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Tune-In Tuesdays #83: Cat Dail on “Red Pill”

With a demeanor as warm as midwestern summer sunshine and a heart of gold, NYC-based indie singer-songwriter Cat Dail amplifies awareness surrounding misogyny and race in her lustrous, jazzy new single, “Red Pill.”

Recently, we spoke to Dail via telephone to learn more about the single and the movie it’s made for. We also discussed the importance of women producers in the music industry, among other timely topics.

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Tune-In Tuesdays #81: Josie Proto on Her Chart-Topping Debut and TikTok Success

UK’s very own vibrant singer-songwriter Josie Proto has empowered listeners with her debut EP, “PUB SONGS: Volume 1,” which made its way to #1 on the pop charts.

Recently, we spoke with Proto via Zoom to learn more about the EP, her unexpected success on TikTok, and to learn what her plans are next.

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Tune-In Tuesdays #80: Waiting For Smith on “Lines of Love” and Having “Yoga For Breakfast”

London-based singer-songwriter Harry Lloyd — more commonly known as Waiting For Smith — is here to help listeners see the light amidst even the most trying times.

Following the release of Waiting For Smith’s radiant single “Lines of Love,” we spoke to Lloyd via telephone to learn the track.

In the process, we ended up bonding over our shared experiences with health difficulties. We also shared a few laughs during our grounding, casual conversation.

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Tune-In Tuesdays #78: Midnight Ambassador Reflects on Latest Single, “Mirror”

London-based indie-pop project Midnight Ambassador continues to spread powerful, positive messages — even through their latest release, “Mirror,” which the Midnight Ambassador himself described as a “poem of self-hatred.”

Recently, we spoke to André Graca via telephone for an introspective interview about his start in music and how he has grown as an artist.

Graca was incredibly open and personable as we reflected on “Mirror” and the darker side of self care.

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Tune In to Moontower’s Virtual Tour This Week!

Indie-electric band Moontower encourages you to join them for unique, cutting-edge, interactive performances as they jam from home on their “What Day Is It?” virtual tour.

“The tour will include live performances in front of captivating art installations, LED light shows (from the same team as Coachella), interactive elements such as choose your own adventure setlist voted by the fans, giveaways, social hour complete with Q&A’s and games, custom Zoom downloads and exclusive merch and lots of special guests from around the world,” the press release for the virtual tour states.

Tickets for the performances tomorrow night and Thursday evening are just $9 — and it’s in support of a great cause. A portion of the proceeds will be donated to the National Independent Venue Association.

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Tune-In Tuesdays #69: Brudini on “From Darkness, Light”

Using music as a medium to convey his deep and introspective journey, indie artist Brudini encourages the listener to soul-search alongside him in his upcoming debut album, “From Darkness, Light.”

Recently, we spoke to Brudini via telephone to learn more about the story behind the album and the path he traversed to fully embrace his passion for music.

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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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