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Support Indy Underground!

By: Darrin Snider (darrin at indyintune dot com)
Monday, April 6, 2009 12:00:00 AM

  

If you haven't already heard, WTTS is doing a new show on Monday nights at 10:00 called Indy Underground, where they're showcasing music from the local, indie, and underground scene. Yeah, I know it's a tough time slot, but I still encourage everybody to tune in and support WTTS' effort, especially you local artists, who should consider taking advantage of this by submitting your music (disclaimer and guidelines are on their site). We've all done our share of griping that mainstream media neglects the great talent in the local scene, and I think we've all seen in recent years how opportunities like these have a tendency to disappear as fast as they appear if audience response appears lackluster.

So, join their Facebook group and start a (relevant) discussion to show your interest ...
http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=63621734860

Visit their web site...
http://www.wttsfm.com/indyunderground.htm

And, hey, IF the opportunity presents itself, you could always tell them that you heard about them from Indy In-Tune. That ought to stick in their craw. :)

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