Cooking, life check-ins, and what’s going on with the Chipotle wage and burrito bowl debate. photo courtesy of John Knefel
Republicans argued against the bill, which would revamp the American electoral system, by trotting out some arguments that could've been made 60—or even 160—years ago.
During her freshman year at university, Natasha was aimless. Her major in Economics and Politics didn’t excite her and she wanted to work in a more creative field, so she joined the student newspaper and wrote an article that earned her an award. She shares how that success gave her the confidence to pursue a career in journalism. 1st Person is presented by Urban Outfitters. Music featured in the episode: "Only You" by Anemone
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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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By ducking Sam Seder again—this time on video—Crowder imploded the very premise of his online persona.
The title track from their upcoming album, this song will have you reevaluating what you thought was true.
It turns out doing a de facto Trump imitation will improve your GOP polling numbers.
‘In The Heights’ transposes the staged depiction of Washington Heights to the big screen. Stories from the pandemic and protests. Plus music by Alex Lleo and Ifeanyi Elswith.
John Knefel refutes the current claims that there is a shortage of workers in the United States and offers the reality that there are fewer workers who are willing to work in poor conditions for inadequate pay.
With one signature and explicatory tweet, the Texas governor laid bare conservatives' warped views on liberty.
It's not like Johnson cares about sounding dumb. The more scary buzzwords you hit, the better. 
Data on how the stimulus helped people out of poverty, Mare of Easttown can't brake out of the carceral framework of police procedurals, and listener mail. Photo courtesy of The White House via Wikimedia Commons
Milly is the project of Brendan Dyer, Spencer Light, Yarden Erez, and Zach Capitti Fenton. Here, the mainly Los Angeles-based band delivers a strong performance recorded live at Brooklyn venue Baby’s All Right, recorded upon the release of their EP earlier this Spring.
Hollyy is a refreshing retro-soul garage rock band from Chicago. Here, they deliver a stunning live performance - captured at Fort Knox Studios in September 2020 - featuring music from their debut EP.
Ifeanyi Elswith is a contemporary R&B/hip-hop vocal artist from Avalon Park, Chicago, who can not only be found singing backup for the likes of Wyatt Waddell, but is now also producing music under her own name. In this episode, she performs music from her 2020 debut, Everything Festyle, with a full band (including Waddell on bass), recorded live at Senses To Soul School Of Music. Everything Festyle is available now from Rosebud Allday Listen to the audio podcast for more music and interview.
Birthdays, Father's Day's, it has me reflecting on life and how gratitude is so necessary.  Time moves quick, spend it with family, friends and with good music to get you through.  Another year, another reggae show! Let's do it!
Sometimes we can be talking right to somebodies face and see they're not listening at all. Directly in the eye, yet their mind is already thinking about something else. In this fast pace world, listening to someone or not paying attention leads to all sorts of miscommunication. We don’t take the time to breathe, concentrate and just listen. Today, focus on listening to this dope podcast brought to you by no other than BTRtoday and Crazy Dj Bazarro. Let’s go and listen!
Today features music from Whichcraft x Dead Poetz Society, Eleven & Jason D, Jacques Retro, and more.
Electro via MOGUAI, Kyle Meehan, Kai Gilberg, NivéK, ZHIKO! Take your sweat session to the next level w ‘Down For The Ride’ by Italobrothers.
Summer classic by birthday boy Roack Killa with Bilal Saeed on a current dance floor jam in the Bhangra set. For the beyond segment, the range of Talal Qureshi is displayed via two very distinct tracks, plus a show favorite from Van City’s Khanvict.
Milly is the project of Brendan Dyer, Spencer Light , Yarden Erez, and Zach Capitti Fenton. Here, the LA-based band (some members are East Coast based), delivers a strong performance recorded live at Brooklyn venue Babys All Right upon the release of their EP earlier this Spring, and I catch up with Brendan to talk about the band's development, their songwriting process, making music videos, and what's happening for the band right now.