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Category: Interviews

Tune-In Tuesdays #53: Big Smile on What it Means to Be a Band

Ohio-based band Big Smile has been leaving everyone with a big smile on their face through the power of their signature “angry, sad boy, pop-punk” sound.

Earlier this month, we spoke to Big Smile bassist John Morris via email to learn more about the band, their latest music video, and their upcoming shows.

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Tune-In Tuesdays #52: Going Back in Time to an 80’s Arcade with Nae

Florida-based synthpop artist Nae is a colorful, fun-loving musician who is just as vibrant as her music sounds.

Following the release of her latest single, “80’s Arcade,” we spoke to Nae via email to learn more about the track, the upcoming music video, and her passion for music.

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Tune-In Tuesdays #50: Julia Klot on Piano, Brooklyn, and Upcoming Shows

New York-based pianist and singer-songwriter Julia Klot released her album “Brooklyn” last month, an album inspired by her love for love and longing for home as she transitions into college.

On Sunday, we spoke to Klot via telephone to learn more about her life-long love for music, her latest album, and her upcoming release show at Rockwood Music Hall.

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Tune-In Tuesdays #48: Marcelyn on Music, Meaning, and Money

Marcelyn is a local indie-electric trio with an infectious personality.

On Sunday, the band took us behind the scenes of their latest album “This is Woman’s Lib?” with an added inside scoop on their upcoming music video. We also shared a few laughs as we bonded over our love for Philadelphia.

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Tune-In Tuesdays #44: VISTA On Rising From “The Ruins”

VISTA, the sound-shattering alt-rock duo with contagious, electric energy, struck their audience like a bolt of lightning with the release of “The Ruins,” the first installment of their upcoming EP trilogy.

Prior to “The Ruins” release, we reached out to lead vocalist Hope Vista and guitarist Greg Almeida to learn more about “The Ruins,” the EP trilogy, and their YouTube documentary.

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Teri Anderson: Crossing the Boundary of Fine Art and Craft

Teri Anderson is an artist who blends various mediums to expand her own perspective, as well as her audiences’, through her multidimensional, abstract, and geometric depictions.

Recently, we spoke to Anderson via email to learn more about her work as well as her background as an artist.

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Tune-In Tuesdays #42: The Bronze Age on Being “People People”

The Bronze Age is a blow-your-speakers-out rock band based out of Raleigh, N.C. that launched two years ago. Their music is a powerful blend of rock-genre elements that’s driven by their heart and soul. At their core, The Bronze Age are “people-people” who seek to truly connect with their audiences.

Following the release of their latest single, “Don’t Worry, It’ll Only Hurt For A Second” in September, the band is gearing up to record their debut album in November.

On Saturday, we reached out to Jesse and Austin to learn more about their debut album and U.S. tour in 2020.

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Tune-In Tuesdays #41: Professional Smiler Cassidy King on Being Okay with Not Being Okay

Pop artist Cassidy King explores what it means to “fake it ’till you make it” when everything’s far from picture perfect in her latest, empowering single, “Professional Smiler.”

Recently, we spoke to King via telephone to learn more about what it means to be a “Professional Smiler.” We also got a behind the scenes glimpse into the music video for the track and learned more about the vibrant, refreshingly honest, delightfully candid singer.

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