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The Quinn’s Daily Spinn: Thursday, September 12

A lot of people seem to think that summer is over. If today’s Daily Spinn (and the weather here in Nashville) is any indication, however, it seems like there’s still some warmth left for us to enjoy in 2019.

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UMC20: Sept. 10, 2019

It’s a busy week here at UMC. There’s a new episode of The Quinn Spinn out. We have tons of submissions to catch up on from vacation (and even before). Oh, and it’s Americanafest in Nashville this week, and we’re going out to get us some of that, starting tonight.

When will we sleep? We don’t know!

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UMC20: Best of August 2019

We’re back!

Vacation was fun, and we do have a pile of emails to dig through upon our return. Not to mention, we have some other features and reviews hanging out there that we plan to get to this week.

In the meantime — and before we completely, willingly say goodbye to summer — we want to re-visit August one last time with some of the most popular tracks that comprised our UMC20 playlists throughout the month. Give yourself a listen to these while we take a chance to catch up!

Track listing
Artikal Sound System – Time
The Spring – Victoria
TIOGA – Break Me In
Moonroof – Trojans
Lion’s Mouth – High Achievers
The Parasocial Club – Sunny Day
Rayne and Jaki Nelson – High Wasted
Evan Cline – Part of Me
Seth Witcher – A Game of Love
Elisabeth Beckwitt – Baggage
Leah Voysey – Keep It to Yourself
Max Swan – Steady
Maria Hassel – Anxiety
Kendal Conrad – Come to Your Senses
Joseph Gallant – Better Buzz
Stephanie Ryann – Travelers
Burn the Treaty – Murky Moon Sky
Kiki Halliday – American Tragedy
Eric & the Soo – Goulais Bay
Billy Bauer Band – Better Days

The Quinn’s Daily Spinn: Tuesday, August 6

Earlier this summer, you might have read about Brother Dusty, who released his debut single, “I Didn’t,” in an effort to aid Flint’s water crisis.

That story is even more outstanding and selfless once you learn this artist’s personal journey.

Hear Tuesday’s Daily Spinn

Seth Witcher Plays Love’s Game on New Single

Seth Witcher is no stranger to straddling the line between genres to create something unique. We heard that this past April with his debut single, “I’m Sorry.”

Now, you’d best buckle up… because you’re about to hear it again, in a whole new light.

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