Manny Nomikos on the roles of identity and the pandemic in his music. Plus a discussion of the Paul Greengrass/Tom Hanks movie, ‘New of the World.’ And music by Veronica Bianqui & LAPÊCHE.
Fly across NYC and experience an emotional ride that's utterly relatable with "Sleep Well" and "Friend."
Turn up the volume and get ready to hear a killer playlist of brand-spankin' new songs!
This week I feature Dutch rockers Queen's Pleasure—we chat & spin their newest EP 'Panic From Dublin' along w/ a past seven-inch. 
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][/youtubelg] This podcast is produced by Stereoactive Media.
This week we get political but in a fun dance-y way! Get enlightened while finding you're new favorite song to dance to. 
Get ready to bow down, because this sh!t will have you rapping along like loyal subjects.
“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.
April Fools Day might be tomorrow, but this is no prank—we've got TONS of KILLER new tunes you gotta listen to. 
This is the kind of track where you should lay down in a meadow and let all your worries just melt away.
This week we chat w/Oceanator about pandemic life, music-making—past, present, & future—& spin her 2020 album 'Things I Never Said.'
NYC musician Elise Okusami has been rockin’ out since she was nine & has no plans of slowing down.
Here are some albums we're REALLY looking forward to this spring & you should be too.
If you hate Mondays, despise 9-to-5 jobs, & just wanna curl up w/ a good lasagna & a Ramones album, then this song is for you.
This week we start off dance-y and end on a calm note. We're SO ready for warmer weather. Hope everyone is staying safe out there!
Louise uses her sweet yet melancholic vocals to make raising a giant moss-man look easy.
KIN is a London-based atmospheric indie pop trio who blend groovy electronics with sweet guitar riffs. Here, two-thirds of the band (Adam Collier and Grace Strickland de Souza) deliver an intimate, exclusive acoustic performance just as the rain starts to fall. “L.O.V.E.” is the latest single available from KIN. Check out the video for "Wander & Lost" and listen to the audio podcast for more music and interview.
This week we chat with Canadian indie rock artist Jeen O-Brien aka JEEN.
The Canadian musician is excited to get back in the music scene groove, but is also wary.
Kick off your spring by with this playlist from female musicians who've been featured on The Music Meetup.
A playlist of songs perfect to kick off your spring by female musicians who've been featured on The Music Meetup.
A song that sounds straight out of a dream diary—feel both relax and empowered with this song.
Aliah Sheffield is the singer/songwriter also known as Nikkie Aliah. Her song, “Earth is Ghetto,” recently went viral and she chatted with Nikkiesha about what led her to her viral moment, her musical inspirations, and what she hopes and plans to do next… oh, and tequila. This podcast is produced by Stereoactive Media.
So much new music that I KNOW you'll love! We're in the middle of fake spring here in NYC, so enjoy the sun while you can with these new tracks! Also, here's the link to the three-legged husky I'm fostering if any of yinz are interested in adopting. Tune in! xoxo
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.
It may feel like the apocalypse out there, but let this garage/pop rock song assure you that it's survivable.
Her recent LP ‘Dark River’ blossomed from “self-work” & “a lot of time spent alone.”
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.
Little did she know ‘Live & Alone in NY’ was to be her last live performance before COVID-19 hit.
A chat with Anya Marina & listen to the live recording of her show in NYC for her newest album.
A dark and grey video that feels spooky, but actually represents the beauty of friendship.
Lindsay Reamer is a Philadelphia-based artist who started writing and producing over the past year. Here, she delivers a cozy, solo performance of music from her debut EP, Lucky. Lucky EP will be released February 26, 2021 from Dear Life Records. Listen to the audio podcast for more music and interview.
It's been a tense recent past, and the future is feeling the same—take an early listen to this new EP to soothe you into 2021.
So pumped for all the bands coming out with new music this year! What would we do without them?? 
This week I spin new and old tracks from Francis of Delirium and chat with frontwoman Jana Bahrich!
Their upcoming EP stays true to their gritty garage sound, but gets melodically poppy.
Bruisey Peets is the brainchild of Ben Usie, formerly of Pree and Br'er. The experimental indie bedroom pop project gathered to deliver an intimate, moody performance for BTR Live Studio at Home. To Make At Last Love Last will be released soon from Y’allstar Records. Listen to the audio podcast for more music and interview.
