I was six years old in 1993, when Mighty Morphin’ Power Rangers premiered to the world. Like many kids of my generation, I was captivated by this show. In particular, I found myself drawn toward one Ranger in particular. That would be Zack Taylor, the Black Power Ranger portrayed by Walter Emanuel Jones.Get ready to ‘Dance’
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Anyway, onto this week’s edition of UMC20…Listen to UMC20
Have you ever been in a seemingly perfect relationship, where the blurred lines between fantasy and reality cause your mind to play tricks on you?Hear ‘UFO’
Hailing from Cape Town, South Africa, Will Linley‘s authenticity and accessible, well-crafted pop songs have connected with fans worldwide. Will’s breakthrough 2022 EP, kill all my feelings, and recent single, “Last Call,” tell relatable stories for anyone navigating life and love in the 21st Century.
Will’s joy and gratitude for all that has happened — and everything still to come — is palpable on this episode of The Quinn Spinn.#GetSpunn
Sooner or later, the truth prevails, as the insincere fall by the wayside.Hear the Single
We’ve got the bops you need to head into the weekend!
From high-octane anthems, to those more pensive and ethereal, we’re inviting you to hear what’s happening within the pop genre – across the country, and even across the Atlantic! Get to it!Hear What You Should
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Anyway, onto the review…
Who’s ready for an unconventional pop banger that flies in the face of the algorithmic gods?Hear “unfiltered.”
Love and loss are addressed in this week’s edition of Songs You Should Hear.
We begin with a tender, beautiful reminder of the legacies we carry with us as we pursue our passions. Then, things take a hard left turn into the land of toxic relationship dynamics, addressed expertly by a couple of Nashville’s emerging pop artists.Hear What You Should
Love is a variable experience. Its initial dopamine hit can leave us feeling full of wonder and possibility. Love can also leave us feeling low, and unsure of who we are after it has run its course. Sometimes, love can turn infatuous — even dangerous — before we even realize it.
Whatever the case, love is a journey, and these three Songs You Should Hear take us on that journey — of love for others, love for our vices, and love for ourselves.Hear What You Should
Over the past couple of years, Chelsea Cutler‘s career has taken off like a rocket ship. Her sophomore album, When I Close My Eyes, has served as a true watershed moment in Cutler’s career, and has played a large role in helping her amass more than 750+ million streams to date, widespread acclaim from media outlets like NPR’s Weekend Edition, Variety, MTV News, Entertainment Tonight, COMPLEX, UPROXX, Consequence, HYPEBAE, and Ones To Watch; and festival performances at Coachella, Hangout Music Festival, Forecastle Festival, and more.
All of that was a recipe for a fun night and a packed house on Tuesday night, when the second leg of Cutler’s When I Close My Eyes tour came to Marathon Music Works in Nashville.Read more