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Cigar City Radio

A first of its kind podcast from Cigar City Management, recorded live in Tampa, FL. Featuring conversations with independent musicians, touring bands, and music industry insiders.
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May 30, 2017

We meet Lynn Thomas and Shelly Simon from Homoground - a network of queer music and media creators. We talk about the creation of Homoground, queer music in New York City, reaching people in small towns, DIY venues closing, Death By Audio, SXSW, and real life vs. the internet.

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May 22, 2017

We talk to Brooklyn’s Fruit & Flowers about their Home Alone-like journey to SXSW, the band’s formation, making the Oh My Rockness Hardest-Working Bands of 2016 list, Sylvia the bus, their new Drug Tax EP on Little Dickman Records, playing in front of Lyzi’s hometown crowd, Jose’s Colombian friends, and giving back to the community.

This Week's Fadeout: "Out of Touch" by Fruit & Flowers

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May 15, 2017

We talk to 17 year old songwriter, Natalie Claro, about her debut album, Disconnect, producing her own music, supportive parents, her big voice, singles “Baby Bug” and “Mountains”, and building with her own team. Plus, stay through to the end as we tackle the age old argument: is a hot dog a sandwich?

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May 8, 2017

We talk to Tampa songwriter Shane Schuch about his new project, Pajamas. He tells us about performing at Gasparilla Music Festival, his new album Smile Lines, working with fellow producer Fr33dback, his old band Mouse Fire, the Tampa electronic music scene, Beard & Beauty soap, leaving SaGoh 24/7 (later known as Anberlin) to raise his daughter, and the Origin of Chef Pyjamas.

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May 1, 2017

We talk to UK band Muncie Girls about traveling from England for SXSW, going through U.S. Customs, their debut album From Caplan to Belsize, the punk scene in the United Kingdom, “all-dayers”, playing Big Pre-Fest in Little Ybor at New World Brewery, touring Europe, and the ferry.

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