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UMC20: The Submission Form Works! (Jan. 12, 2021)

I’ll tell ya whut… we’ve had a lot of plates to keep spinning here in UMC Land, that sometimes, it’s nice to just go through and catch up on some submissions.

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Sabriel Finds Herself Able to ‘Love Again’

Throughout the course of the COVID-19 pandemic, we’ve all had a chance to go inward and work on our relationships — with others, of course, and with ourselves.

As for Las Vegas-based neo-soul artist Sabriel, she took her inner work and turned it into her latest single!

Hear ‘Love Again’

Max Swan’s ‘Gone Away’: An Introspective Electrosoul Vibe

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!

LISTEN: brushstroke Gets Back in the Groove with ‘Freeze/Line’

Philly-based artist brushstroke (real name Eoin Murphy) spent much of 2020 devoting his time to other projects, helping the artists around him bring their visions to life.

As the year entered its latter stages, however, the inspiration struck to turn focus back his own project — which now includes the release of his new single, “Freeze.”

Hear the Singles

Jutaun Returns With Powerful (and Timely) Ballad, “Where Do We Go”

Jake Evans, James Evans, and Samoeun Cheng are the core powerhouses of Jutaun, an incredibly talented and versatile band with seemingly no genre limits. They recently released “Where Do We Go,” a powerful ballad with an extremely relevant message for the times.

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