Meet Bryan Bruchman, a longtime producer and host at BTRtoday. Plus music by Sasha and the Valentines and GracieSouz.
Taking an unnecessary closer look at the contents of the White House Press Corps' new vending machine.
Grace Strickland de Souza is a multi-talented performer who we first got to know via her work in the band Kin. Over the past year, her solo musical bedroom experiments grew into a fully-developed project, taking inspiration from film scores, vocal experimentations, and electro-pop to form her own unique voice and sonic language. Here, she takes us to her home in Sheffield, UK for an intimate performance. Better In Space EP is available now. 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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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.
Julia Kwon is a Korean American artist working with textiles. Her work explores the objectification of Asiatic female bodies and the complexities of constructing identity within the context of globalism, cultural hybridity and intersectionality. Throughout the conversation we talk about Julia’s face mask project titled Unapologetically Asian. For additional resources on how to help Asian communities, click here All images courtesy of the artist
The video documents the frontman's life and his experience going through a huge & relatable life change.
Biden's American Families Plan is the kind of universal relief people need. But leaving out healthcare measures is a mistake.
Ryan Devereaux on Title 42 and Biden’s continuation of Trump’s policies. Also, how the international intellectual property rights regime is leading to a catastrophe in India. photo courtesy of Fibonacci Blue via Wikimedia Commons
MJ Knefel explains why organizations co-opting progressive language does not eliminate the power behind the movements the language represents. And that more important than critiquing the use of language, is protecting the people who are actually being targeted by the corporations presenting themselves as “woke.”
Sasha And The Valentines is a dream-pop band based in Austin, TX, whose debut full-length just dropped, full of sweet and hazy pop gems. Here, Sarah Addi (voice, keys, drum machine) is joined by JB Bergin on Violin in a perfect outdoor setting for this super sweet performance. So You Think You Found Love is available now from Oof Records. Listen to the audio podcast for more music and interview.
In this episode, rapper Thunny Brown takes it to Brownsville for a raw performance!
On today’s episodes of BTR Live Studio at Home, London based electro pop artist GracieSouz, stops by to unveil the new solo project. The project began as a bedroom experiment during the London lockdown and boomed into so much more. The project has dark brooding cinematic tones. Grace is also associated with Indie Rock group Kin. Jen discusses with Grace the sound of the new project, her writing process, the making of the two new music videos for the singles Brian Cox and Before, An Apparition, and the influence of outer space on the project.
Tracks by Grave Flowers Bongo Band, Snake Lips, Sacred Shrines, JayWood, Sunny War and more!
It seems like the more we say stop! Wake up! Quit the hate and violence against all people! It just continues to go on, but we all know, no matter what you say or do there will always be some people who will never get it. There are some people out there in the world who love drama, trouble and hurting people. Some of the toughest punishment that could exist would never deter some to quit the stupidity & negativity. But around here, we're staying positive!!! Let the victims know they are not alone, and we're all in this together. Keep up the fight. While we're here, let’s make time to feel great with some good music too. Let's go! Relax and enjoy!
Electronica via Basto, Iceman Dee, Danny Fervent, Cristian Fuentes, Diplo, Natan Ant, Greck B help you work towards crushing your goals!
We're checking in with Mike Park of Asian Man Records as the label celebrates 25 years of releasing music covering genres from ska and punk to indie rock, jazz, and more! We also talk about Mike's new video series and his Degrassi Junior High podcast. You can purchase a copy of the new single from The Bruce Lee Band (which kicks off this show!) to help support stopaapihate.org.                                        
A dark narrative and brutal account of opiate addiction and inquisition into the pursuit of happiness.