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Phantom Wave is a Brooklyn shoegaze/dream-pop band driven by core members Ian Carpenter (guitar, vocals) and Rachel Fischer (drums). Here, the band offers a lush, dreamy performance from their practice space. Wilds is available now from Phantom Wave. Listen to the audio podcast for more music and interview.
Press that freakin' play button to get some killer brand new tracks to jam out to—it's hot out and so are these tracks. 
A rockin' melody relatable to anyone who went through a breakup in 2020.
Brooklyn indie rock trio The Planes deliver a fully amped-up performance with a single from their new record, Eternity On Its Edge, exclusively for BTR Live Studio at Home.
Listen to previously featured-on-The-Music-Meetup artists & their summer-iest songs!
Listen to previously featured-on-The-Music-Meetup artists & their summer-iest songs!
It's my birthday THIS Saturday so this episode is dedicated to all my fellow May babies—happy birthday, ya Taurus & Gemini freaks!
I chat with Autogramm a Vancouver/Chicago-based band who released their newest album 'No Rules,' which I spin on the episode.
Brownholtz is someone who has worked & created within a DIY music scene & now she's written an epic story inspired by it.
We're getting funky this week with lots of brand new killer tracks.
The video documents the frontman's life and his experience going through a huge & relatable life change.
When you're lost, whether in outer space or in your own head, remember this rockin' song & you won't feel so alone.
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.
The indie-pop trio says, no matter what there’s a way to keep things upbeat.
It's time to recuperate from a now LEGAL IN NYC 4-20 holiday w/ some brand new tunes.
A Very Special Episode is a New York City post-punk band featuring Kasey Heisler (vocals, bass), Patrick Porter (guitar), and Chayse Schutter (drums).
Brooklyn indie punk band LAPÊCHE returns to BTR Live Studio as they release their latest J. Robbins-co-produced full length record, with a fantastic live performance recorded at Red Panda Recording in Brooklyn.
Turn up the volume and get ready to hear a killer playlist of brand-spankin' new songs!
He says, “I think it’s a great summary of five years of being in a band and making music.”
This week we get political but in a fun dance-y way! Get enlightened while finding you're new favorite song to dance to. 
The Black Black is a crucial part of their vibrant NYC music scene, and they make their return to BTR Live Studio with an at Home session from their vibey practice/performance space somewhere in Brooklyn.
April Fools Day might be tomorrow, but this is no prank—we've got TONS of KILLER new tunes you gotta listen to. 
Megan Mancini and Justin Ferraro of Brooklyn garage punk band The Rizzos - along with drummer Cody Buesing - join us for a very different return appearance on BTR Live Studio, this time from Justin’s living room in Ridgewood, Queens! The Rizzos are working on a full-length album due some time in 2021! Check out the video for "Way Out" and listen to the audio podcast for more music and interview.
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!
After months quarantined away from each other, New York’s Mala Vista recently reunited to head to the studio and record some fresh tracks for an upcoming release. Here they gather for an exclusive performance of three of those unreleased songs. Western Beef EP is available now on Kafadan Kontak Records. Listen to the audio podcast for more music and interview.
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.
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
This week we chat with Human Growth—a gritty and raw rock 'n' roll band based in Copenhagen, Denmark & spin their debut album 'Reflex.' 
Born & raised in New York but now based in Denmark, these rockers stay true to their roots.
Television Overdose (T.V.O.D.) is a disco-punk band from Brooklyn. Here they tear through their music in an exclusive performance direct from Ridgewood, Queens.
HOORSEES are a Parisian indie rock band riding the line between sleepy bedroom rock and angsty alternative rock outbursts. Their debut LP sees the band solidifying their style, and here they deliver a LIVE SHOW for us. In a venue. Yes, remember those? What a relief to see a band getting hit the stage - in this case it’s a Paris venue Supersonic - and do what bands do best. HOORSEES’ self-titled debut LP is out now from Kanine Records (US), Howlin Banana Records (EU), and In Silico (EU) Listen to the audio podcast for more music and interview.
Sick your earholes on this rager, before its official release tomorrow from King Pizza Records.
A dark and grey video that feels spooky, but actually represents the beauty of friendship.
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.
2020 changed this four-piece and now they're packing a hard punch with "Feel The Pain."
This week we've got lots of tracks from upcoming albums, so keep tabs on these artists!
Brooklyn punks Thick are known for their rowdy live shows and supercharged performances. In the year since their album came out and touring disappeared, they’ve learned to adapt–while also working on a follow up. Here, the trio joins us for an exclusive, stripped down performance at home! Five Years Behind is available now from Epitaph Records. Listen to the audio podcast for more music and interview.
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.
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.
"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.
This week we've got a beautiful hodgepodge of brand new racks—so, tune in!
Come Monday, let's celebrate MLK Jr. day with musicians making a stance against our nations' systematic racism.
Sammi Lanzetta released her debut LP Ceiling Mirror in 2019 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. Check out the video for "House Plants" and listen to the audio podcast for more music and interview.
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.
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!