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These are songs from the best interviews from 2018—they’re all awesome & everyone needs to check them out.
2018 was a rough year. At least we had our weekly Monday music column & podcast to get us through it.
NYC band Language is the trio of Omar, Wes, and Charles. Stylistically rooted in everything heavy, propulsive, and riffy, the band is a fully capable force of brutal yet smooth rock power. As they…
I interviewed over 100 bands this year and narrowing it down to just 10 was tough.
This year, I traveled the midwest, deep south and more. These were the wildest rides.
Many of these EPs might have flown under your radar when they were released. Catch up on them today—we promise you won't regret it.
For our final episode of the year, we’re looking back on some music by local artists that came out in 2018. This is music that made an impact on us and we hope it has or will make an impact on you.…
A look back at the wildest and craziest nights of 2018.
Though the Cosmic punks are English, they’re ready to rock out with New Jersey’s famous mythical creature.
Garcia Peoples is a band from New Jersey who run their love of The Dead through a set of punk and rock filters. The result is a jammy, melodic, awesomely riffy sort of indie rock. They dropped by…
This week we listen to Porcupine's most recent release & chat with bassist Greg Norton (former bassist of Hüsker Dü)—so tune in!
Though the bands have completely different sounds, they both uphold that dark grittiness we’ve all come to love.
Are we out of punks or is it just harder to open up a punk rock bar these days?
Bilge Rat is a rock trio based in New Haven, Connecticut. With slow, grungy grooves and skronky goodness all over, singer/guitarist Mike Kusek’s songs push and pull with a nervous energy that both draws you in and drags you along. The band, including touring bassist and pedal-maker Mike Boner of Stove and Ovlov, stopped by Serious Business Music in Brooklyn on a recent tour to give us a live taste of their jams. Pal is available now from Bee Sides Cassettes. Listen to the audio podcast for more music and interview.
Big Ups recently announced they’re going on indefinite hiatus and they’ll be playing their final shows in January 2019 -- with their final show being at The Bowery Ballroom in NYC on Friday,…
Touring the world, releasing their sophomore LP and a Deluxe Set—Bee Bee Sea are on fire.
This week we listen to NYC gritty, thrashy & trashy punk rockers Surfbort & chat w/ frontwoman Dani Miller.
Thrashy and trashy NYC punkers just want to be your friend and for everybody to love each other.
The garage punk band is causing mayhem with non-stop party tunes.
This week we listen to & chat with west coast rockers Destroy Boys—a Billie Joe Armstrong favorite!
They might not sing right out about social injustices, but that doesn’t mean they’re not fighting the good fight.
New music for your long ride home in this heavy Thanksgiving traffic—enjoy & rock out to these brand new tracks.
Julia Holter's savory vocals and soothing melodies from her newest album 'Aviary' have reigned this week.
The show was a whirlwind of different kinds of pop punk and new levels or moshing.
Happy hump day! We're back at it over here with all the best new tracks in the world of new music coming out that is actually good. So tune in and learn a thing or two! xoxo
This week we chat w/ classic pop punk band Tokyo Police Club & listen to their most recent album 'TPC'!
Gritty NYC punk rockers Surfbort take the lead this week with their new album 'Friendship Music!'
Brooklyn DIY spot Pet Rescue is celebrating its 5th anniversary, so founder Brian LaRue is here to talk to us about the history of the venue as well as what’s in store for the future. Also, old…
An eclectic playlist of brand new punk, indie, pop and garage songs to lose your mind to—tune in!
The Brooklyn five-piece is debuting with a post-hardcore assault on punk rock.
Empowerment, dissing and not-giving-a-fuck are just a few of the themes in this pop song that makes it so punk.
MOURN is an impressive, young four-piece post-punk band from Barcelona. On their latest release, they exorcise the demons of a difficult two-year period in which their former record label nearly…
The indie musician has gone solo and tapped into his more glamorous side with capes, sparkles and strobe lighting.
The solo project from The Coax frontman focuses on musical experimentation and the life of a vampire.
We checked out Jonathan Toubin's Haunted Hop Halloween Spooktacular at the Knockdown Center in Queens!
The NYC punk group just released their debut album ‘Friendship Music’ and celebrated with friendship, music and chaos.
BOO! This week we celebrate Halloween with new spooky songs from killer punk rockers like Yaasss, Surfbort, Pill and so much more—tune in!
