“Kim” by Joy Again
BTR Live Studio | ep661 | Nov 14, 2017
Hailing from the rich cultural breeding ground of Philadelphia, Joy Again is a quintet right at that vital point in their career between just starting out and truly figuring out their sound - in this case, that means their songs shift from fast and punky to experimental and atmospheric folk at times - but what’s clear already is that they’ve got some big ideas, musical chops, and a lot of energy to put to good use. We were psyched to have them stop by Serious Business Music in DUMBO, Brooklyn to get a look at them as they work towards their debut full length.

“Kim” + “On A Farm” single is available now from Never Grow Up Records.

Listen to the audio podcast for more music and interview.

RELEVANT LINKS

Joy Again: Official Website // Facebook // Twitter // Instagram

About The Series //

MUSIC | Musicians play exclusive sets and chat with Maia Macdonald, a veteran musician and DJ with a knack for asking questions musicians actually enjoy answering.

View Series

Recommended

4/20/18 // Episode 77 / Golden Brown

All the way from sunny Los Angeles, half of the team behind the young Golden Brown label, Thom Sunderland, joins us by phone to chat about its beginnings in Portland, OR, just what texture-pop is, and… | listen

4/23/18 // “Letting Go” by Erika Wennerstrom

Erika Wennerstrom’s name might be new to some, but many will know her voice as the focal point of the popular Cincinnati rock band Heartless Bastards. With her first proper solo effort,… | watch

4/22/18 // The Beauty Secrets Hiding in Your Kitchen

Snack your way to smoking hot with these ingredients from the grocery store. | read

4/20/18 // Ep 54 // Amy Bennett & The Greene Grape / ‘The Rider’

Matt Ruby interviews Amy Bennett, founder of The Greene Grape. Jacqueline Soller on ‘The Rider.’ John Knefel on what Trump should do in Syria. A performance from Alice Boman’s BTR Live Studio session. | listen

3/26/18 // Mother Of Pearl: Shark Eye Cocktail

Mother of Pearl is a Polynesian-inspired, modern tiki bar located in the East Village neighborhood of New York City. This tropical escape within the city limits serves beautifully presented all-vegan… | watch

4/23/18 // Nap Eyes at Elsewhere

Nap Eyes stopped in Brooklyn for a show at Elsewhere before heading out to Europe. | read