Save your keto for someone else, because Richmond, Virginia-based punks Talk Me Off have had enough of the diet industry.Hear Wednesday’s Daily Spinn
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It may be the dead of winter. But, as expected, y’all got the New Year off to a hot start!Hear the Best of January
As long as we’re still breathing, we always have a choice. Sometimes, we just need a wake-up call.
With that said, we have a new tune that is going to confront you as abruptly as an alarm clock on Monday morning, from Los Angeles-based grunge punks Tarah Who?Watch the Video
After every winter comes the spring. After every night comes the dawn.Feel ‘New Again’
Here it is: your lasting impression of 2020’s final month!Listen to the Best of December
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Rock your way into a new week of Daily Spinns, with a new single that stares down the music industry and shoots from the hip.Hear Monday’s Daily Spinn
Earlier this fall, Casey Jo & The Friday Night Dads released their full-length debut, Twin Mind, combining honest Americana storytelling and indie rock grit, with shades of influences ranging from punk and alternative, to psych-rock and blues.
On this edition of The Quinn Spinn, the band joins us to discuss the creative process behind the album, and the melting pot of influences that led to its creation. Plus, we get a glimpse into the future, and discuss the distinct difference between the “two Nashvilles” we’ve all experienced.#GetSpunn!
Next Monday, we’ll close November on The Quinn Spinn with a visit from Casey Jo & The Friday Night Dads. They’re celebrating their new album, Twin Mind, and we get to dig deep into the process. You’re going to love this episode when it hits!Hear Monday’s Daily Spinn
In a perfect, non-COVIDed world, Anytime Soon would have brought the advent of “Jelly Donut Season” much sooner. However, the pandemic forced the Scranton, PA pop punks to make other plans, putting the breaks on the creative process behind their forthcoming EP.Watch Today’s Daily SPinn
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.”