Punk rockers brand new and pioneers came out to get everyone boogying down last Friday night.
The twangy rocker from Nashville gets bluesy and dark in his newest album ‘Bohemian Mechanics.’
Cat Power is back and in full throttle with her robust voice and emotional tracks.
They found love in a hopeless place—but was it really the romance of the century or just a really messed up situation?
None of that “Monster Mash” b.s.—your friends might die of pure fright after hearing how cool this playlist is.
This week we listen to and chat w/ illuminati hotties—tune in!
You’re going to want a nap and a burrito after listening to the newest album by illuminati hotties.
Garcia Peoples is a band from New Jersey who run their love of The Dead through a set of punk and rock filters. The result is a jammy, melodic, awesomely riffy sort of indie rock. They dropped by…
The U.K. punk band, joined by NYC locals Public Practice and Bodega, created a night of acceptance and mayhem.
New music from Nikkie McLeod and Feral Scouts. A big block of Fred Thomas and Anna Burch. And a dash of Shana Falana, too.
This week we've got frontman of Dante High on the phone & we listen to their debut self-titled album—tune in! 
It’s going to be a busy fall season filled with bands like The Dead Milkmen, Mitski, The Dodos and The Damned.
MOURN is an impressive, young four-piece post-punk band from Barcelona. On their latest release, they exorcise the demons of a difficult two-year period in which their former record label nearly destroyed their career, but the group fought through it and put that frustration, anger, and discovery into a near-perfect record that’s at once biting and beautiful. Comprised of dual lead singer-guitarists Carla Pérez Vas and Jazz Rodríguez Bueno, along with brilliantly tight drummer Antonio Postius and bassist Leia Rodríguez, the group’s dedication is apparent. They blast through quick musical shifts with ease, adding lighthearted elements (who doesn’t love handclaps?) to spice things up a bit and shake off some of the harshness. We were extremely pleased to have the band join us in the live room at Serious Business Music in Brooklyn for this killer session. Sopresa Familia by MOURN is available now from Captured Tracks. Listen to the audio podcast for more music and interview.
The London-born musician just released her debut album, which she describes as one big elaborate selfie.
This week,Toronto's Dilly Dally is back and taking the top spot with their newest album 'Heaven!'
Moshing like crazy and crowd surfing for a full 10 minutes to punk rock is exactly what the doctor prescribed.
Cheekface is a new Los Angeles mystery. Speak-singing their post-punk from the burbs to the city, the trio of Greg Katz, Amanda Tannen, and Mark Echo Edwards is super fresh, coming out strong with…
The Brooklyn six-piece released their debut surrounded by friends on stage and off.
Dumb is a Vancouver post-punk quartet, whose clever, groovy, punchy tunes take a critical look at the world. They dropped by Serious Business Music in Brooklyn to show us how they do it. Seeing Green is available now from Mint Records. Listen to the audio podcast for more music and interview.
While these punk rockers traveled far and wide, they ended up in the same place night after night: music city, baby.
Frontman tells BTRtoday about the damage heroin addiction had on his friends and the songs it inspired.
The Beths knock down Oh Sees to number two, taking the spot at the top of the list.
King Pizza Records ends the summer with its Psychic Luau party at City Reliquary. PowerSnap is at Alphaville. Neko Case is at the Beacon Theatre. Henry Jamison plays The Wild Honey Pie’s dinner…
Premiering emotional and gritty new track “Lose Sometimes"—Don Babylon's first single from their upcoming LP.
From Pittsburgh to D.C., these gritty NYC rockers took me on a wild ride full of chaos and punk rock.
The newest project from band members of Parquet Courts, A Beacon School and Bob Dylan Deathwatch.
Oh Sees are back without the 'The' and are on the top of our list with their newest album 'Smote Reverser.'
Playing with FAZI & fellow Brooklynites The Wants, Bodega played a surprise set under the moniker ATM.
A catchy Sweden-based five-piece creating their own land and rules in the world of rock ‘n’ roll.
The Black Black are a Brooklyn punk band in transition. Previously known for their heavy punk sound, the band’s groove-loving tendencies have pushed things so far that they’ve landed closer to the…
The NYC punkers are all about moshing with friends, loving their cat and screaming fast songs about dying.
Listen to their NYC punk rockers' Retail's albums 'Die,' 'Dead' and their most recent release 'Done'—plus, a chat with frontman Austin.
