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Tune-In Tuesdays #99: C.O.D.E. Decodes the Story Behind Their Latest Single, “Words”

Rocking their listeners’ worlds with a blast of energy and emotion throughout their discography, the Athens-based rock band C.O.D.E. (Culture of Digital Elegance) packs yet another powerful punch with their latest single, “Words.”

Earlier this month, we spoke to C.O.D.E. band members Yiannis Katsaros and Vicky Fysikas to learn more about “Words” as well as their upcoming album, “No Excuses.”

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Tune-In Tuesdays #98: Ci Majr on Creating “Guillotine” and “Side Effects”

Vibrant, Atlanta-based pop artist Ci Majr has dazzled audiences once again with the release of her latest single, “Guillotine,” an amped-up pop anthem that explores vulnerability, love, and politics — all at once.

Earlier this month, we spoke with Ci Majr to learn more about “Guillotine,” as well as her upcoming debut EP “Side Effects,” which is scheduled for release on April 16, 2021.

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Tune-In Tuesdays #94: Killing Me Softly by Becky Crosby

NYC singer-songwriter and jazz voice major Becky Crosby puts a smooth, sultry, jazzy spin on the iconic, R&B Fugees single “Killing Me Softly.”

Crosby’s cover of “Killin Me Softly” will be available across streaming platforms on Feb. 26. However, we were given a sneak-peak of the single — and my Goodness, it is a jazzy slice of heaven.

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Tune-In Tuesdays #91: Jams of January 2021

As we jumped back into the swing of things in January, we found ourselves graced by a variety of great jams.

So here we are to recap and review what you should be listening to, too.

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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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