Friday, September 8 marks the 10th anniversary of Episode #1 of our Official Podcast, The Quinn Spinn. The show was the point of singularity for the entire UMC ecosystem; it was the formative idea that led to the launch of Underground Music Collective and its Bethlehem, PA-based predecessor, Lehigh Valley Underground.
That night, we’ll be celebrating a decade in the game the best way we know how: with an epic night of live music!
We’re getting set for another night in the 2023 NashLive! Cobra Series, live and in-person at The Cobra Nashville on Friday, June 9.
This time, we’re bringing an eclectic lineup featuring hard-hitting pop punk and alternative music, featuring the talents of…
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Just checking in with a quick update: remember that NashLive! show we announced last week, featuring Natalia Taylar, James Cole, and Forts Like Vana, Thursday, May 4 at The East Room?
Well, that show is now on sale to the general public!
For the past decade-plus, Joywave has been leaving a mark on the alternative rock world. Formed in Rochester, NY in 2010, the band broke through by featuring on Big Data’s 2014 hit, “Dangerous,” before releasing their full length debut, How Do You Feel Now?, the following year.
Fast forward to the present-day, and the band brought its Express Wash tour to The Basement East on Saturday night. The result was high-powered, visually engaging set that showcased the band’s versatility and love of sonic exploration.
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Next month, we’re bringing NashLive! back to The East Room for the first time in nearly a year!
Underground Music Collective is always proud to support our friends at Music on the Move Studios — and they showed up and showed out in East Nashville on Monday night!
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Strap in, y’all. It’s about to get real in here.
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Those who were fortunate enough to catch Blu DeTiger on her Blu DeTour this fall were treated to something completely fresh in the modern music landscape. Blu’s charisma and extraordinary technical prowess (alongside her ability to remind us that bass is, indeed, a lead instrument) work together to create a dynamic and unforgettable live show. Blu’s sound and swagger could fill an arena — and we have no doubt that day is coming, sooner rather than later.
Let me take you back to the Summer of 2017. Nashville still was not but a twinkle in our eye. The Underground Music Collective you know and love today was known as Lehigh Valley Underground, based in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania.
My hair was shoulder length, and I resembled the GEICO caveman. If you know, you know. If you don’t, consider yourself fortunate. 😉
Halloween is ARREIS’ birthday. This year, it also served as the backdrop for a celebration of her new single, “Straight to Hell.”
P.S.: “Straight to Hell” was one of our Songs You Should Hear last week.
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