Is this love? Or, is this just fantasy?Hear ‘Blush’
Tag Archives: pop
We conclude your work week on a haunting note.Hear Friday’s Daily Spinn
Today, let’s travel to the Big Apple, where Lew McKenzie just released something truly alluring.Hear Thursday’s Daily SPinn
We often get so caught in keeping up the appearance of perfection, that we often fail to address what’s wrong in our relationships.Listen to ‘Sorry to the Waitress’
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.Listen to UMC20
As he does with all of his music, Cole Sipe single-handedly brought his latest single “Lost Trees” to life, from inception to completion. He says that his new futuristic funk tune will make you feel “lost in any space that you’re in.”Read More & Listen
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’
Imagine a wild night out that you can never forget; one that turns into inspiration for a song that is righteous in its glory. That’s what every band can hope for, right? Turning your pleasure into productivity, and creating art from experiences. That’s exactly what Nashville pop rock band Forts Like Vana did on their newest single, “Damsel in Distress,” the first track from their debut album, coming later this year.Read more
You know that we like to keep you guessing around here. So, true to form, we’re starting off the New Year with one of our most unique and eclectic UMC20 playlists to date!Listen to UMC20
Happy New Year! We hope you’re as ready as we are for 2021. Furthermore, we hope that this is the year that lifts you up and gives you everything you need to make your dreams reality.
Let’s leave the division of yesteryear in the past, and let’s focus on finding unity! While it might still be a few more months before we can do that full-force, the way we used to, we can at least come together right now through music.Hear ‘Country Club’