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Tune-In Tuesdays #88: Child by Borito

Uplifting and imaginative, indie-pop band Borito’s recent single “Child” warps you back in time to the idyllic, summer days of your youth.

“Child” sounds as sweet as a Spongebob ice cream pop tastes — and it keeps you coming back for more, just like a Spongebob pop keeps you going back in for another lick.

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The Burgundy Zine 2021 Relaunch

New year, new zine guidelines! We are so excited to jump right back into the swing of things as we enter 2021.

As we had mentioned in our two-year anniversary post last month, The Burgundy Zine will go forward with an update to our zine and post scheduling.

We’re also implementing a few very important updates to our content submission processes, along with updates to our Strain of the Week and Weekly Newsletter series.

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Tune-In Tuesdays #84: Greysha on “Life Goes Fluently”

As passionate as she is personable, UK-based singer-songwriter Greysha captivates listeners as she explores her own emotions throughout the stories in her music.

Recently, we spoke with Greysha via Zoom to learn more about her latest single, “Life Goes Fluently.” We also discussed her musical roots and upcoming projects.

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Tune-In Tuesdays Update: August 21, 2020

The Burgundy Zine is incredibly honored (and shocked) to announce our opening for Tune-In Tuesdays interviews are full from now until mid-October.

We still have review and guest post spots open throughout October, as well. And of course, we’re always accepting submissions for our digital magazine’s Music Spotlight and Spotify playlists.

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Tune-In Tuesdays #83 BONUS: Sunbeam by Census

Arkansas-based progressive rock band Census gracefully raises awareness on the deep, emotional scarring of sexual assault with the music video for their latest single, “Sunbeam.”

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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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