In all likelihood, you’ve never seen the streets of Philadelphia quite like this.Watch the Video
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Earlier this summer, we had the pleasure of becoming acquainted with Brooklyn-based indie folk artist, Charles Ellsworth, by way of his single “Paranoia (A Nü Start).”
Well, we now have the privilege of premiering the tune’s new music video — and let us tell ya, it’s a trip!Watch the Video
The title track of Laura Mustard‘s forthcoming Treehouse EP is a fun, escapist Americana tune for lovers of all ages!Hear Friday’s Daily Spinn
Rofo Audio has been churning out top-notch rock and roll for about as long as we’ve had a publication with “Underground” in the name. It feels like just yesterday that I interviewed frontman Raymond Short on an earlier iteration of The Quinn Spinn about their debut record, Now Broadcasting — but that was about four and a half years ago!Read more
“I’ve got to find my way to my new normal.”
A product of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, “New Normal” — the new single from St. Petersburg, Russia native Max Viner — frames the isolation we’ve all experienced to a degree in a new, hopeful light.Watch the Video
DJ and producer Liam Keegan has worked with major labels including Sony, Universal, EMI, and Warner, producing tracks along the way for the likes of Katy Perry, Lizzo, Carly Rae Jepsen, Selena Gomez and Clean Bandit.
Now, he’s stepping out to let us all know a secret: growing up is optional.Watch the Video
This past winter, our pals in Moonroof unveiled an updated sound with their latest single, “Magazine.”Watch the Video
The Black Lives Matter movement has inspired artists all over the country and world to use their platforms to speak out on the systematic injustice and inequality in our society. That includes art coming straight from the heart of Music City.Watch ‘Chosen Ones’
Ah, the splendors of the open road in the summertime. It’s even better when you can round up your bandmates into a van and get out there together on tour.Hear Wednesday’s Daily Spinn
Photo credit: George L. Litsas
Sometimes, we find submissions from bands all over the world in our inbox.
Sometimes, those submissions blow us away. Such is the case with Leftover Bullets.Watch ‘Confused’