Last month, we re-introduced you to our friend .CAM, who unveiled a new era in his creative journey with his single, “Disconnected.”
Since then, he’s kept things rolling, connecting all over again with a fresh, futuristic sound on his latest release.
Athens, GA native Isaiah Conner is ready to let his feelings run.
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The events that occur in our lives can inspire us to great
changes. Just the same, the people we meet can blow us wide open, help us to
unlock new perspectives, and lead us to find our voice.
In the case of Brandon Calano, the recent Nashville transplant’s journey from his native Boulder, Colorado – and the mixed bag that comes with wholesale personal transformation – is reflected in the evolution of his musical project, Becoming Young.
Ah, to be young and in love, falling for “the one” with reckless abandon…
Oh, sorry. Didn’t see you there.
Don’t mind us — it’s just that “City Lights,” the new single from Atlanta-based alt-pop duo Cardiac Half, has us daydreaming and feeling carefree. For that reason, it’s today’s Daily Spinn.
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It’s fun to dig back into our old UMC20 playlists and pull out the gems.
As you’ll hear, that’s what we’ve done here today.
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TOBI (real name Ashley Tobias) has been hard at work, spreading music, positivity, and love all over the world. Most recently, she has been achieving this mission as one of the singers in international touring rock band Gogol Bordello since 2017. She has also performed backing vocal duties alongside famed pop artists, including Rachel Platten and Andy Grammer.
Through it all, TOBI has never released her own music… until a week from today.
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Back in April, we chatted with Nashville-based pop trio Lost Stars about their upcoming EP, SIRENS + LIGHT. Our conversation included an in-depth look at then-upcoming single, “Enough.”
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We head steadfast into March where, surely, we’re all hoping for spring to arrive and stick around, sooner rather than later.
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At the end of each month, UMC20 takes a look and a listen back to the month that was.