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Brooke Lynn’s New Single Encourages Us to Push Past Fear

We’ve all felt moments of fear over the course of the past year, as we’ve navigated uncertain times as a society. In times like these, we look to the fearless ones among us for inspiration and guidance.

Hear ‘Little One’

The Quinn Spinn: Keeping Rock Alive and Thriving in 2021 with VOLK

VOLK closed 2020 by releasing their new single and video for Welcome to Cashville,” a high-powered rocker that stares down the music industry and shoots from the hip. It’s the first taste of their forthcoming album, Cashville, and it’s reason to be excited about what’s to come, to say the least!

Even more reason for excitement? Today, you get to hear the story of Chris Lowe and Eleot Reich, who formed VOLK after meeting by chance in Berlin, Germany. Together, they’ve traveled a winding musical road that led them all the way to Nashville, where they’ve remained focused on releasing music that is raw, honest, and unforgettable.

#GetSpunn

Daily Spinn: Welcome to 2021 at the ‘Country Club’

Happy New Year! We hope you’re as ready as we are for 2021. Furthermore, we hope that this is the year that lifts you up and gives you everything you need to make your dreams reality.

Let’s leave the division of yesteryear in the past, and let’s focus on finding unity! While it might still be a few more months before we can do that full-force, the way we used to, we can at least come together right now through music.

Hear ‘Country Club’

Our Gift to You: A Holiday Edition of UMC20!

We were sitting around, wondering what the UMC audience might enjoy waking up to on Christmas morning. After careful consideration, we think we’ve nailed it…

You want 20 tracks of holiday fire to play the whole day through!

Listen to UMC20: Holiday Edition

UMC20: Firing Up the Sleigh (Dec. 15, 2020)

It’s pretty odd to think that we’re coming to the tail end of 2020. For one thing, things have actually picked up here considerably in UMC Land in December, with more live streams and all sorts of other fun on our plates. Imagine that — a December that actually gets busier as it goes.

For another, more obvious point: it has certainly felt at times like 2020 would never end, hasn’t it?

Listen to UMC20
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