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Tune-In Tuesdays #68: Raye Zaragoza on “Fight Like a Girl”

Standing at “the forefront of her own narrative” and inspiring women around the globe, indie-folk artist Raye Zaragoza has continued to empower her audience with the release of her latest single, “Fight Like a Girl.”

Recently, we spoke to Zaragoza via email to learn more about her work as a musician, her values as an activist, and her latest single.

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Tune-In Tuesdays #54: From UK to LA with Karima Francis

UK-raised and LA-based indie artist Karima Francis touches her listeners with her heartfelt, organic sound, which is further highlighted by her moving lyricism.

Following the release of her single, “Shelf Life,” which details the homelessness crisis in Los Angeles, Calif. we reached out to Francis via email to learn more about her years of performing, her music, and her goals for 2020.

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Tune-In Tuesdays #26: No Village by Kuri

Aaaand we’re back with a slightly-belated installment of Tune-In Tuesdays (or, I guess, “Wubba-Lubba-Wednesdays,” at this point).

This week, we’re tuning into the latest album by introspective folk artist, Kuri, “No Village.”

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