Songs that’ll get you back into work and/or school mode and get you pumped for the fall.
Toebow and Maia Macdonald are at C’mon Everybody. The New Restaurants are performing as “Taylor Slow” for Covers 4 Causes at the Footlight to race money for RAICES of Texas. Jennifer Castle is…
Some people might think Monday nights are for resting, but NYC punks would say otherwise.
Though the song about smoke breaks is what put them on the map, they've been working hard on big and better things.
The Baffler turned 30 and threw a party with Deerhoof!
This week we chat with Goon about singing to Partisan and working on their debut LP—tune in!
The West Coast indie/punk group just got signed, re-released a double EP & has a frontman who can finally breathe.
Echo Courts' sultry & emotional new album 'Room With A View' takes the #1 spot this week by storm.
New singles from Molly Burch, Shannen Moser, and Bobey. Album tracks from new and newish releases by Mike Pace and the Child Actors, Bilge Rat, and AD.UL.T.
Though their newest album ‘Poach’ came out 8/3, they had to have late-but-raging record release party at the Brooklyn staple venue.
We chat with the musical brothers about the video’s Twin Peaks/Tarantino inspirations & their upcoming debut album.
We took a 'Walk On The Wild Side' and saw some NYC rock 'n' roll landmarks with music city tour guide Jesse Rifkin.
The badass bands played a sold out Rough Trade covered in glitter & tattoos, welcoming everyone to boldly be themselves.
Only hearing of Social D. for the first time after Mike Ness punched out a MAGA chud at a concert? Here's a quick catch up on one of America's greatest bands.
BTRtoday photographer and videographer, Jeanette D. Moses, is having a 30th birthday party at Our Wicked Lady, featuring 4 bands very familiar to this podcast (LUMPS, The Royal They, Darkwing, Thick).…
Listen to Shilpa Ray's 'Door Girl' & hear what she has to say about Jersey, her music, working w/ Nick Cave & what's coming up.
IDLES is a lightning bolt shooting straight out of Bristol, England, and tearing through the mess of a world we’re all currently suffering through, guiding the masses with a grin and a fist while…
Shilpa Ray in Brooklyn tells us stories about working with Nick Cave, observations on her new music & talking "Jersey."
This week, AP Simpson's 'Newly Almost Famous' lands our #1 spot.
It's the dog days of summer but you can keep it indie cool with our playlist.
Canadians Dumb chat w/ us about signing to Mint records, their latest album & so much more—tune in! 
Dumb, the punk band from Canada, chats with us about signing to Mint Records and releasing their debut album.
This week we've got Goon's 'Dusk Of Punk/Happy Omen' coming in hot as #1.
Photos of a chaotic and lawless sex, drugs & rock 'n' roll adventure at the musical haven called Meltasia.
Reheated Spaghetti has a stacked show at DRTY SMMR for their 2nd Annual summer BBQ. Speedy Ortiz is playing with the Breeders at Celebrate Brooklyn. Chad Valley will be Knitting Factory. And…
We chat with the artist about this newest song “A Song About Holding Hands” and his upcoming album.
A music festival catered to the coolest of the cool—not only rock out to your favorite bands, but also party with them later.
This week we chat with Alex White from Chicago-based band White Mystery—tune in!
The brother-sister rock ’n’ roll duo turns ten this year and hasn’t slowed down even once.
Tom D’Agustino from Active Bird Community stops by to chat with Bryan about the band’s new single, “Unwind With Me,” off their album, Amends, which is out on September 14th from Barsuk…
They’re looking for female/ non-binary musicians to join them on their Girls Rock London & Girls Rock Camp Alliance tour.
This week Mother Feather came by the studio fully caffeinated & ready to talk about music, life & rockin' the glam metal.
This week Ben Caplan takes over the top spot with his album 'Old Stock!'
We’ll be checking in with four local artists who’ve recent visited us for BTR Live Studio sessions: Pale Ramon, LANZ, Trace Mountains, and the Rizzos. Also, my old friend Nikkie McLeod had a new…
I met up with NY-based musician Matt Stevenson in Ridgewood, Queens to chat about his new project Jane Church.
This week we chat w/ and listen to the mighty oxymoron band from NYC, God Tiny! Tune-in!
The sweet sultry voice of Shannon Shaw (from Shannon & The Clams) takes the lead this week with her debut solo album.
