Delilia Black is a queer Haitian musician and performance artist originally from Port Au Prince, but now based in London. While hopping among genres, the music could be called Alt-Americana or as Delila puts it: “Electro-Mountain, Country-Noire, Punk-Country, Afro-Billy, Roots-Rodeo-Rocknroll.” This podcast is produced by Stereoactive Media.
A look at the cautious optimism of the first few days of the Biden administration, and a check in on schools as Chicago teachers vote to refuse to return. COVID-19 School closure sign in Williamsport, PA photo courtesy of Brinacor via Wikimedia Commons
The Georgia representative’s idiocy might serve as a prototype for Republican lawmakers in the post-Trump era.
Despite experiencing traumatic events, Jennifer has always brushed them off. It was only when Jennifer finally spoke about what happened to her that she realized they affected her a lot more than she thought.
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"I hope it reminds the listener of their own pets or person they just can’t wait to get home to see," Family Dinner frontwoman says.
Trump may be gone, but he’s left lots of power-hungry sycophants & family members in his wake.
Sometimes you just have to embrace your anxieties—why not do it with this new shimmering track?
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...

Maggie shares some of the ups and downs of parenting during the pandemic and acknowledges that even while their family’s basic needs were always met, there has been a lot to balance over the last 10 months.
Stephen detais his experience of contracting the coronavirus back in late February/early March of 2020, before lockdowns shut NYC down. He also shares how the busy Brooklyn music scene he’s a part of may have helped to spread it among his friends before people knew how serious the pandemic would turn out to be–and perhaps already was, in retrospect–along with his thoughts on the response to the crisis and how, while hard to live through, it’s confirmed why he loves the city. 1st Person is presented by Urban Outfitters. Music featured in the episode: "Featherweight" by Fleet Foxes
John Knefel comments on the inadequate rollout of the COVID-19 vaccine.
Marco Rubio's laughable gripe about the fears of 75 million Americans is a Republican media shtick.
Trump slinks away as his impeachment trial looms. Biden hits the ground runnings with executive orders and a pandemic plan. Plus music by The Electric Grandmother and Comfy.
MC WhiteOwl is a rapper, DJ, and producer from the Bronx. In this episode, he takes us into the studio to see his 3 decades of skills in action!
Cartalk is the project of LA-based musician Chuck Moore. They’ve been an integral part of a lively scene of bands and musicians there for the past couple of years, and have just emerged with a spectacular debut album that blends indie rock, americana, and punk in a brilliant way. Here, Chuck joins us from their home to share an intimate, solo look at some of that music. Pass Like Pollen is out now from Anxiety Blanket. Check out the video for "Las Manos" and listen to the audio podcast for more music and interview.
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. Listen to the audio podcast for more music and interview.
Celebrate the end of that nasty Cheeto in office, but don't forget we're still fighting injustice—use these new tunes to keep you fired up.
Double shots all show with all different styles of reggae represented from start to finish.  Let's go!!!!!!
Yeah! Whenever you get rid of negative in your life, just yell "It's Overrrrrrr!" LOL. How you doing out there on the battle front? Yes, the madness continues, but we have to fight everyday. That's why music is a great cure for this virus thing called Covid. It helps the day fly by and calm your nerves, and hopefully one day, this whole mess will be over with. In the mean time, let's rock to some good ole World Hip Hop sounds.
Today features music from Saga, Visionaries, Greenlights Music, and more.
Electro via Andrea Lane, Tommy Saha, Vlada Asanin, Sebastian Park! Take your sweat session to the next level w/ How We Party by Julius Arth!
Did you ever achieve sports glory? Me neither. So live vicariously through our performers this month as they regale us with such past triumphs as getting promoted to assistant bat boy, coaching a losing youth volleyball team, and pooping in a McDonald’s bag to get back at a crosstown rival. We only find the classiest storytellers for you!