There’s been a lot of love coming our way lately.Listen to UMC20
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The weather just turned a whole lot colder in Nashville… but we have the fresh, hot fire of a new UMC20 playlist to keep you warm.Listen to UMC20
UMC50 is forever. But, this week’s edition of UMC20?
It’s only here for a week, and then it’s gone forever.Listen to UMC20
More than any other playlist we’ve ever constructed, constructing the first-ever UMC50 playlist was not easy.
We’ve heard from hundreds of artists this year, and have heard multiple songs from the vast majority of them. Some have put out full EPs or albums. So, where do we even begin narrowing down this entire calendar year, to 50 of its can’t-miss songs?Hear UMC50
Fun fact: This is post number 2,200 on Underground Music Collective, combining this era with our eastern Pennsylvania beginnings. So, that’s a fun milestone.
It also coincides with another heaping helping of fresh, hot jams.Listen to UMC20
Ladies and gentlemen, it’s our “secondary birthday.” A year ago today, we went under our transformation to #GoBeyond and become Underground Music Collective.
So, what better way to celebrate than with a brand-new edition of the UMC20 playlist?Listen to UMC20
It’s probably a good time to mention that we’re going to be on vacation next week. So, aside from this being the last new UMC20 playlist of the month, it’s the last update period until September. We’ll hit you with the best of August when we get back the day after Labor Day.
(Don’t worry, though. We’re cooking up some fun for you while we’re gone. More on that later in the week!)Listen to UMC20
We’ve returned to Nashville, even more inspired than usual to bring you 20 tracks of fire.Listen to UMC20
We head steadfast into March where, surely, we’re all hoping for spring to arrive and stick around, sooner rather than later.Discover the Playlist
The other day, we showed you a brilliant case study from CD Baby and Canadian musician Braden Lam on how to get your music on official Spotify playlists.
Now, for the next question: how can you use your Spotify presence to make money?