If you’re in Nashville, you may notice that you’re hearing the name Timothy Myles around town more often these days. The Chicagoland native is a musician on the rise; one whose engaging live performances and knack for songwriting are helping him grow a strong reputation.Read About Timothy
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Since we made this announcement back in November, a lot has happened. We changed our name. We moved to Nashville. And yes, we’ve met tons of incredible creatives of all disciplines in our travels.
Through it all, we’ve never forgotten where we came from. This past weekend, we had a chance to go back.See the Photos
Why crack that beer open, when you have the buzz of love to keep you warm?Listen to the Single
It’s fun to dig back into our old UMC20 playlists and pull out the gems.
As you’ll hear, that’s what we’ve done here today.Hear Thursday’s Daily Spinn
Los Angeles-based indie rockers Lion’s Mouth have had enough of your demands to fall in line.Listen to the Single
Earlier this summer, you might have read about Brother Dusty, who released his debut single, “I Didn’t,” in an effort to aid Flint’s water crisis.
That story is even more outstanding and selfless once you learn this artist’s personal journey.Hear Tuesday’s Daily Spinn
Warning: This episode features a conversation that addresses sensitive topics, including mental health and addiction.
Elisabeth Beckwitt is an indie pop musician, mental health advocate, and member of Nashville’s growing independent music and arts community. Her new EP, Indigo, touches on life on the other side of recovery, and is a complete and triumphant story of redemption, self-discovery, and finding love from within, and of finding the brightest light from the darkest of places.
Elisabeth joins us on The Quinn Spinn to share her story, her excitement about Indigo, her work as the founder of Sad Girl Music, and much more.
Catalina’s latest release, Multifacética, may be the most appropriately-titled album of the year so far. Indeed, this is a versatile artist, with the agility to seamlessly blend and move across genres and cultures in her music.Listen to the album
As told by the artist herself, indie pop artist Elisabeth Beckwitt‘s EP Indigo is intended to show listeners “the kind of life we can expect to find on the other side of recovery. A life where we embrace our inner strength and allow ourselves to move past whatever baggage is keeping us from moving forward in both our relationships with others and with ourselves.”
Beckwitt — who is open about her own personal battles with anxiety, depression, and addiction — hits the mark, exploring the process of finding out and accepting who we are, and causing listeners to think about their relationships with themselves and those they love.Listen to ‘Indigo’
So. Many. Tough. Choices.Hear the Best of July