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Tune-In Tuesdays #79: Brand New on “Be High”

Down to earth with a smile you can hear through the phone, California-based hip-hop artist Brand New (Brandon Moss) is here to spread insight and inspire others with his truth.

Following the release of his single “Be High,” which touches upon the chaos of the pandemic and social injustices this year, we spoke to Moss via telephone to dive deeper into the single.

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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 Tuesdays #77: Novarium on Creating “Virus”

The bi-coastal goth-metal band Novarium is re-emerging from their hiatus. They’re back — and with a viral vengeance.

Recently, we spoke to Novarium via email to learn more about their musical roots and their latest single, “Virus.” As a whole, the band is packed with personality and brimming with an energy that radiates beyond their immensely captivating sound.

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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 #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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Tune-In Tuesdays #65 BONUS: Be Loud With Us

Ah, nothing like a good mosh-pit-of-one to help you chill the fuck out, right? That’s why we’ve put together a playlist of our favorite alternative-rock and pop-punk music from the last 20 years.

Give our Spotify playlist listen and get loud with us!

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Tune-In Tuesdays #55: Wave Break on “Out of Breath”

New Jersey-based alt-rock band Wave Break has made waves with their energetic sound in the past, but they’re on the verge of unleashing a tsunami with the release of their single “Out of Breath” on Feb. 7th.

Recently, we reached out to vocalist and rhythm guitarist Kelly Barber and bassist Ken Knightly to learn more about the band, their upcoming single, and their passion for performing live.

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Tune-In Tuesdays #54 BONUS: Doctor Octoroc on Creating “Soft Bits In”

Last week, Levi “Doctor Octoroc” announced the upcoming Kickstarter for his latest chiptune project: “Soft Bits In,” a tribute to The Flaming Lips’ “Soft Bulletin” album.

We spoke to Doctor Octoroc via telephone to get a behind the scenes glimpse at his creative process, as well as a taste for what backers can look forward to on the Kickstarter.

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