New singles by Hello June, Art d’Ecco, and Dilly Dally. Album tracks from new releases by Field Division, Mo Douglas, and Goon. More talk of Canada, and also an invitation to a particular record…
Deeper is a Chicago-based post-punk band who’s been steadily crafting their sound and conceptual attack for the past few years, in preparation for the release of their current self-titled debut.…
Frontman Laith Scherer gets vulnerable and tells us about the abusive backstory to the powerful new song.
The five-year-old celebration of small concert spaces comes to the States this week.
It’s the day we’ve all been waiting for—the debut record release show for the one and only The Nude Party.
Russian Baths is a New York band that lays the noise on thick for their fuzzy and heavy, yet harmonious post-punk/psych sounds. Big riffs, hooks, dissonance, and squealing feedback are all over their…
Pronounced 'Man-Who-Hey,' this brand new Brooklyn three-piece is the most fun and lively heavy metal band in NYC.
Why not celebrate America for what really makes it great this Fourth of July?
Independent Venue Week is a festival that began in the UK in 2014. This year it spreads to the states with StereoactiveNYC and BTRtoday presenting its New York City showcase at Pianos on Thursday July…
This week we talk to sweet-honey drop Shannon Shaw from Shannon & The Clams about going solo & listen to her debut album—tune-in!
She chats with us about her ups and downs of going solo, working with Dan Auerbach and becoming a godmother.
After a five-week tour Las Rosas returns to NYC to play a wild LP release show/ all-night party in Brooklyn’s Alphaville.
There's a nice ring to the brand new songs by this Nashville-based band—read what they have to say about it.
This week we chat w/ frontman of LA-based band SadGirl & listen to their newest single along with all their oldies-but-goodies. They're the ultimate sad boys out of all the sad girls in LA—Tune…
The L.A. group was just signed to Suicide Squeeze and are already embracing the doo-wop tradition of keeping love in music.
A list of fiction novels about music or written by musicians—books by Leonard Cohen, Nick Cave, Jimmy Buffett and more.
A book list of bios, memoirs, oral histories and more from all genres that every music lover needs to read.
The Planes are playing songs from their album, Wax Diamond, at El Cortez on 6/27, with the lineup that played on the album. Then Kanine Records is throwing a summer party on the rooftop at Our Wicked…
NYC experimental punk band Chorizo rocked out in Brooklyn along with NYC’s Crammm and Long Hots from Philadelphia.
We chat with GRLwood—who are fighting heteronormativity in the heart of Kentucky and they're weapon of choice is catchy punk rock.
Promiseland is an experimental punk rock workout—tune in to hear music & a chat backstage at The Voidz' residency.
Visits from Surfbort, matching sunglasses and chats about hypnosis, past lives and music.
Kim Talon is the force behind the project known as Kino Kimino. While a connection to Sonic Youth certainly doesn’t hurt,* it’s truly Talon’s powerful performance style and intriguing delivery…
Two nights of rock ‘n’ roll brought to you by The Mystery Lights, Ad Hoc and Modern Sky USA.
We chat with Canadian punker guitarist Philippe Charbonneau about this newest song and its insanely intense music video.
This week I chat w/ Claudi & Raimundo of Pinc Louds and listen to their latest album Delancey Street—tune in!
The rock band is not just about music, but also about the experience—with puppets, dancing and, of course, love.
For their first night, The Voidz were joined by fellow Cult Record artists Surfbort and Promiseland.
Or so they’re hoping—we chat with guitarist Matt Williams about Elon Musk, The Office and Interplanetary Falcon Rock.
This episode essentially functions as something of an itinerary for this year’s Northside Festival, offering suggestions of artists you can see each night at various venues around town if you’re…
Barlow’s great gift is in distilling the essence of folk music. With a punk rockers impatience, he strips away the ornamentation of folk.
Guantanamo Baywatch is the kind of surf rock that can never go wrong—tune in!
For over a decade this surf rock trio has been spearheading a beach punk movement from Portland to all over the world.
There’s an exceptional crop of music in this week’s episode, from Irish indie-surf-pop to guitar driven punk and post-punk to cosmic country to dubbed out reggae-inflected jams to Neil Young-esque…
It’s already 80-something degrees out. It’s time to spend those long summer nights in debauchery and rock ‘n’ roll.
