posts tagged california

6/12/17 // L.A. Takedown

This week we start a music-bio book club & chat w/ musical creator of L.A. Takedown, Aaron Olson--plus we listen their most recent album 'II' | listen

4/18/17 // Coachella

This weekend we entered into the world of flower crowns and rosé known as Coachella. This year's festival was filled with incredible artists, dope art, and overpriced food. But, as in previous years, did not disappoint. | read

4/10/17 // Week of 04/10/17

Tunes and details on headliners for two of this year’s best music festies, Newport Folk Festival and High Sierra Music Festival. | listen

4/3/17 // Spring Break in California

This spring break I did a road trip down the coast of California with my Mamiya RZ67, a medium format film camera that was given to me by my dad this past February. | read

3/20/17 // “Bare It” by From Indian Lakes

From Indian Lakes -- or Joey Vannucchi, who grew up near Indian Lakes, outside Yosemite National Park -- is a fascinating musical project. With lush orchestration on record, carefully thought out over… | watch

3/10/17 // The Molochs

The Molochs are a band that hits everyone in the right spots. Their music has everything you could want—a little darkness, a little love, and a lot of catchiness. | read

2/21/17 // From Indian Lakes

From Indian Lakes -- or Joey Vannucchi, who grew up near Indian Lakes, outside Yosemite National Park -- is a fascinating musical project. With lush orchestration on record, carefully thought out over… | listen

2/21/17 // “The Monster” by From Indian Lakes

From Indian Lakes -- or Joey Vannucchi, who grew up near Indian Lakes, outside Yosemite National Park -- is a fascinating musical project. With lush orchestration on record, carefully thought out over… | watch

2/14/17 // McDonald's Launches New Crab Sandwich

The dish was developed in an attempt to capture the local seasons of The Bay area, and that’s exactly where the Crab Meat Sandwich will be available. At just four stores in good old California. | read

11/16/16 // Soylent Faces Problems

Now you can read us on the go! Check out the BTRtoday app for iOS and Android. For fast-paced techies and disinterested food-is-fuel millennials, Soylent seemed like the perfect answer to combat… | read

10/4/16 // Rihanna Can Smoke a Blunt, Why Can’t You?

BTRtoday talks to major marijuana advocacy groups to find out why the rich and famous are finding their ways around marijuana laws. | read

9/24/16 // Week of 09/24/16

Garbage Garage is going all out punk rock this week with a sampling from Coachwhips, Nots, and Thee Oh Sees, plus more! | listen

7/9/16 // Smoke & Cinema: Midnight Special

We talk about misogyny in Hollywood, legalization developments in California, and review the new sic-fi thriller "Midnight Special." | listen

7/4/16 // Death Valley Girls

Ladies and gentleman: Go-go listen to the Death Valley Girls! The L.A.-based band with all the loving tenderness of a buzz saw. They’ve got a '60's-pop sound, with a punk rock kick. | listen

6/10/16 // The Frustrating Democratic Primary

Some thoughts on the Democratic primary, and listener mail. | listen

2/29/16 // Kate Evans

This week I chat with writer Kate Evans, who authored the article "8 Steps To A Dream Life of World Travel," for Elephant Journal. | listen

2/12/16 // Mike Ludwig on Offshore Fracking

Mike Ludwig on fracking off the coast of California, more thoughts on Coates and Alexander on the Democratic primary, and the horror of Aleppo. | listen

2/5/16 // Tune-UpLove Spread

BTR catches up with experimental bitpop project Love Spread to chat about using video game controllers to make music. | read

1/25/16 // Travelling Weasels

In honor of launch week I predict five locations that will be launching into popularity in 2016! Then we chat with the Travelling Weasels! | listen

1/25/16 // In-N-Out Burger, In-Australia-Out-of-Burgers

In-N-Out Burger opens a pop-up in Sydney, Australia and promptly runs out of burgers. | read

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