Last year, 2018 Carolina Music Award nominee Smoke From All The Friction released their full-length album “Transience,” a nine-song compilation of moody electronic pop.Read more
Tag Archives: indie pop
This Valentine’s Week gives you plenty of new music to love, courtesy of our UMC20 Spotify playlist!Read more
After taking last week to assess where we’ve been, we look ahead to where we’re going — into February, with plenty of new music for you to digest.Read more
Having followed Marc Ambrosia for a few years now, we’ve learned that he’s a singer capable of conveying a variety of moods and emotions. He can deliver the whimsical, carefree love song one minute, and switch things up with something much darker and more brooding the next.
Stylistically, he’s shown versatility, evolving from alternative rock to a more ambient style of pop. That’s where we get into Marc’s new single, “Painting the Shape of My Heart,” perhaps his most ambitious offering to date.Read more
2019 figures to be a big year for Pennsylvania pop-soul-jazz outfit Cubbage. The band — led by the introspective songwriting and always-smooth, versatile vocal abilities of Anthony Cubbage — has new music on the horizon, and is never shy when it comes to rolling out their favorite modern covers.Read more
There’s nothing quite like New York City in the winter time, and there’s no video from an independent artist we’ve seen like the one we’re about to show you.
A massive cold snap has enveloped most of the country.
It’s a good thing we have music to keep us warm!
We have so much fun cobbling together our weekly UMC20 Spotify playlist from submissions received via email and social media, tunes we’ve recently reviewed, and artists who simply stick out in our hearts and minds.
Amy Gerhartz’s forthcoming album, “Hold On,” is scheduled for release in early 2019. If it’s anything like her 2017 release, “Fire,” you’re in for a real treat.
Summer is decidedly over in the Northeast, but it’s always warm in Los Angeles, the backdrop chosen by New York-based, Philly-bred Flounder Warehouse for their brand-new video, “Better Now.”