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LISTEN: Ever Been ‘Heartbroken in a Honky Tonk?’

Hitting the dance floor can be the best way to turn the tables on a toxic ex.

Hit the Floor

Songs You Should Hear: Hope in These New Developments; Have Yourself a ‘Sunday Funday’

Imagination is the key to today’s Songs You Should Hear — whether that means re-imagining that which has already been given life, or imagining a new, harmonious direction for varying musical styles.

Jenna and I teamed up again to bring these your way. Let’s get to it!

Hear What You Should

Songs You Should Hear: Arbo’s New Heartbreaker, J.Antonette Counts the ‘White Lines’ + More

Gerard here, back with another edition of Songs You Should Hear. And this time, I have company!

UMC Contributor and Fun -N- Games co-host Jenna Rose decided to join me this week, contributing a couple of selections to our new “staff picks” series. You’ll also notice that we’re releasing this edition on #NewMusicFriday. You can expect that to be the trend going forward.

Let’s do the thing and let you feast your ears on these…

Songs You Should Hear: Oct. 15, 2021

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WATCH: J.Antonette’s ‘Drunk on Me’ Video Represents the Turmoil of Toxic Love

Sometimes, love becomes so intense, yet so toxic, that the internal struggle of “Should I stay or should I go?” can become deep and harrowing in nature.

We touched on that briefly back in January, when J.Antonette released her dark, edgy single, “Drunk on Me.” Now, the Nashville-based country artist has released a video for the single, which places this sense of inner turmoil in an entirely different light.

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PHOTOS: The November 2019 Underground Writers Round

When we curate an Underground Writers Round, one focus we have is on the diversity of the lineup. If we do it right, each participant will bring something different to the table, in an effort to showcase the wide world of music that exists right in front of us.

So, if we can toot our own horns for a second… we hit the mark with this one. Friday night’s lineup certainly had a little something for everyone who packed into Nashville’s historic Douglas Corner Cafe.

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