Darrin Bradbury is a world-aware folk troubadour whose writing style points out the mundane occurrences of everyday life with wry wit and, at times, dark humor. This is prevalent on his new album, Talking Dogs & Atom Bombs, which was released on Anti Records on Sept. 20, 2019.
Darrin joins The Quinn Spinn today, and we talk about the album and much more — including authenticity, society, and technology’s impact on what it means to be human in the 21st Century.
Sunday night’s atmosphere was a festive one at Helping Our Music Evolve in East Nashville. That was the scene of the one-year anniversary of Sad Girl Night, a monthly celebration of the power and vulnerability of female artists.
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Our Friday night adventures at Americanafest took us to a familiar place: the place we call HOME.
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Rule #37 of running an online music publication: always have your camera nearby, in case a concert breaks out.
Or, in this case, in case you’re in your co-working space, plugging away for the upcoming week on the same night that some absolutely stellar female performers are set to take the stage in the room right next to you.
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Lord Goldie is a Nashville native and musician, producer, manager, and all-around creative human. Her collaborative spirit results in dynamic live performances and studio releases, as she continues to establish herself as one of the leaders in Music City’s emerging hip hop community.
She joins The Quinn Spinn today to talk about her projects, the industry and her role in it, and the evolution of the music landscape on and offline.
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Helping Our Music Evolve (HOME) — Nashville’s creative community space where musicians and creators of all disciplines come together and collaborate — celebrated its first birthday on Thursday night with Happy Homies Day, a celebration of music, art, fashion, creativity, culture, and the people who make it happen every day in Music City.
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As you may have heard on Monday’s return episode of The Quinn Spinn, we’re teaming up with Helping Our Music Evolve (HOME) in Nashville to help musicians anywhere network and showcase their talents within the industry.
We head steadfast into March where, surely, we’re all hoping for spring to arrive and stick around, sooner rather than later.
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This episode — the first of the new, Nashville era of The Quinn Spinn — was produced at Helping Our Music Evolve (HOME), Nashville’s 24/7 music production and co-working facility, which helps music professionals expand their careers through relationship building, personal/professional development, and increased productivity. So, it’s only fitting that the visionary behind HOME is our first guest!
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This Monday, March 4 marks something of a new beginning for us here at Underground Music Collective. Our official podcast, The Quinn Spinn, will return with our first episode recorded at Helping Our Music Evolve (HOME) in Nashville.