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Part-timer Carole meets rich girl Tuesday, and each realizes they've found the musical partner they need. Together, they just might make it. Small town girl Tuesday takes the midnight train to Alba City, leaving home for her dreams. There, she sees city girl Carole singing on a bridge. Top producer Tao begins working with Angela, who's yearned for a music career. Carole and Tuesday sneak into a concert hall to practice their song. With some trepidation, Carole and Tuesday agree to take Gus on as their manager. He hatches a plan to get them featured by the famous DJ Ertegun. Gus's next plan to get Carole and Tuesday their big break is to make a music video. He buys a weird film directing bot and asks his ex-wife for help.
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In a future where humanity lives largely on Mars, most pop culture media is being created by algorithms. Here, two women from very different backgrounds meet through a shared love of creating music, and decide to perform together without a computer helping write or produce their tracks. If you've ever watched and enjoyed any of the more popular sports anime, titles like Haikyuu , Free , or Yuri on Ice , the formula and pacing on this show will be pretty familiar. Our protagonists want to do the thing they are passionate about, here making music, because they love the act of getting to do it, not for the sake of fame or as a step up in life. Faced with rival musicians who are in it for the money or the fame, Carole and Tuesday want to move up through the music world because continuing to grow means they get to continue doing what they love and don't have to give up yet on their dreams. From its explorations of Carole using music as an outlet for working through her feelings of loneliness and abandonment, to Tuesday's fight to escape her family's plans for her future, the show is largely a sweet, empowering, optimistic tale of two women learning to live and create together, navigating a brave new world. The soundtrack is superb, the animation and world design are gorgeous, the skill with which they capture the feel of being in a band as a young adult is commendable, and there is so much to like about the show. However, as much as I loved so much of it, I couldn't keep watching right through to its conclusion, because the show repeatedly uses minority characters as punchlines, stereotypes for plot progression, or, in the most egregious cases, presents one particular minority group as dangerous violent monsters created by poor environmental factors.