January 17, 2021
Weekly Newsletter #89: Tuning-In
Illustration of a musician recording themselves singing and playing the guitarSource: Envato Elements
Tune-In Tuesdays are back, bug buddies.
We began this week with the article “Changes to Improve Your Lifestyle” by motivational speaker and writer Rosalyn L. on Monday.
On Tuesday, we cranked up our amps with the re-launch of Tune-In Tuesdays. We shimmied back into the groove of our beloved series with a review of indie-pop band Borito’s recent single, “Child.”
Then, we published a compilation of recent illustrations by editor Burgundy Bug on Thursday.
Last — but most certainly far from least — we put on our detective goggles to sleuth out the mystery of what happens to your blood work samples after they’ve been tested.
We’re super pumped to keep on rocking as we roll into our next Tune-In Tuesdays installment!
Interested in having your music featured for a song review or speaking to us for an interview? Great! We always have our ears out for new tunes. Just send us a message through our submissions page.
You can also expect to see more art and science content coming your way, so keep an eye out. 😉
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