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The Quinn’s Daily Spinn: Monday, December 2

Last week, while we gave you a listen to one of DaChri’s latest projects, we told you that another of his collaborations would be making it’s way to UMC this week.

We’re here to deliver on that promise, and we think you’ll be happy that we did.

This. Is. A. Banger.

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LISTEN: With ‘Lovely,’ Elisabeth Beckwitt Finds Power in Her Anger

Following the successful release of her EP, Indigo, it didn’t take long for Elisabeth Beckwitt to find the inspiration for a follow-up release.

This time, that inspiration came in the form of a statement anthem that sends a direct message: the days of oppression and inequality toward women are over.

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REVIEW: Talia Stewart’s ‘Confessional’ A No-Holds-Barred Musical Experience

Word to the wise, before you listen to Talia Stewart’s new album, Confessional: get ready to feel strong emotions. Between the topics explored via Stewart’s jazzy, sultry alto and the album’s hard-hitting and robust soundscapes, you’ll come out having experienced a no-holds-barred exploration of human expression.

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REVIEW: Talia Stewart’s ‘Look Ma No Hands’ a Multi-Genre Ode to Empowerment

One of Talia Stewart’s hallmarks as an artist is the notion of women’s empowerment. With that in mind, she has delivered on “Look Ma No Hands,” the first glimpse of her forthcoming album, set to release later this year.

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