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The Quinn’s Daily Spinn: Tuesday, November 19

The idea of pop as a genre is a fluid one; one which combines the conventional wisdom of what’s popular at the time, but which allows its artists to push its parameters, add elements of varied influences, and create new and exciting sounds.

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PREMIERE: A.T. Branch Takes a Sobering Look at Addiction and Abuse with ‘The Flood’

As we’ve previously established, A.T. Branch is unafraid when it comes to tackling uncomfortable topics. It’s why his forthcoming EP is called Renegade.

Today, he takes on addiction and abuse with his latest single, “The Flood.”

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PREMIERE: Elisabeth Beckwitt’s ‘Think You Are’ Visits an Understated Side of Recovery

One of Elisabeth Beckwitt’s key tenets as an artist is to shine a light on recovery from struggles with mental health and addiction. Sometimes, that journey takes those in recovery to unexpected places.

Beckwitt addresses that in her typical, head-on fashion with “Think You Are,” the title track from her forthcoming EP.

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