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Check out tiny.blips Cover of Nirvana’s “Heart-Shaped Box”

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Tiny.blips is an artist that is currently based in South Florida, but originally is from Wilmington, Delaware. Although that might not be the DMV, it’s a neighboring community that we look to support! Tiny.blips also went to the Unviersity of Delaware, and since his graduation he has been growing in his music ability.

His newest track is called, “Heart-Shaped Box” and it has an amazingly calm lo-fi feel to it. It’s a Nirvana cover that has some very diversifying elements compared to the original. It’s the first single of a lo-fi covers EP that he will be releasing in the near future. All instruments, vocals, productions arrangement, recordings and mixing was all done by Tiny.blips. Check out the track below.

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