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The Quinn’s Daily Spinn: Thursday, December 12

Much earlier in this delightful year of 2019 — back in April, to be exact — we became acquainted with Cincinnati native Josh Mack, when we heard him perform at the Top Writer Series at True Music Room.

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Presenting the 2019 UMC50 Playlist!

More than any other playlist we’ve ever constructed, constructing the first-ever UMC50 playlist was not easy.

We’ve heard from hundreds of artists this year, and have heard multiple songs from the vast majority of them. Some have put out full EPs or albums. So, where do we even begin narrowing down this entire calendar year, to 50 of its can’t-miss songs?

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The Quinn’s Daily Spinn: Friday, November 22

Photo credit: Carol Simpson

Back in August, we told you about TIOGA’s single “Break Me In,” a retro-modern single which “combines the American muscle of Bruce Springsteen with the punch of some of The Killers’ more anthemic work.”

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PREMIERE: Christine Renner Claims a Sound of Her Own on ‘Tonight’

Austin, Texas native Christine Renner is carving a niche for herself on the indie rock landscape, with a sound that combines the storytelling sensibility of folk with the raw energy of 90s alternative rock, touched with a gloss coat of ethereal ambiance.

You’ll hear all of these ideas come into play – and play well together – on her new EP, Tonight.

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The Quinn’s Daily Spinn: Friday, November 15

Our November 2019 installment of the Underground Writers Round at Douglas Corner Cafe is tonight beginning at 9 p.m. You can learn more about that here.

At any rate, today’s Daily Spinn features one of our six performers.

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