Loud, heavy, abrasive, and ready to rock, Nihiloceros have blasted onto the Brooklyn scene with what they call “trash pop.” The trio of Mike Borchardt, Alex Hoffman, and Gabe Savitz stormed into…
This week we chat with Alabama's psych-punk band The Burning Peppermints & listen to their newest album 'Glittervomit.'
We chat about the thrasher debut album 'Dirty Rainbow!!,' the catchy new LP 'Glittervomit' and growing up in Alabama.
The fifth annual King Pizza Records’ Pizzafest wasn’t just rock ‘n’ roll & pizza—it was also three days of total mayhem.
BTRtoday is presenting a showcase at the Northside Festival in June that will feature Lou Barlow, Shana Falana, and the Goon Sax playing at Knitting Factory. We’ve got a big block of Shana Falana…
NYC metal band DAD chats about what meme their music is, hanging with Christopher Reeve and lots of other craziness.
Your summer fling this year will be with punk rock, garage, indie and, of course, rock 'n' roll—and it'll be your best one yet.
Brooklyn-based by way of Miami, we chat with post-punkers/ experimentalist Mons Vi!
The Brooklyn-based band by way of Miami, FL brings a fresh and flowery experimental take to post-punk.
For Mental Health Awareness Month we look back on the legendary frontman of Joy Division who took his own life in 1980.
I was kidnapped by party rockers Thick for an ambitious weekend road trip from NYC to Nashville—surprisingly, I survived.
NYC band Language is the trio of Omar, Wes, and Charles. Stylistically rooted in everything heavy, propulsive, and riffy, the band is a fully capable force of brutal yet smooth rock power. As they prepared to kick into high gear with an incredible new EP and storm the local music scene, the band stopped by Serious Business Music in Brooklyn to give us a taste of what they’ve got going on. Plymouth EP will be released May 18, 2018 from Good Eye Records. Listen to the audio podcast for more music and interview.
Their mantra, “let’s burn this fucker down” is a perfect summation of their fuzzed out dark and heavy rock.
This week we chat with the deep, spiritual and heavy new wave Dinosoul!
A band that formed together during the midst of a spiritual awakening, discovery of truths and yearning for self-awareness.
Once a year, the King Pizza Records universe fully descends from its pizzafied plane of existence to deliver a weekend of unadulterated rock and roll madness upon our lowly terrestrial orb.
The Red Bull Music Festival launches with an event inspired by the influential and visionary hip hop artist RAMMELLZEE.
Riding with punk rockers Gnarcissists between two boroughs and two shows was a blissful punch to the head & a wild time.
Members of The Black Angels, The Horrors, Elephant Stone and The Earlies join forces to fight cancers of western culture.
I chat with Haley Dahl of Sloppy Jane herself about music, religion and celibacy & listen to her newest album 'Willow.'
Haley Dahl talks religion, celibacy and the epic NSFW tale that is her newest album ‘Willow.’
Their teenage toilet humor made perfect pop punk sense in the early 2000s—but what’s their age again now?
Lola Pistola, Mima Good, Pom Pom Squad & Menjuje ripped the stage apart and melted faces with raw and vicious rock 'n' roll.
Another new track from Parlor Walls in advance of their EP release show at Alphaville. Also, Holy Tunics is at Mercury Lounge, Soccer Mommy is at Rough Trade, Forth Wanderers and Trace Mountains are…
The Atlanta-based post-punk solo artist comes to Manhattan to throw his debut record release show at Kind Regards.
Our weekly list of favorite albums includes old favorites like UK's IDLES, Wye Oak & Soccer Mommy—check out the entire list!
When it’s 4/20 and you’re trapped in a YouTube black hole watching alien docs, turn these tunes up & blaze it.
A new band taking the stage plus new music from old bands made for the freshest show in Manhattan Monday night.
There’s a lot of excellent new music out by Brooklyn artists this April. In fact, you can attend release shows three nights in a row from Thursday, April 26th, through Saturday, April 28th for three…
IDLES is a lightning bolt shooting straight out of Bristol, England, and tearing through the mess of a world we’re all currently suffering through, guiding the masses with a grin and a fist while dancing and shouting and leading a charge for what’s honest and true. If that sounds a bit heavy-handed or perhaps too optimistic, maybe it is, but IDLES isn’t afraid to give the effort 1000%. This quintet makes a huge, permanent impression on any audience, suspecting or otherwise, instantly converting even the most skeptical out there into totally devout supporters with their cathartic post-punk and conviction. The band let it rip in the live room at Serious Business Music in Brooklyn before making their way to Austin for SXSW. BRUTALISM is available now from Partisan Records. Listen to the audio podcast for more music and interview.
