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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 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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iLiveYouToo Supports Musicians and Venues Through Cutting-Edge Virtual Performances

From production to promotion, iLiveYouToo allows musicians and venues to generate revenue through their unique live video streaming experiences.

Recently, iLiveYouToo announced they’re partnering with DICE.fm, the American Nightlife Association, and DoLA to further their efforts in keeping live music alive amidst these trying times.

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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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