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"Dust" by Sonya Kitchell

NYC songwriter Sonya Kitchell began her career in western Massachusetts, releasing her first gentle folk record ten years ago at the age of seventeen. In the decade since, her style has developed and her skills as a songwriter, performer, and in the studio have become highly refined. Sonya…

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Karma

We've all heard the age-old saying, "what goes around comes around," but does it ring true? For "Karma Week" at BTRtoday, Lisa Autz and Zach Schepis ask people in NYC's Madison Square Park about whether or not karma has ever affected them or the choices they've made. For more on this topic,…

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The Uncommons

For one of the most fun cities in the world, it's hard to imagine that there is only one board game cafe in New York, but it's true. With over a thousand games to play or purchase, The Uncommons is different from other restaurants or bars that have only a few games on the shelf. Chelsea met with…

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"Gone Home" by The Spook School

The Spook School is a wonderful group of people from Edinburgh, Scotland, who make upbeat, memorable queer indie-pop punk rock. We met them in Austin this year when they kicked off our party, impressively packing the house with an early crowd, and had to have them come by the studio while they…

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"Holding On" by Emanuel and the Fear

Emanuel & The Fear (aka songwriter Emanuel Ayvas and his gang of musical cohorts) returns to BTR Live Studio with their latest orchestral-pop rock sagas. With a leaner lineup than past incarnations, the group now leans pleasingly and more heavily on the folky, storytelling side of indie rock…

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"Melody" by Tiny Fireflies

Chicago trio Tiny Fireflies came together in a perfect way: Kristine Capua (Tiny Microphones) and Lisle Mitnik (Fireflies) brought their own complementary pop sensibilities together as a one-off collaboration for a compilation, but the overwhelming popularity of their new "band" led to further…

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What's The Coolest Thing You've Ever Done?

Skydiving, wild parties, embarking on distant adventures... for "Cool Week" at BTRtoday, Zach Schepis talks to people in New York City about the coolest things they've ever done. For more on this topic, check out this week's Third Eye Weekly. Featured song: "My Real Name" by…

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1st Person: Billy // Life As A Street Performer

As a street performer in New York City, Billy has seen it all. In this edition of 1st Person, he shares a memory from his time performing in Central Park. Song featured in this episode: "My Mathematical Mind" by Spoon Now you can watch us on your iPhone or iPad! Check out the BTRtoday App!

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"Strawberry Skin" by Dead Leaf Echo

Dead Leaf Echo is a dream-pop band from NYC, calling their take on the genre "Nouveau Wave." The group blends the classic jangle/noise dynamic with romantic, drug-laced scenarios, proudly bearing the influence of 4AD favorites such as Pixies, Lush, etc. Approaching a decade of playing in the NYC…

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Landlords and Supers

Brooke is convinced that most landlords and supers are pretty shitty, and she is fed up. She bitches about them from her freshly caulked tub, no thanks to building maintenance. Follow Brooke Comegys on Twitter and Instagram. Now you can watch us on your iPhone or iPad! Check out the…

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Musicians play exclusive sets and chat with Maia Macdonald, a veteran musician and DJ with a knack for asking questions musicians actually enjoy answering.
BTRtv hits the street to see what people have to say, asking questions about a different theme every week. From news to politics to culture, BTRtv has its finger on the pulse.
BreakThruTV is a multi-format series presenting anything and everything from comedy and music to news and documentary.
COMEDY | Brooke Comegys has opinions. Brooke Comegys has experiences. Brooke Comegys is going to tell you about her opinions and experiences.
We head out to various interesting locations in NYC -- and occasionally elsewhere -- with dynamic musicians playing their songs in unique settings.
George Flanagan sits down with up and coming comedians he has worked with since 2009 at his live comedy showcase in Brooklyn, New York. Funniness ensues.
MUSIC | BTRtv presents previously unseen performances of full songs from artists who recently visited us for a session of one of our studio series.
Chaz Mannenheim is a man out of time - a reporter from a bygone era, here to learn about the world of today and remind us of the world he left behind.
Travis Harrison invites musicians to Serious Business, his recording studio and record label, for exclusive sets and irreverent, seriously interesting chats.