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A Conversation a Year in the Making, featuring Catalina!

We were supposed to have Catalina on The Quinn Spinn last April to chat about all things music and more, fresh off of her brilliant 2019 and the release of her record, Multifacética.

And then… COVID happened. Our guest schedule was upended. Great re-shuffling ensued.

So, we shuffled this episode to take place a year later, and it was certainly worth the wait! We welcome the Chilean-born performer to today’s show, where we catch up on a variety of topics — including her COVID adjustments, her new single, “Control,” and a brief look at what’s on the horizon.

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PREMIERE: Volk Gets Wild(?) on ‘Atlanta Dog’

For those in the know, one might see the title of VOLK’s new video, “Atlanta Dog,” and expect a song and visuals depicting a time too wild for most human consumption. The single — inspired by the jovial honky tonk tunes of Austin swamp country band Mayeux & Broussard, and the brazen honesty of Sarah Shook — borrows its title from a night of dangerous living by Waylon Jennings and drummer Richie Albright.

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