After a prolonged legal battle, the blues-rock duo is ready to share their sound with the world.
NYC got a different kind of Easter bunny this year—one not afraid to light shit on fire, start mosh pits & throw glitter-eggs.
The sold out Brooklyn show was an explosion of bloody uteruses, sweaty t-shirts & vengeful head bangers loving each other.
An interview filled with British humor and sarcasm about some of the craziest music out in the world today.
Twenty-six photos of rock 'n' roll capturing the whirlwind of madness in Austin both on and off the stage.
Six days of shows, partying and driving throughout the Midwest with a couple of NYC’s best underground musicians.
Cheekface is a new Los Angeles mystery. Speak-singing their post-punk from the burbs to the city, the trio of Greg Katz, Amanda Tannen, and Mark Echo Edwards is super fresh, coming out strong with…
We played our favorite game at SXSW this year: Seeing how much rock 'n' roll our music reporter can take before she explodes.
These gritty New Yorkers whirl up a chaotic tornado of powerful punk & dirty garage rock that'll rattle your brain.
Our final look at SXSW 2018 closes out our festival coverage with band portraits and unofficial showcase concert photos.
We wrap up our SXSW 2018 Music official coverage with an epic night of rock 'n roll from Burger Records.
Friday at SXSW was where all the beer, sweat, tacos, and rock 'n roll came together in an explosion of fun.
On Day three of SXSW, things got psychedelic—and a bit destructive.
Jesse R. Berlin and Jonathan Pilkington Kahnt are at Pine Box Rock Shop in Brooklyn. Oneida has a new album. And a whole bunch of NYC bands are down in Austin, Texas, for the 2018 South By Southwest…
Meteorologists said the blizzard was the most powerful force that night. They didn’t know about this rock show.
Russian Baths is a New York band that lays the noise on thick for their fuzzy and heavy, yet harmonious post-punk/psych sounds. Big riffs, hooks, dissonance, and squealing feedback are all over their…
The veteran Montreal musician plays every instrument under the sun and works with a million different bands—now he’s doing his own thing.
BTRtoday chats with NJ-based rock/metal group about their lengthy run as a band and their new album ‘All At Once.’
Happy birthday, buddy—I still love you, even though you’re a proven asshole.
Even after a six-month breakup, the punk rock band has stayed strong.
Grooms and Oneida are both playing Secret Project Robot (different nights). Richard Buckner is at Union Hall. Big Thief’s Adrianne Lenker plays solo. New BTR Live Studio tracks from The Mad Doctors,…
The Miami rockers brought sexy vibes and rock energy to Baby’s All Right.
Grim Streaker is a musical force to be reckoned with. Full speed ahead, all systems go, with the power of a jet engine flying upside down. You get the picture. This is unabashedly bashing, but…
‘Another Age,’ released on Captured Tracks Feb. 16, is a personal statement for the Widowspeak guitar player.
The Mad Doctors are the fun and fuzzy, wild genius punks at the center of the growing Brooklyn whirlwind scene that is King Pizza Records. The Doctors -- Seth, Josh, and Greg (you may recognize two of…
“I was thinking, 'am I the last Iranian to set foot in America?’”
Lina Tullgren is playing at Alphaville and Three’s Brewing. Strfkr and Reptaliens are playing at Brooklyn Steel. Operator Music Band and Shana Falana are playing at H0L0. Hear them all on…
The Royal They seems to be quite deserving of the royal treatment lately, having become the latest must-see Brooklyn band with the release of their new post-punk gem of an album, Foreign Being.…
Oh My Rockness has a list of what they call the “Hardest-Working Bands of 2017” -- the artists who they listed the most shows for last year. Of the ten on the list, six will be playing a show…
Mark E. Smith is lost in music now.
In this episode, we feature lots of excellent artists based in New York who’ve recently visited us for a session of BTR Live Studio.
Rest in peace to the lead singer of The Cranberries, Dolores O’Riordan.
The Brooklyn band take a break from melting faces to answer questions and share some laughs.
Our first episode of 2018 features details about the Gold Streets reunion delivered by guitarist/singer Norm Vino. We also have excellent new music from The Royal They’s Foreign Being LP and Jesse…

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