posts tagged tune-up

7/22/16 // Andrew Keoghan

Say hello to the New Zealander of your ‘80s synth dreams! The L.A.-based songwriter, Andrew Keoghan, is bringing back the smoke and mirrors of the ‘80s in the best way possible. | read

7/8/16 // Julie Rhodes

Meet Julie Rhodes, the blues singer taking Americana music to a place it desperately needs to go. BTRtoday speaks with her backstage between shots of tequila and live sets of rock and roll! | read

7/1/16 // Admiral Grey

Admiral Grey is a New York-based singer, bassist, writer, actor, and dancer extraordinaire who appeared this spring in Normandy Sherwood's play Permanent Caterpillar. | read

6/24/16 // Fancy Colors

We sit down with Fancy Colors, a band truly for the sake of art. Comprised of Zac Cowell and Dave Heilman, these guys are veterans of the music scene--having worked with artists like Regina Spektor and Of Montreal! | read

6/17/16 // Giggle the Ozone

On New York, babies, visual art, and pyramids made with Legos. | read

6/10/16 // Bad Orb

Meet the one-of-a-kind band able to hit everybody somewhere deep down—no matter what genre of music they’re into. They’re called Bad Orb, and they’ll rock your world. | read

6/3/16 // Kayo Dot

On space, sonic architecture, big reveals, and snakes coming out of ducks. | read

5/20/16 // Kelly Paige

On writing songs about oppression in taxis and why inspiration is a fickle bitch. | read

5/13/16 // Troy

On the spirit of creation and singing beauty through the darkness of loss. | read

5/6/16 // Hollis Brown

On touring with The Counting Crows and a May residency in New York City! | read

4/29/16 // The Sharp Shadows

On the small victories of perseverance and making music for yourself. | read

4/22/16 // The Classic Kids

On dealing with the bullshit of the music industry and coming out on top, with a positive message. | read

4/15/16 // Rough Trade and Record Store Day

BTRtoday ventures into Williamsburg, Brooklyn, to interview Rough Trade’s store manager, George Flanagan. Find out about the record store’s history, future, and plans for Record Store Day! | read

4/8/16 // Burnt Seeds

Roger Poulin of the Burnt Seeds talks songwriting in abandoned factories and intergalactic nebula surfing through rock and roll. | read

4/1/16 // Ded Rabbit

BTRtoday sits down with Donal and Fergus, band mates of Ded Rabbit—the UK based band consisting of three brothers equipped with English accents and rockin’ guitars. | read

3/25/16 // nufraktur

On splicing old tapes and removing sound frequencies one by one. | read

3/18/16 // Submotion Orchestra

On how the theme of color emerged on their latest album in an unexpected way, and the evolution from acoustic to electronic. | read

3/11/16 // Guerilla Toss

On cocaine-fueled adventures in Miami and songwriting in the beautiful isolation of Upstate New York. | read

3/4/16 // herMajesty

This week we catch up with JP, frontman for the Brooklyn-based band herMajesty, to talk about using the mind, body, and music as a canvas. | read

2/26/16 // Spacin'

On learning to play the drums from a cop and the primordial nature of songwriting. | read

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