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Tune-In Tuesdays #87: Blue Stragglers Vocalist Lee Martin on Their Self-Titled EP

Blasting authenticity and expressivity, the “fuzzed up grooved up” Sussex-based alt-rock band Blue Stragglers have rocked listeners with their latest record, a self-titled EP designed to capture how the band performs live.

Recently, we spoke to Blue Stragglers vocalist and guitarist Lee Martin for a casual discussion about their five-track EP. We also bonded over conspiracy theories, gigging, the beauty and universality of musical expression, and much more.

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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 #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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Weekly Newsletter #79: Save Our Venues!

The authentic and enchanting UK musical duo Broken Bones Matilda have recently announced they’re going on a virtual UK craft brewery tour over the next two weeks.

Broken Bones Matilda will be raising money for #saveourvenues during the tour. Those who sign on can look forward to great music, live drawing sessions with local artists, and other surprises that’ll keep you on the edge of your phone.

For more information about the virtual UK craft brewery tour, follow the duo on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter!

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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 #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 #60: Neverman Singer Matt McGown on “the War Within Themselves”

Deeply personable and incomparably energetic, Neverman intrigues their listeners through their candid lyricism on wading through rough times only to emerge from them stronger and more resilient.

Following the release of their latest EP, “It’s Not a Prison, It’s a Prism,” we spoke to Neverman frontman Matt McGown to learn more about his personal connection with music and the band’s big goals for this year.

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