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’
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Next week, we’ll bring you the UMC20 Best of December, compiling jams from throughout the month.
That means that this is it. This is the last time 20 all-new tracks will grace UMC20 in 2020.Listen to UMC20
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
In the day and age of swipe-right apps and instant gratification, it seems like casual relationships have become the norm.Hear Tuesday’s Daily Spinn
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
Sometimes, I think back to the day. The early day. Like, when I first launched The Quinn Spinn, and I was scouring Twitter, asking random bands I had never met if we could feature their music. That was 2013.Read more
Austin-based electropop duo Me Nd Adam seem to be garnering a lot of positive attention about their self-proclaimed “trashwave” sound these days. Not only have they received press from the likes of Wonderland Magazine, Alt Press, American Songwriter, Rolling Stone India and The Line of Best Fit, but their new single, “The More I Grow Up,” received the seal of approval from one of their greatest influences.Hear Tuesday’s Daily Spinn
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!
Buckle up, because today, we’re taking you all the way to Europe.Hear the Single
Amy Benedict is an inspiring individual. Amy is the voice of Nashville-based indie electropop project Pottersfield, and has persevered through life’s twists and turns to arrive at the doorstep of her dreams with a passion and dedication that few possess.
Learn about Amy’s journey — and the important discoveries that have shaped it — on today’s episode of The Quinn Spinn.Get Spunn!