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UMC20: The Best of November 2020

Compiling this Best Of edition of UMC20 was a challenge enough. As usual, we had a strong month of music around here, and choosing 20 songs always seems to be a formidable task.

However, this challenge pales in comparison to the one that awaits this weekend.

Listen to the Best of November

Daily Spinn: TIOGA Has Been Thinking ‘Bad Things’

TIOGA’s new single, “Bad Things,” came out of a Talking Heads cover session. That influence is apparent on the track, and acknowledged by the band, who likened the single to if “David Byrne decided to hop in a spaceship and make a record that tackles simultaneously wanting to be alone, but not being able to deal with the solitude of one’s thoughts.”

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Daily Spinn: Jeni Schapire Confronts One-Sided Relationships on New Single

We’ve all reached a tipping point in an unhealthy relationship or two. Sometimes, it comes at 4 a.m., and we must take what we’re feeling in that moment and get it on the page.

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Daily Spinn: Me Nd Adam’s Latest Single is Killers-Approved!

Austin-based electropop duo Me Nd Adam seem to be garnering a lot of positive attention about their self-proclaimed “trashwave” sound these days. Not only have they received press from the likes of Wonderland Magazine, Alt Press, American Songwriter, Rolling Stone India and The Line of Best Fit, but their new single, “The More I Grow Up,” received the seal of approval from one of their greatest influences.

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