Tag Archives: electronic pop

LISTEN: Ostarè Goes ‘Deep’ Over a Feel-Good Beat

Who says dance music can’t have a deeper meaning?

Hear ‘Deep Down’

UMC20: What’s Up with Spotify? (Mar. 8, 2022)

First, a PSA: if you released music to Spotify within the past week, check to see if it’s online. There were some tracks we planned to include on this week’s UMC20 that, for some reason, have gone dark over there.

Anyway, the good news is that there’s always plenty of fire in the music ecosystem to fill out a UMC20. We found plenty of it in the submission form and numerous inboxes, and we’re excited to present it to you today. Let’s go!

Listen to UMC20

Mesa Jane’s ‘Frequency’ Addresses the Isolation of 2020

2020 has been a time to go inward — to decipher the stories that live inside of us, and to find new ways to express them.

Mesa Jane got the memo early on in the pandemic. Now, she has Frequency — her first-ever self-produced EP — to show for it.

Hear the EP

The Quinn’s Daily Spinn: Thursday, Oct. 1

All pandemic long, we’ve seen artists getting inventive about how they shoot new music videos, keeping social distancing protocols in mind.

You can go ahead and add Moontower to that list!

Hear (and see) Thursday’s Daily Spinn!

REVIEW: Anna Claire Loftis – Happy on TV

Since last year, Anna Claire Loftis has been building toward the release of her EP, Happy on TV. We’ve had the chance to check in at various points along the journey, and now, we’ve arrived at our destination.

What we found when we got here was a thoughtful contemporary pop effort, full of fresh ideas and a willingness to tackle heavy topics.

Get ‘Happy’
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