One of our recent, notable musical discoveries was Philly-based multi-instrumental, multi-genre artist Max Swan.Hear Wednesday’s Daily Spinn
Tag Archives: neo-soul
We’ve returned to Nashville, even more inspired than usual to bring you 20 tracks of fire.Listen to UMC20
Today’s Daily Spinn takes us back, pretty much to the start of our independent music journey.Listen to Friday’s Daily Spinn
Seth Witcher is a man of many talents. He built his own guitar from scratch, and he plays it quite well. Also, his voice is smooth as butter, and he’s proven to be a heck of a songwriter.
Looking for proof? Start by enjoying his new single, “I’m Sorry.”Hear the single
This Valentine’s Week gives you plenty of new music to love, courtesy of our UMC20 Spotify playlist!Read more
Grammy-winning soul singer Shannon Sanders and his brainchild, the Nashville Urban Choir, have teamed up to release “Fight On,” an explosive and inspiring blend of soul, neo-gospel, hip hop, and pop that is sure to motivate listeners to hang in there for another round.Read more
Hip hop producer Trippy Ja has dropped “Said So,” a moody track with a cool ambiance and contributions from two of the greater Philadelphia region’s brightest rising stars.
R&B singer Reece Mills, seen recently in an impromptu Banko Beverage Co. Beer Garden performance during the Lehigh Valley Underground First Friday Concert Series, has a hot new single for summer.
One of my favorite artists from The Quinn Spinn‘s previous run is New York-based hip hop artist Ayoinmotion. You may recognize that name, because you heard his song, “She’s Leaving” on yesterday’s episode.
I had the privilege of catching Ayo’s live show a couple years ago at Webster Hall, where he opened for Talib Kweli during the NY Loves J.Dilla Tribute Show. The man and his band can straight-up perform. They are among the most talented, engaging artists I’ve ever had the privilege of seeing live.
Ayo is also very globally-conscious. A native of Lagos, Nigeria, he also spent time Flint, Michigan before arriving to New York. In response to Flint’s recent water crisis, Ayoinmotion performed a benefit show a couple weeks ago, raising more than $500 for the children of Flint.
Below is a visual recap from Ayoinmotion’s Facebook page, which goes to show that indie artists can make a positive difference on the world they know.
It’s Leap Day, and an extra day means extra music! Enjoy tunes from Quinn Spinn artists old and new, and make the most of your extra day of 2016!
REVEL 9 – All I’ve Become (Opening theme)
REVEL 9 – The Good Fight
JingerKroa – Freedom
Second Player Score – Falling Forever
Julius – Sitting on a Ledge
AVYLON – Don’t Look Back
The Mink Stoles – Under the Sea
The Cassini Projekt – Neurotic Insomniac
Wind Cries Mary – The Journal
Brynn Stanley – Black and White
Ayoinmotion – She’s Leaving
Rod McCoy ft. Frank P – La$t Day