Who says dance music can’t have a deeper meaning?Hear ‘Deep Down’
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It’s been quite a month around these parts!
We enjoyed lots of live performances. We welcomed new submissions from all over the world. We had fun in the process.
Can’t ask for much more than that, right?
We feel good about where this summer is headed, and we’re here for wherever the adventure takes us. Today, it brings us to celebrate the UMC20 Best of May. Hear a sample of what the past month had to offer below!Listen to UMC20
Are you ready to get into your car and get lost in the night?Watch the Lyric Video
Much has taken place in the world, and for us as individuals, since we last welcomed Gavin Shea to The Quinn Spinn for one of our most popular episodes ever.
This time around, we go even deeper. We chat about Gavin’s new Richard String EP, A Love, Disconnected, and the ways our lives and mindsets have changed since our paths last crossed. We also learn about the EP’s original purpose — as a commentary on the state of the music industry — before coming to carry an entirely different meaning to the artist himself.
Very few stones are left unturned throughout the course of this refreshingly honest conversation.#GetSpunn
As you may be able to tell from this week’s UMC20 lineup, we’re more than a little excited for some of our upcoming shows.Listen to UMC20
Yeah, we did have to throw the May pun into the headline, because it’s May. If you didn’t see what we did there at first, now you know.Listen to UMC20
Gaslighting can occur for a number of reasons in a relationship. One thing is for sure, though — it’s never easy on the person on the receiving end.Hear the Single
We all have hopes and desires. If we didn’t, we probably wouldn’t be in the music industry.
With that, Arkells want you — yes, you! — to believe that those things are all within your reach.Hear the Single
What would Women’s History Month be without a vibey ode to female friendship?Hear Friday’s Daily Spinn
Due to a global pandemic you may have heard about, the vast majority of humans on Earth have not had life go as planned over the past year.Hear ‘Sketches’