It’s our regularly scheduled week off from the record label features, and time to catch up on some excellent new music and favorites from the past few months! Get into new songs from Airpark, DUDS, Emily Haines, Son Little, and more!
We have a music heavy episode this time, including new tracks from The New Restaurants, who are celebrating the release of a new website (‘cause that’s how they do), and Lomelda, who has a new album out. Both have release shows coming up. Also, we have plenty more music from artists playing around NYC/Brooklyn in late September.
Double Double Whammy grew out of the SUNY Purchase music scene into the awesome musical behemoth that it is these days. You’ve heard a number of these artists regularly here on the Sub-Inev show, but in this episode we get a proper introduction to the current roster and latest releases. Get into it!
Dr. Charis Kubrin joins the show to discuss her recent report exploring the link between immigration and crime, why crime rates are lower in immigrant communities, and why immigrants are persistently blamed for crime in America.
This week we head to California to take a look at the Thee Oh Sees-centric label, Castle Face Records, including a brand new release from Dream Machine. In the second half of the show, we get into new stuff from No Vacation, Land Of Talk, Public Service Broadcasting, and so much more!
This week we take a break from the record label feature to catch up on some new releases from Sneaks, Sean Rowe, The Spirit of the Beehive, and much, much more!
We are always looking for new record labels to check out and feature here – feel free to reach out on Twitter to share links for consideration at @subinev!
This week we take a look at Friendship Fever Records, the new label from the people previously behind Park The Van! Once we get acquainted with some of their artists – DEEP STATE, minihorse, Wilding, and the rest, we dive into some more new music from Jay Som, Animal Collective, Sinkane, and more!
This week, we welcome a very special guest: BTRtoday’s very own Elena Childers! Elena produces New Vibrations, writes Nightshift Sounds, and writes and produces The Music Meetup (both a podcast and a column). Listen along to see if she lives up to her rep as a “cool girl” and to hear whether we “win the episode” or not. Spoiler alert: she does and we do!
Note: Weird Omen, heard in this episode, will also be featured in the Music Meetup podcast/column, this coming week, so make sure to check back for that!
Today is a joint interview with myself and Zach Schepis, host of the BTR podcast Third Eye Weekly, with Carol Robles-Roman, president and CEO of Legal Momentum. It’s the largest legal organization dedicated to protecting women’s and rights and we’ll be talking about her forecasts for the coming years under such a conservative administration as well as Legal Momentum’s latest lawsuit against Backpage.com.
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