Oh, to be a fly on the wall of the New England church studio where this magical record was created.Hear Ruby Mack’s latest
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It’s the last Tuesday of the month, and you know what that means: lots of tough decisions, as we attempt to narrow a month’s worth of music down to 20 prime cuts.Hear the Best of October
Columbia Jones is a Salt Lake City-based songwriter who, like all of us, has had to pivot along his creative path in response to the unexpected brought about by 2020. Through it all, he has remained active, giving us a recent single, “Tourist Town,” as well as the upcoming Sweat/Shiver EP, due to hit streaming platforms on October 30.
Columbia joined us over Zoom to discuss the new tunes, the impact 2020 has had on his music and life, and much more.#GetSpunn
On the title track of her forthcoming EP, Lizzie Weber expresses what it feels like to have the support you need in challenging times, like the kind we’ve all been facing these last few months. So, “How Does It Feel?”
It feels like being wrapped in a warm blanket and loving arms; a comforting, empathetic embrace, reminding you you’re strong enough to keep going.
This week’s edition of UMC20 truly has it all, friends.Listen to UMC20
No Depression Artist to Watch John Lensing writes from a place of thoughtful, quiet confidence. Frequently touching on topics of mental health, Lensing’s songwriting creates a space where both he and his listeners can feel comfortable in their vulnerability.Hear Monday’s Daily Spinn
You may not be able to physically taste these 20 flavors, but they sure are spicy.Listen to UMC20
Oh, the ways we’ll hang on for the ones we love…Listen to ‘Mansion’
Over the course of the spring and summer, we were offered many tastes of Laura Mustard‘s Treehouse EP. We learned that “Nobody’s Road” is ever even throughout the course of life. Then, “Eager” taught us to celebrate our mistakes in front of a Motown-inspired backdrop, before we escaped to the “Treehouse” itself.Hear Friday’s Daily Spinn
Having a month with five Tuesdays simplifies and complicates the UMC20 Best Of selection process, all at once.
It’s simplified, for the fact that we try to pick five songs apiece from each of month’s prior four playlists. It’s complicated when narrowing it down to those five each, however, because there’s so much good stuff to choose from.Hear the Best of September