Today features an interview with Frank Knight & Chuck LaWayne.
Electro via N-Chased, Jordan Grace, Obo Frank, Dubdogz, Zafrir, Asco! Take your sweat session to the next level w/ YAMA by WYKO & Marnage!
The California Senator’s latest quote has sparked renewed calls for her to step down.
Electric Grandmother is the DC-based duo Pete and Mary Alice, making hilariously surreal post-modern music that they affectionately call “Sitcom-Core.” Here, they join us from their home to perform their song about an intense Reagan-era tale of intrigue. Relaunch is available now. Listen to the audio podcast for more music and interview.
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He’s been making sultry tunes since the ‘50s & if you don’t know about him, it’s time you learned.
When you get impeached twice in three years, you’re gonna be the butt of some jokes.
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...

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.
We spend the hour on the disastrous vaccine rollout.
Certain election defeat for Trump fueled armed insurrection. Meanwhile, Dems will now hold both chambers of Congress along with the White House. Plus music by Erin Frisy and Gold Connections.
Trump’s Georgia might’ve been his final public display of pathetic conspiracy peddling garbage.
Drop D is an MC with an impressive flow – her soft vocals and smooth grooves sneak in and deliver hard lyrics. Here, she delivers a great, intimate performance recorded live at home.
Sanya N’Kanta is a Jamaican-born musician currently based in Charlotte, NC who writes, performs, and produces songs with a wide range of musical influences and styles. Here, he shares an exclusive, stripped-down performance of a song from his new EP. These Are The Days will be released February 12, 2021. Listen to the audio podcast for more music and interview.
John Knefel explains why Biden’s reactionary suggestion to pass a new domestic terror law is unnecessary and how this law could do more harm than good.
DJ Rekha revisits their mix tape capturing hits from the mid 2000s from producers Panjabi MC, Dr. Zeus and DJ Sanj. Plus, a new track from Twinbeatz and a classic collaboration from Bally Sagoo and Qawali Master Nustrat Fateh Ali Khan.
On today’s episode of BTR Live Studio at Home, satirical synth duo Electric Grandmother stop by. Pete and Mary Alice discuss the process of creating “Space Phone”, remembering the days of calling each other over the car phone, and the process of turning it into a stop action music video.
Today’s show features music features Kool Taj The Gr8, Frank Knight, L-Biz & Castle Money Beats, and more.
Hyun Jung Ahn is a Korean painter who creates work that investigates personal connection through enigmatic, abstract forms. Ahn earned her first MFA from Duk-Sung Women’s University, Seoul in 2013 and she received her second MFA in painting and drawing from Pratt Institute in 2017. Ahn’s work has been exhibited internationally in Seoul, Tuscany, Miami, San Francisco, and New York City. She participated in residencies including Studio in Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art and Vermont Studio Center. Ahn currently lives and works in Brooklyn, New York. All images courtesy of the artist
The inauguration of a new administration in the United States is upon us and that’s kind of exciting. It’s not exactly the same excitement as a kid on Christmas, but still, I’m looking forward to the change. Lots of music, a block of tunes dedicated to my kids and a shout out to Broken Baby for sharing their track (via Twitter) so that I may share it with all of you. Check out the video for “Manic Panic” also. As mentioned, a follow up list of accounts to follow on insta. Make your scrolling a little more worthy of your time! You can see my original list here. The Conscious Lee Anti-Racism Daily Check Your Privilege The Female Lead So You Want To Talk About …
Electronica via Raluka, Mose UK, Marco Bartolucci, Supernova, DJ Nuck, Colour Castle, Symanth help you work towards crushing your goals!