Bryan Bruchman
Bryan has been blogging about, photographing, and making music for the better part of two decades. As a Senior Video Producer on the BTRtv video team, he works closely with artists, labels, and the music industry at large to bring the best new music to the masses. He's got lots of stories.

Since November 2016, he's been producing a podcast on BTRtoday called The Subliminal Inevitable Show. From 2016 until 2019, he was co-host of the long-running podcast, The Music Digest, and he's been solo producer of the show since 2019.
Featured Posts
Erika Wennerstrom’s name might be new to some, but many will know her voice as the focal point of the popular Cincinnati rock band Heartless Bastards. With her first proper solo effort,…
As we round the corner in the into the final quarter of the first 100 episodes of the show, we welcome Mike Mehalick of Good Eye Records (and Speak Into My Good Eye) to talk us through the genesis of…
Cat lovers of the world, unite and take over (Asbury Park, NJ)!
Recent Posts
Sad13 returns to BTR Live Studio (listen to their 2017 appearance), this time in solo form, from Sadie Dupuis’ home in Philadelphia. Sadie recorded an exclusive performance of the song “With Baby” from the new record, Haunted Painting, and we chat about the new record, Speedy Ortiz, local beaches, the band sElf, and aliens. It’s pretty much the best conversation ever. The music heard in the background of this episode is from Sad13’s album, Haunted Painting, out now from Wax Nine.
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, and a fun chat covering the record, growing a garden, Tik Tok, and more. Watch Cartalk’s exclusive performance of “Las Manos” here!
She’s gorgeous, her flow is pretty and her style is one of a kind. Her name is Drop D, she’s one of my favorite MCs to date, and she’s talking to the one and only Crazy DJ Bazarro. She’s smooth and cool on the camera and the same way on the mic – she can murder you in her soft verse. Originally from LA, she can roll with the best. Listen up for our interview and an exclusive performance recorded at home. Watch Drop D’s exclusive performance of “Let’s Do This/F.I.T.H.” here!
Basic Bitches is a noisey duo from Brooklyn that features Naomi Scott on guitar and Krystal Grow on drums. Although Naomi started the band back in 2014 while she was still living in London, she didn’t start playing music with Krystal until 2018 for a White Stripes cover show, the rest as they say, is history. For this episode, Naomi and Krystal join us from home with their cats for a very special performance. Relatable Content is available now. Watch our previous video for Basic Bitches’ ,” Lesbian Space Drama”, and listen to the audio podcast for more music and interview.
Following up on last week’s interview with Michael Cormier and Frank Meadows of Dear Life Records, here’s an extended look at their catalog, focusing on some of the longer, live, and atmospheric tracks they’ve put out thus far.
Sammi Lanzetta released her debut LP Ceiling Mirror last fall on 6131 Records, and like many musicians with a fresh release she was expecting to spend most of 2020 on tour promoting it. Of course, that didn’t happen. In this episode of BTR Live Studio at Home, Lanzetta delivers an intimate solo performance from her NYC fire escape. Ceiling Mirror is available now from 6131 Records.