This week we're kicking things off with a new single from Downhaul ahead of the release of their new album, Proof. We've also got new music from Will Stratton, L'Rain, Lou Barlow, Anjimile, Bad Athlete, and more in this episode!
I chat with Autogramm a Vancouver/Chicago-based band who released their newest album 'No Rules,' which I spin on the episode.
Comfy is the super endearing, earworm-inducing project of Rochester-based musician Connor Benincasa. Joined by a virtual army of musical friends and co-conspirators, the “band” crafts a malleable array of genres from pure power pop to bedroom grooves and indie garage bangers. Here, Connor is joined by Aurora Case for a low-key, ultra-cozy exclusive performance. Volume For is available now from Dadstache Records. Watch the video for "Nuisance" and listen to the audio podcast for more music and interview.
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The BTRtv team has had the good fortune to capture impressive performances with plenty of artists over the years. Here's a look back at a few of those that we still think back on often...

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The new guidance reads, you can go back to doing the things you normally do. For Twitter, that's making more CDC jokes.
MJ Knefel explains that while access to the COVID-19 vaccine has improved, the structure of US healthcare is a hurdle still to be overcome.
Biden's address to Congress, kids age 12-15 will be cleared for the Pfizer vaccine next week as the US redefines our expectations for herd immunity. Photo courtesy of The White House via Wikimedia Commons
The week before Thanksgiving 2020, Alana’s father started feeling ill. He soon discovered that he was positive for COVID-19. Not long after, the other members of Alana’s family also came down with the virus. Alana shares the hardships that her family went through while ailing and confined within their home.
Jesse Myerson is back to discuss organizing under Biden, and John and MJ discuss the Israeli violence towards Palestinians in East Jerusalem. Al-Aqsa Mosque and the Temple Mount. photo courtesy of Godot13 via Wikimedia Commons
Biden's American Families Plan is the kind of universal relief people need. But leaving out healthcare measures is a mistake.
Call Me Spinster is a Chattanooga, TN-based sister trio of Rosie, Rachel, and Amelia. In this episode, the band delivers a stunning live performance, featuring new band members Alfredo and, of course, Maggie The Dog.
Audie founded a nonprofit called Team With Love in order to help those in need.
Juliet Quick is a Hudson Valley-born, Brooklyn-based singer-songwriter whose work reflects on climate terror, misogyny, self-interrogation, and holding on to hope. Here, she shares an intimate look at her music, performed exclusively for BTR Live Studio At Home. Glass Years EP is available now from Substitute Scene Records. Listen to the audio podcast for more music and interview.
A look at the Backwoods at Mulberry Mountain featuring music from The String Cheese Incident, SunSquabi, Papadosio, Keller Williams, Lotus, and more!
Electronica via Rey Espinosa, Our Anthem, Ricardo Molinari, Nozzleholder! Cool down from your extended workout w/ Alex Alive, IQ-Talo, Nuur!
Happy middle of May all you beautiful people.  Let's take today and enjoy what we have and what we need; Music of course! I've got 2 hours, 2 double shot blocks and only love! Let's get to it!
Tune in to The Jazz Hole Live to hear a set by Jesse Ryan & Bridges, recorded live at Toronto’s Poetry Jazz Café in 2018
The Berries take the top spot on this week’s BTR Top 10! Our hosts are spinning their album, Throne of Ivory (Run for Cover) the most this week! Debuting on the countdown: Alfa Mist, Kero Kero Bonito, Art D'Ecco, Innov Gnawa, Jaywood, Warren Dunes Find your favorite album in the mix and support the artist by buying an album or some merch! Here’s The Full List: 1. THE BERRIES, Throne Of Ivory (Run For Cover) 2. SUNNY WAR, Simple Syrup (Hen House/ORG) 3. JUAN WAUTERS, Real Life Situations (Captured Tracks) 4. ALFA MIST, Bring Backs (Anti-) 5. KERO KERO BONITO, Civilisation I And II (Polyvinyl) 6. ART D'ECCO, In Standard Definition (Paper Bag) 7. INNOV GNAWA, Lila (Daptone) 8. ALEX LITTLE AND THE SUSPICIOUS MINDS, Waiting To Get Paid (Light Organ) 9. JAYWOOD, Some Days [EP] (Captured Tracks) 10. WARREN DUNES, Get Well Soon (Big Wawa)
The Listening Booth has a Mixed up Spring Mix with folky blues and country from Delgres, R&B with Tirzah, and jazz with Alfa Mist!