that we were in for an auditory joyride, marked by inventive production and from-the-heart stories.
Check it out!
Sometimes, being a hopeless romantic can carry an insidious price.
Hear Tuesday’s Daily Spinn
Earlier this spring, Leo Lauren released the second single from his upcoming EP, and we have to declare: infatuation has never sounded so good!
Hear Monday’s Daily Spinn
Life’s unexpected turns will always put our choices and actions into perspective. This is especially true when that turn involves a close call with a loved one.
Hey, remember the beach? Remember when we could go there freely?
Well, it may be a little while before we can do that on our own. In the mantime, the new single from Someya can take you there in mind and spirit.
Hear the Single