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Tune-In Tuesdays #80 BONUS: Something For Me by The Ones You Forgot

New Jersey-based pop-rock band The Ones You Forgot will breathe life into your headphones with their latest single, “Something For Me.”

With a signature summer vibe and delightful dash of angst, “Something For Me” is a release you surely won’t be able to forget.

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Tune-In Tuesdays #71: Floss on Her Debut Single, “Kings & Queens”

Dripping dreamy melodies and sultry vocals, UK-based alternative artist Floss made an upbeat debut last month with her single, “Kings & Queens.”

Recently, we spoke to Floss via telephone to learn more about the budding of her music career as well as the story behind “Kings & Queens.”

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Tune-In Tuesdays #67: Neuromantics on “Crimes of Passion”

London-based alternative rock band Neuromantics is tethered together by their deep, heartfelt connection to their craft and their connections to each other as individuals.

Following the release of their debut album, “Crimes of Passion,” we spoke to vocalist Daniel Pye, guitarist Andrew Gambell, and bassist Danny Timóteo to learn more about Neuromantics’ emotive debut, their history as bandmates, and what the future holds for the group.

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