The Queer Songbook Orchestra is a 13-piece chamber pop ensemble based in Toronto that focuses on surfacing queer narratives in pop music. They released “Medicine for Melancholy” with Bonjay in November of last year. Nikkiesha spoke with Stephen Jackman-Torkoff, a poet in the group in mid-January. This podcast is produced by Stereoactive Media.
This video shows that sometimes getting lost in your thoughts can feel just as real as getting lost in real life.
This week we've got lots of tracks from upcoming albums, so keep tabs on these artists!
Goodbyes are hard, but you have to let your past-self go in order to welcome the new blossoming you—this song explains that.
Turns out a trippy halftime show during a dystopian pandemic Super Bowl is perfect fodder for social media jokes. Who would've thought?
We know the holiday is cheesy, but we're desperate for any reason to celebrate love this year—why not do it with cool tunes?
We know the holiday is cheesy, but we're desperate for any reason to celebrate love this year—why not do it with cool tunes?
Like always, I've got a playlist of amazing brand new songs you're gonna become OBSESSED with!
From floors almost collapsing, to being backstage with Alicia Keys, Black Haüs is destined for big things.
This week I chat with Black Haüs, a four-piece band based in Greensboro, North Carolina.
Washington, DC-based musician Tommy Sherrod, of Lotion Princess, Sean Barna Band, and the Sherrod Brothers, brings his new solo project to BTR Live Studio at Home for an exclusive, solo artist-as-full band, virtual experience! “Day By Day” is available now. Listen to the audio podcast for more music and interview.
An epic and sweet indie/folk track that anyone with a heart can relate to.
Celebrate the end of that nasty Cheeto in office, but don't forget we're still fighting injustice—use these new tunes to keep you fired up.
"I hope it reminds the listener of their own pets or person they just can’t wait to get home to see," Family Dinner frontwoman says.
Sometimes you just have to embrace your anxieties—why not do it with this new shimmering track?
Catch a chat w/ Jocelyn Mackenzie AND an exclusive preview to her debut album 'PUSH.'
This week we've got a beautiful hodgepodge of brand new racks—so, tune in!
There's nothing like a little spin art on a good ole' school record player to get you in the groove. 
He’s been making sultry tunes since the ‘50s & if you don’t know about him, it’s time you learned.
This week I feature the founding father of idiosyncratic soul Jerry Williams Jr. aka Swamp Dogg!
Come Monday, let's celebrate MLK Jr. day with musicians making a stance against our nations' systematic racism.
We’re kicking off the new year with plenty of music, featuring tracks from Gaspard Eden, Laura Groves, Call Me Spinster, Calexico, Made Kuti, Menahan Street Band, Arlo Parks, Leathered, and Femi Kuti. This podcast is produced by Stereoactive Media.
Whether it’s on the road or in quarantine, Dante Elephante is making chill music for groovy romantics.
Welcome back to our regularly scheduled program—we kick off 2021 with the groovy Dante Elephante.
Some of the best albums from underground artists that the dumb charts decided to ignore.
These babies might have flown under your radar—catch up on them today & we promise you won’t regret it.
Here is the final part to the best of New Vibrations 2020 to give you some new year pep in your step. Enjoy!
Slam the door in 2020's face & start your new year w/ music that satisfies every mood.
Here is part two—the final part—of all my favorite chitchats with bands I had in this year from hell, 2020.
Nasimiyu is a Brooklyn-based musician whose style has evolved over the years from her time in New Orleans making music to her deeply personal, experimental pop. Last seen on BTR Live Studio with the fun and creative Baeb Rxxth, Nasimiyu returns with a very special At Home performance, debuting new music from her upcoming record - the first in 7 years under her own name - with a unique solo performance utilizing live loops and samples and her stunning vocals. Here, Bryan B catches up with Nasimiyu to talk about the song a day project that kickstarted this record, the unique challenges of solo performance, and taking inspiration from the Black Lives Matter movement. Nasimiyu will be releasing new music soon. Checmk out the video for "Practice" by Nasimiyu and listen to the audio podcast for more music and interview.
Chatting with these artists gave us life in 2020—check them out!
Our favorite music videos that we got to premiere to the apocalyptic world in 2020. Enjoy!