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REVIEW: Tom Pino’s ‘Brooklyn’ a Snapshot of his Cross-Country Transformation

Tom Pino is a storyteller. So, when the New York native headed west for a new life in Los Angeles, the events that led him there surely provided more than enough inspiration.

That inspiration has been packaged up in Brooklyn, a five-track EP rooted in pop rock sensibility and colored in with shades of blues, roots, and Americana.

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The Quinn’s Daily Spinn: Tuesday, June 18

Earlier this year, we here at UMC had a chance to sit down with MICVH for an enlightening conversation about, among many other things, her debut EP, Singularity. During that conversation, she told us that the EP is a representation of “all the things that exist within me.”

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Ralph’s Reviews: Taylor Shae – High Stakes

Back in January, you may recall that I brought you a little sample of what Longmont, Colorado’s Taylor Shae had in store for us with her then-upcoming album, High Stakes. Looking into singles “Nunavit” and “As I Please,” we discovered her deep, soulful, bluesy voice and crafty lyricism that set her apart from her peers at such a young age.

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PHOTOS: Whiskey Jam at Winner’s Bar and Grill (May 30, 2019)

The unique thing about Whiskey Jam at Winner’s Bar and Grill — and really, about being in Nashville overall — is you never know who you’re going to run into. Some of today’s rising stars and GRAMMY winners have performed on that stage on a Monday or Thursday night, making the twice-weekly tradition a growing institution and proving ground for the country and Americana stars of tomorrow.

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A Song a Day? The Quinn’s Daily Spinn Starts Monday, June 3!

In nearly six years of existence, our official podcast, The Quinn Spinn, has featured hundreds of independent artists. No genre has been left behind, and music from all over the world has been heard throughout the show’s many incarnations.

Now, it’s time to share some favorites from the past and present!

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