Parker Thornton is an artist and writer who lives and works in Atlanta, GA. She earned her BA in English Literature and Studio Art from Oglethorpe University in 2013 and her MFA in Photography from Georgia State University in 2020. Her practice ranges from lens-based media to sculpture, writing, and performance. She has exhibited work nationally at Whitespace, Historic Oakland Cemetery, and SOUP Experimental. Parker was the 2020 winner of the Andrew M. West Scholarship at Georgia State University. In 2019, she was an artist in residence at Burren College of Art in Ballyvaughan, Ireland. That year she was also granted a scholarship to attend Anderson Ranch Art Center, and won Best in Show at Day and Night Projects. All images courtesy of the artist Skinned Boulder. Latex, moss, camel hair, 2019. Body Of. Rendered animal fat, birdseed. 5” x 4” x 9”. 2020. Defrosting a Chicken. Archival inkjet print. 13" x 19". 2019. Skinned Tree (Flesh side, detail). Latex, ivy. 2019. Skinned Tree (Bark side, detail). Latex. 2019.
A slightly belated celebration of International Women's Day with a very female heavy playlist.
Cable news hosts and Democratic Party bosses loved him as a foil to Trump. But now that Trump is gone, Cuomo's usefulness has all but dried up.
Jill Townsend is a Nashville-based musician whose solo project, Fetching Pails, released its debut record a year ago. Here, she delivers an incredible solo performance exclusively for BTR Live Studio at Home.
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Born & raised in New York but now based in Denmark, these rockers stay true to their roots.
Plus stupid cancel culture wars, author interviews, low-energy Trump, and more.
New HostWelcome Cori!

Veteran of the jam music scene, Cori Kidney, is joining BTRtoday as the new host of the long-running Jam Session podcast! Hear her first episode by clicking any of the images above...

Journalist Ryan Cooper on NY Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s recent troubles. Lee Isaac Chung’s film, ‘Minari.’ Plus music from T.V.O.D. and Kaz Mirblouk.
Molly Knefel shares her thoughts on the Biden Administration’s plans to reopen K-12 schools across the country and why returning to the pre-COVID status quo should be avoided.
States rushing to reopen now feels a bit like starting your end zone dance at the 20-yard line.
Workers relying on UI should end up with more money over time—still, the question begs: Why can't we demand more?
Tasked with a clear mandate from more than 81 million people who voted for him, Biden & co. are clanging one open layup after another.
Kaz Mirblouk is a musician based in Los Angeles, filtering shoegaze and psych rock through bedroom indie rock via extensive solo production and collaborations. Following the release of his new record, he joins us for an exclusive performance here on BTR Live Studio at Home, joined by collaborator Louis Cohen. Careless by Contrast is available now from Mock Records. Listen to the audio podcast for more music and interview.
While working at a summer camp, Jeff invented a game that became popular amongst the kids. Upsetting the “bros” in charge of sports at the camp was an unexpected benefit.
Television Overdose (T.V.O.D.) is a disco-punk band from Brooklyn. Here they tear through their music in an exclusive performance direct from Ridgewood, Queens.
Electronica via BLINKBASS, Wade, Martin Garrix, SRO, Michael Calfan, INNA, le Shuuk, MOTi, Enlery help you work towards crushing your goals!
Another crazy one this week! Featuring new tracks from Mouse On Mars, Cristian Vogel, Galcid and way more! So let's get it; this is glitch//idm!!!
This week we chat with Human Growth—a gritty and raw rock 'n' roll band based in Copenhagen, Denmark & spin their debut album 'Reflex.' 
Here comes another episode of The Music Digest, loaded with new singles and a few album tracks to treat your ears. Join us for new music from The Natvral, Mia Joy, Divine Sweater, Pardoner, Remember Sports, Mouth Washington, Sasha and the Valentines, and more!
If you're hiking or biking this Spring... we've got the mix for you.
New music with satisfaction guaranteed that’s featuring Jam Session debuts by Eggy, Giant Walking Robots, Moon Taxi and more. Bassist’s Karina Rykman brings us along to the “Dirty South” with her instrumental single from last Fall.