Tag Archives: electropop

LISTEN: Alfah Femmes ‘No Need to Die’ Delivers Rich Pop Nostalgia

Buckle up, because today, we’re taking you all the way to Europe.

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The Quinn Spinn: Amy Benedict of Pottersfield (Aug. 3, 2020)

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.

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UMC20: June 3, 2020

Our goal with this week’s UMC20 playlist — and really, any UMC20 playlist — is to present music from artists of all genres and perspectives. The common thread is that we, as human beings, are all unified in our creative passions, storytelling abilities, and collective drive to have a lasting, positive impact on the world around us.

In these turbulent times, we feel it is important to continue providing that platform. Beyond that, we are committed to finding ways to help create a stronger society; one that respects and celebrates the differences of its members. We welcome your input on how we can use our platform to achieve that goal, now and in the future.

We love you, and we look forward to those conversations. For now, we offer you this week’s playlist.

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PREMIERE: Sean Cunningham Steps Out with ‘How Could Love Defeat Me’

Kentucky native Sean Cunningham is a lifelong musician who has tasted international success. You may know him as the lead vocalist of Atlas, whose hit single “Crawl” spent nine weeks at number 1 in New Zealand in 2007. More recently, Sean became known for his work with Nashville rock band, The Cunning.

Now, Cunningham has stepped out on his own to try something completely new. We get our first taste with his new single, “How Could Love Defeat Me.”

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