February is a bit of a paradox. It’s the shortest month on the calendar but, to our delight, there is never a shortage of superb tunes.Listen to the Best of February
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We have a lot of tremendous full-band shows coming up over at Live from the 615.
Now, it’s time to show some love to the singer-songwriters among us.Learn more
We had to tie “love” into the headline of this article, with Valentine’s Day coming at the end of this week and all.Listen to UMC20
Today’s Daily Spinn tells a tragic tale; one of a relationship so toxic, that it left a good woman with no other choice, but to do the unthinkable…Hear Wednesday’s Daily Spinn
Here it is: your lasting impression of 2020’s final month!Listen to the Best of December
Earlier this fall, we showed you an eerie juxtaposition from the mind of Max Swan – the black-and-white, abandoned streets of Philadelphia, set to a bright and nostalgic rendition of Henry Mancini’s 1967 song, “Two For the Road.”
That single finds itself on Swan’s new Gone Away EP (released Oct. 30). True to form, Swan bends genres and bares his soul – this time, on a record that explores the humanity in our flaws, and the disconnects that arise within our relationships.Check it out!
We just became aware of Seint Monet, the alt-pop project of New Jersey native Colleen O’Donnell.Hear Friday’s Daily Spinn
Sometimes, “home” isn’t a matter of where you are, but who you’re with.Hear Wednesday’s Daily Spinn
Today, we turn our focus back to the art originating from Chicago’s South Side, as we take a listen to Desires – Suite in A, the latest EP from AMI.Listen to ‘Desires’
As August ends, we can’t help but wonder where our summer has gone.
Nonetheless, this month’s Best of UMC20 gives us plenty of good reasons to look back on it fondly.Read more