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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 #75: A Heart-to-Heart on Agoraphobia with Katie Wood

Iridescent London-based power-pop artist Katie Wood uses the electricity of a nostalgic 80’s sound and sense of fashion to spark her heartfelt lyricism to life. Her aura is empowering and truly awe-inspiring.

Recently, we spoke to Wood via email for a candid discussion about her latest track, “Uh Huh Yeah,” which openly describes her experiences with agoraphobia.

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Tune-In Tuesdays #74: Francesca Louise on “Ride the Waters”

London-based folk singer-songwriter Francesca Louise has enchanted audiences with her grace, honesty, and authenticity. Her message is heartfelt and her vocals are inspiring.

Following the release of her latest single “Ride the Waters,” a soulful tune that celebrates self-empowerment, we spoke to Louise via email to learn more about her passion for music.

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Tune-In Tuesdays #73: L’Suavo Dives Into the “Deep End”

Personable and down to Earth, Florida-based pop and R&B artist L’Suavo draws from his emotions and paints with his honesty to foster an open relationship with his listeners.

Following the release of his melodic and alluring single, “Deep End,” we spoke to L’Suavo via telephone to learn more about the track and his musical roots.

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Tune-In Tuesdays #72: Bad Honey on “Circles” and Their Musical Duo

Hailing from South East London, the fluid, soft, and introspective soul-pop duo Bad Honey allures listeners into a dream-like trance with their latest single, “Circles.”

Recently, we spoke to Lydia Clowes and Teresa Origone to learn more about the origins of Bad Honey, “Circles,” their lockdown EP, and what their plans are going forward.

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Tune-In Tuesdays #71: Floss on Her Debut Single, “Kings & Queens”

Dripping dreamy melodies and sultry vocals, UK-based alternative artist Floss made an upbeat debut last month with her single, “Kings & Queens.”

Recently, we spoke to Floss via telephone to learn more about the budding of her music career as well as the story behind “Kings & Queens.”

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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 #67: Neuromantics on “Crimes of Passion”

London-based alternative rock band Neuromantics is tethered together by their deep, heartfelt connection to their craft and their connections to each other as individuals.

Following the release of their debut album, “Crimes of Passion,” we spoke to vocalist Daniel Pye, guitarist Andrew Gambell, and bassist Danny Timóteo to learn more about Neuromantics’ emotive debut, their history as bandmates, and what the future holds for the group.

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