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Her newest album ‘Monthly Friend’ (out 5/28) is filled with feminist undertones.
It's finally time to enjoy some nice weather, so press play and get vaccinated!
A Day Without Love is the musical project of Philadelphia-based artist Brian Walker, operating under the mantra of “Telling the truth through pain and storytelling.” Besides writing and performing music, Brian creates podcasts, is active on social media, and has a documentary film in the works. His catalog of releases runs deep, and is pretty varied stylistically, though often leaning towards acoustic indie folk with hints of punk experimentation. Here, A Day Without Love delivers a raw, solo performance for BTR Live Studio at Home. Mega Jawn is the latest release from A Day Without Love. Listen to the audio podcast for more music and interview. In addition to the links below, you can support A Day Without Love on Patreon.
Beau Jennings is a songwriter based in Norman, Oklahoma, whose career brought him to Brooklyn to lead the band Cheyenne, before shifting focus to work under his own name. Here, he performs a raw, intimate selection from his home, for BTR Live Studio at Home.
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.
Turn up the volume and get ready to hear a killer playlist of brand-spankin' new songs!
Mel Fine is a non-binary singer/songwriter based in Boston, Massachusetts. Their single “In Between,” which served as their coming out announcement, was released in January. [youtubelg]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OctN0CvEbHI[/youtubelg] This podcast is produced by Stereoactive Media.
“I think that I’m just adding a little color to a picture that’s been started a long time ago,” she says.
Chicago-based singer-songwriter Elizabeth Moen joins us for an intimate solo performance, showcasing some of the music off her new EP, Creature Of Habit.
This week I chat politics & music w/ Kentucky's very own S.G. Goodman with her old-school country vibe & fresh Americana sound.
Pearl Charles returns to BTR Live Studio – this time from her home in scenic California – for a stripped-down performance of a song from her excellent new album. Magic Mirror is available now from Kanine Records. Listen to the audio podcast for more music and interview.
This is the kind of track where you should lay down in a meadow and let all your worries just melt away.
Faith & Majesty are a Florida-based folk singer-songwriter duo who work in healthcare. For this episode, they join us for a raw, acoustic performance of some of their tunes! Premise is available now. Listen to the audio podcast for more music and interview.
Sunny War is a folk/punk musician based in Los Angeles whose smooth voice and mesmerizing fingerstyle guitar playing makes for a fresh sound. Here, she’s joined by her bandmate, bassist/vocalist Aroyn Davis, for an exclusive, stripped-down, intimate performance for BTR Live Studio at Home, produced with the help of Harlan and Randi Steinberger at Hen House Studios. Simple Syrup is available now. Listen to the audio podcast for more music and interview.
Here are some albums we're REALLY looking forward to this spring & you should be too.
Soul Honey Records is the ever-evolving musical project of Chicago's Andrew Christopoulos. Joined by a rotating cast of friends, the project has grown organically over the past few years, with singles leading up to an impending collection. Here, Andrew is joined by frequent collaborator, Sean Burke, for a rich and intimate performance, filmed by Nick Langlois at Christopoulos' home studio. Soul Honey Singles Vol. 1 will be released this Summer. Listen to the audio podcast for more music and interview.
Frànçois Marry has been developing Frànçois & The Atlas Mountains since its beginnings as a band, to its current form as a nomadic, “very European” project. For this special performance, Frànçois is joined by Rachida & Manar in a cozy, intimate rendition of the song “Julie,” with the chorus in Arabic. Banane Bleue is available now from Domino Records. Listen to the audio podcast for more music and interview.
Brian Henneman retires from The Bottle Rockets. We celebrate the band's career. Plus, the future of Alt-Country is in the mix as well.
Her recent LP ‘Dark River’ blossomed from “self-work” & “a lot of time spent alone.”
This week I chat with solo artist Lydia Luce & listen to her newest album 'Dark River'—tune in!
Mackenzie Shivers is a NYC based independent singer/songwriter. Her latest album, Rejection Letter, will be out on April 2nd. This podcast is produced by Stereoactive Media.
In this song, even during a pandemic 'Romeo & Juliet'-level romance and heartbreak is possible.
Jonas Carping is joined by Sigrid Carping for a serene, chilly, acoustic outdoor performance from Sweden for this very special episode of BTR Live Studio at Home!
Sam Burton is an indie folk songwriter from Salt Lake City, now living in LA. On the occasion of his debut full length record’s release, he joins us here for an exclusive performance from that record!
This video shows that sometimes getting lost in your thoughts can feel just as real as getting lost in real life.
The new music in 2021 is already coming in hot. Plus, as always... I miss things so some more new to me tunes from 2020 in the mix as well. 
A powerful tune that sings an "ironic offering" of thoughts immigrants had when first traveling to the shores of America.
An epic and sweet indie/folk track that anyone with a heart can relate to.
Delilia Black is a queer Haitian musician and performance artist originally from Port Au Prince, but now based in London. While hopping among genres, the music could be called Alt-Americana or as Delila puts it: “Electro-Mountain, Country-Noire, Punk-Country, Afro-Billy, Roots-Rodeo-Rocknroll.” This podcast is produced by Stereoactive Media.
Catch a chat w/ Jocelyn Mackenzie AND an exclusive preview to her debut album 'PUSH.'
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.
These artists got us through one of the craziest years of our lifetime. Click to hear some of Emily’s favorite tracks from 2020.
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.
Melbourne, Australia-based musician Alexander Biggs writes honest, smart songs with a warm and gentle style that we instantly fell for on first listen. He dropped by Serious Business Music in Brooklyn for this intimate session! “Miserable” is available now. Check out the video for "Madeleine" and listen to the audio podcast for more music and interview.