Austin, TX-based punks The Blowies are celebrating the release of their self-titled album in unconventional fashion. They are hosting a week full of programming titled The Blowies National Convention on their socials, where their aim is to heal the nation “one blowie at a time.”
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The wrong relationship can make it seem as though you are losing a part of yourself. Nonetheless, we’ll often hang on stubbornly, hoping that we can work through the differences and focus on love.
For Gabrielle Metz, that familiar feeling translated into her latest single.Hear the Single
Toxic love. What a drug.
Iranian-born Soheill brought his passion for music with him to America as a child, and boy, can you hear it come through loud and clear in his new single, “Can’t Stop Thinking.” The all-consuming sounds perfectly represent that all-consuming feeling of sweet, sweet, toxic love.Read more & Listen
A desperate cry. A realization of self-awareness. An anthem, for so many of us.
“Help” from Danny Wright bluntly and urgently captures that moment of sudden recognition, and the feeling of “I am not OK.”Read more & Listen
Sometimes, we have to take a good, hard look at our clutter, and decide to take out the trash.Hear Wednesday’s Daily Spinn
Photo credit: Laura Harvey
Canadian roots rockers, The Matinée, are back with their split single, “Trouble Is” — and this time, they brought a few friends.Hear the Tunes!
If you’re getting ready to release music, you’ll want to consider its audience. How are you using various platforms to get eyes and ears on what you’re doing? How have you been building relationships in advance?
This edition of UMC Real Talk gives some ideas of where to start.
We should have known that it wouldn’t be long until DaChri hit us with his first effort of the New Year.
The multifaceted artist did just that, hitting us with the scintillating new single, “Distraction.”Hear ‘Distraction’
In keeping with the turn of the calendar from one year (and decade) to the next, we’ve decided it’s a great time to welcome some new sounds into the fold.Read more