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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
Call Me Spinster is a Chattanooga, TN-based sister trio of Rosie, Rachel, and Amelia. In this episode, the band delivers a stunning live performance, featuring new band members Alfredo and, of course, Maggie The Dog.
Call Me Spinster is a Chattanooga, TN-based sister trio. In this episode, the band delivers a stunning live performance, and talks a bit about how they found themselves together in TN, the band's beginnings, their album, and the future.
Human Sounds Records is an Atlanta, Georgia-based label launched in 2014 by Josh Andrews. Here, we take a deep dive into the label's beginnings and releases with a great conversation covering tape releases, the importance of YouTube for labels and artists, and how to grow organically as a label.
Juliet Quick is a Hudson Valley-born, Brooklyn-based singer-songwriter whose work reflects on climate terror, misogyny, self-interrogation, and holding on to hope. Here, she shares an intimate look at her music, performed exclusively for BTR Live Studio At Home, along with chat about her record, songwriting, and inspiration.
Juliet Quick is a Hudson Valley-born, Brooklyn-based singer-songwriter whose work reflects on climate terror, misogyny, self-interrogation, and holding on to hope. Here, she shares an intimate look at her music, performed exclusively for BTR Live Studio At Home. Glass Years EP is available now from Substitute Scene Records. Listen to the audio podcast for more music and interview.
As we cruise thru Spring and head towards what's looking to be a Summer filled with music, let's stop to check out some new singles and album tracks from new names and recently-discovered artists like Snake Lips, Squirrel Flower, Pet Fox, and others who don't have animal-related names! Plus, the long-awaited return of the Matt Sweeney and Bonnie "Prince" Billy's much-loved collaboration.