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Tune-In Tuesdays #57: Cardiac Half on Having Faith in Music

Alt-pop sibling duo Cardiac Half has put both halves of their hearts into their music, a dream they’re working towards turning into a career.

Cardiac Half is led by brothers Drew and Dylan Miller, two passionate, faith-driven musicians who touch their audiences with their honest, compelling, and intriguing lyrics.

Recently, we spoke to Drew and Dylan via telephone to learn more about their background in music, their latest single “Medicine,” and their goals as a band.

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Tune-In Tuesdays #55: Wave Break on “Out of Breath”

New Jersey-based alt-rock band Wave Break has made waves with their energetic sound in the past, but they’re on the verge of unleashing a tsunami with the release of their single “Out of Breath” on Feb. 7th.

Recently, we reached out to vocalist and rhythm guitarist Kelly Barber and bassist Ken Knightly to learn more about the band, their upcoming single, and their passion for performing live.

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Tune-In Tuesdays #40: Julia Lambert on Blossoming into a Wild Rose in the City

Alluring, bold, and enigmatic, Julia Lambert has captivated audiences yet again with the release of her latest alt-pop single, “Wild Rose in the City.”

Recently, we spoke to Lambert via telephone to learn more about “Wild Rose in the City,” her career, and to get a glimpse into her upcoming work.

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Tune-In Tuesdays #14: Keying into KEEF

KEEF is an indie musician based in the Northwest UK, an area with a rich musical background, serving as the origins for bands such as The Beatles and The Smiths, as well.

With just a few days until his debut single, Only Human, KEEF and I spoke over the phone to discuss the track as well as his personal history with music.

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