Tag Archives: folk

LISTEN: Brendan Scott Friel’s Exquisitely Romantic ‘Cheap String Lights’

Question: What do you get when you combine finger-picked folk intricacies, exciting pop rock dynamics, and the sweeping romantic ambiance of a clear summer’s night?

Answer: The latest single from Brendan Scott Friel.

Hear the Single

Daily Spinn: Nora Tirrell Returns with ‘If I Didn’t Have You’

Much has happened since Nora Tirrell released her full length album, All These Words, in 2017. The Marblehead, MA native graduated from the Berklee College of Music in 2018, and now resides in Nashville, where she is preparing to release her EP, Wherever I Am, in 2021.

Hear Monday’s Daily Spinn

Daily Spinn: Lynn Callihan Helps the Homeless with ‘Skin and Bones’

Michigan native Lynn Callihan‘s percussive guitar stylings and warm baritone combine to create a “dark Americana” sound that calls to mind the plight of the everyman.

On his latest single, “Skin and Bones,” he uses this timeless sound to shine light on the homeless.

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Our Gift to You: A Holiday Edition of UMC20!

We were sitting around, wondering what the UMC audience might enjoy waking up to on Christmas morning. After careful consideration, we think we’ve nailed it…

You want 20 tracks of holiday fire to play the whole day through!

Listen to UMC20: Holiday Edition
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