It's time to recuperate from a now LEGAL IN NYC 4-20 holiday w/ some brand new tunes.
Happy post 4/20!  Ganja tunes and herb appreciation all show, as we come down from a cloudy haze with some sweet reggae tunes.
As public sentiment has shifted on legal weed, policy has shifted along with it. But there's still a ways to go.
Dena works as a sexual health educator in New York City. She recounts a time when a student came to her for counseling on how to terminate an unwanted pregnancy.
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The BTRtv team has has 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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These fun & chill songs came out just in time for you to have a great high this weed holiday.
As his approval ratings hover in the high 50s, Republicans are beginning to acknowledge that Biden is too moderate to paint as radical.
Some are political, some are just plain dumb. But all get at the sense of general relief that we might finally be near the end of this thing.
While COVID-19 forced most K-12 schools across the country to adopt some alternative method of instruction over the last year, many are hopeful for the fall and what that means for in-person instruction. MJ Knefel addresses the fact that in many ways, schools operating in the same way they did before the pandemic is not desirable.
As the number of Americans who are fully vaccinated against COVID-19 continues to rise, there is still a lot of media focus on vaccine hesitancy, and the communities who won’t be getting the vaccine right away. MJ Knefel comments on why access to vaccines, and removing barriers to medical care, should be a more pressing issue.
Framing necessary spending as "expansion of government" isn't just dumb, it's disingenuous.
Cancelling student loan debt is on the Biden administration's docket, but numbers, timelines, and details are still up in the air.
A Very Special Episode is a New York City post-punk band featuring Kasey Heisler (vocals, bass), Patrick Porter (guitar), and Chayse Schutter (drums).
Erin Frisby is a Washington, DC-based songwriter who performs in the band The OSYX. Here, she shares a solo acoustic performance of some of her own project’s music.
Brooklyn indie punk band LAPÊCHE returns to BTR Live Studio as they release their latest J. Robbins-co-produced full length record, with a fantastic live performance recorded at Red Panda Recording in Brooklyn.
Stop the ignorance and violence. Control your emotions. Relax yourself and get some knowledge about everything. The world you live in is not all about you. Respect people's space. On that note, let’s get to the music and let's all enjoy!!
Today features music from Stalley, Bumpy Knuckles, Justo The MC & DK, Tef, and more.
Electro via House Rockerz, Roxe, Maddy V! Take your sweat session to the next level w/ Safe & Sound by Esh, Huts, LUNAX, Mary Jensen!
Specialist and Tru-Skool have influenced many a bhangra producer, as evident in the DJ Frenzy’s track with Raf-Saperra. The beyond section features tracks for the compilation, Inquilab, which features music written, performed, composed and produced by South Asian women, trans, nonbinary and/or gender fluid sonic artists. From the Subcontinent to the diaspora across the globe, these artists span across genres and fields in the music industry: film scoring, spoken word, lo-fi, electronica, pop, vocals, carnatic fusion, jazz, hip-hop, R&B, sound design, EDM, etc.
On today's episode of BTR Live Studio at Home, Brooklyn rock trio, A Very Special Episode  stops by and plays some of their new tunes. Jen discusses with Patrick, Kasey, and Chayse the band's songwriting process, the completion of their new album, and life during quarantine.  
Today’s show features music from Wounded Buffalo Beats, Montener The Menace, Kool Taj The Gr8, and more.