Tag Archives: alternative

UMC20: Equinox Jams! (Sept. 22, 2020)

Happy fall! Or, happy autumn. Whatever you want to call it, it’s here.

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UMC20: Halfway Through September (Sept. 15, 2020)

To give you a little bit of inside baseball, one of the pleasant consequences of curating a weekly playlist is that it gives us 20 automatic slots to feature artists, week in and week out. When your inbox looks like ours does these days — still, and probably forever, catching up from being out of town — that’s nothing short of a blessing to get this music featured.

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UMC20: The First of September! (Sept. 1, 2020)

If you’ve sent us your music since Friday, you’ll notice that you’ve received an auto-reply stating that the “office” is closed in observance of the holiday week. With that said, we look forward to seeing and hearing what you’ve sent us following Labor Day.

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LISTEN: Soheill ‘Can’t Stop Thinking’ About the World’s Most Powerful Drug

Toxic love. What a drug. 

Iranian-born Soheill brought his passion for music with him to America as a child, and boy, can you hear it come through loud and clear in his new single, “Can’t Stop Thinking.” The all-consuming sounds perfectly represent that all-consuming feeling of sweet, sweet, toxic love.

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Pozzi’s Debut Album ‘Tyrant’ Is An Alt-Rock Masterpiece

After carefully piecing together two years worth of material, LA-based songwriter Pozzi has released his debut album. In his own words, Tyrant serves as “a social commentary on key issues facing our world today including oppression, political strife, society, and more.”

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PREMIERE: Andrew C. Marshall’s ‘Cool Cat’ Weighs Perception Against Reality

Back in March, right after the world had locked down and we started putting on virtual live performances, we were joined by the charismatic and engaging Andrew C. Marshall for our March Underground Writers Round, presented in conjunction with AGD Entertainment.

We’re excited that Andrew has re-emerged to bring us “Cool Cat,” the first single from his debut album, Terrestrial Radio.

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