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PREMIERE: Elisabeth Beckwitt’s ‘Think You Are’ Visits an Understated Side of Recovery

One of Elisabeth Beckwitt’s key tenets as an artist is to shine a light on recovery from struggles with mental health and addiction. Sometimes, that journey takes those in recovery to unexpected places.

Beckwitt addresses that in her typical, head-on fashion with “Think You Are,” the title track from her forthcoming EP.

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Brandon Calano: Finding New Life and ‘Becoming Young’

The events that occur in our lives can inspire us to great changes. Just the same, the people we meet can blow us wide open, help us to unlock new perspectives, and lead us to find our voice.

In the case of Brandon Calano, the recent Nashville transplant’s journey from his native Boulder, Colorado – and the mixed bag that comes with wholesale personal transformation – is reflected in the evolution of his musical project, Becoming Young.

Meet Brandon

The Quinn’s Daily Spinn: Wednesday, October 2

Ah, to be young and in love, falling for “the one” with reckless abandon…

Oh, sorry. Didn’t see you there.

Don’t mind us — it’s just that “City Lights,” the new single from Atlanta-based alt-pop duo Cardiac Half, has us daydreaming and feeling carefree. For that reason, it’s today’s Daily Spinn.

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