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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!

The Quinn’s Daily Spinn: Friday, October 11

If you’re like me, and you came of age in the early-mid 2000s, you came up in the mainstream heyday of emo and have a soft spot for the genre.

Today’s Daily Spinn is here to scratch that itch, bay-baaaaay.

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The Balcony Show Play of the Day: Tues., Apr. 23

Just when you think you have our friends in radio, The Balcony Show, figured out, they surprise you with the unexpected!

Don’t believe us? Well, you certainly will after the jump!

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LISTEN: Foxtrot & the Get Down’s ‘Too Little, Too Late’

Philly’s Foxtrot & the Get Down are having a monster 2019 so far. They swung through Nashville on their way to SXSW last month, and they’ve made plans to follow that up with new music to add to their already impressive collection.

On April 5, they followed through on their promise with their latest single, “Too Little, Too Late.”

Hear the single

The Balcony Show Play of the Day: March 9, 2019

Our friends in radio from back home, The Balcony Show, are back with another Play of the Day, featuring a hot song from a noteworthy independent artist from anywhere in the world.

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