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The Beths are a rock band based in Auckland, New Zealand, founded by lead singer/songwriter Elizabeth Stokes and guitarist Jonathan Pearce. Blending cool, catchy riff rock with fun vocals — from all…
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.
A jammy New Years Eve party featuring the funk of Lettuce, Turkuaz, and the Motet, electronic jams from Big Gigantic, Lotus, and Moon Hooch, and lots more
Over the course of 2018 we interviewed four different musicians who had new music out: Nikkiesha McLeod, Kyle Wilson from Milagres, Tom D’Agustino from Active Bird Community, and Gabriel Birnbaum…
The Listening Booth’s Best In Mix (part 2) has downbeat folk with Cat Power, R&B from Kadhja Bonet, and blues via Jonathan Jeremiah!
This is the second half of our massive double episode recapping our favorite tracks and artists from 2018 in no particular order.
The best tracks from 2018. Thanks for tuning in this year!
Dawn in the new year w/ this part one round ups of THE TOP SONGS of 2018—the only good thing to come out of this year.
I interviewed over 100 bands this year and narrowing it down to just 10 was tough.
No matter what holiday you celebrate, there’s lots for you to enjoy in this holiday edition of The Tryst. Christmas tunes, winter, and songs about keeping warm in the cold. There’s a little bit of everything in this mix for you to enjoy today.
Noisy guitars, big drums, super sweet melodies and a heavy romantic nostalgia are the ingredients that make up Heaven’s timeless music. With nods to all things both shoegaze and gorgeous psych-rock,…
The holiday is approaching and you’re gonna need some chill music to play for your family dinner that rocks.
A holiday playlist without Christmas songs, featuring the warm sounds of jam scene artists Hot Buttered Rum, Nahko, Matisyahu, Rob Drabkin and more.
While we do our best to cover as much new music as possible here on The Music Digest, there’s always going to be stuff we miss. Here, we revisit some tunes and bands that we missed in 2018 to try to…
DJRePete kicks off an annual tradition in The Listening Booth with part 1 of his year end Best In Mix w/Neko Case and electronica Bob Moses
We’re playing some of the best female artists played on Ladies Skate Only in 2018. Join us for part two of this three part series today on BTR! Featuring music from Madeline Leman and The Desert Swells, Hello June and more.
This year, I traveled the midwest, deep south and more. These were the wildest rides.
It’s time for the 2018 recap! Here’s the first half of our massive double episode recapping our favorite tracks and artists from 2018 in no particular order.
On today’s show, some of the best music from 2018 (according to Lottie).
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.…
Happy holidays, my babies. I’m off from work ’till next year so I hope you like this playlist. I’ve sprinkled in a few holiday treats to get you guys in the holiday spirit. Enjoy! And tune the heck in…
A look back at the wildest and craziest nights of 2018.
Mike Pace, formerly of Brooklyn post-punks Oxford Collapse, is back with another excellent batch of catchy tunes from his eponymous project. While we last saw Mike in an acoustic phase (doing…
Though the Cosmic punks are English, they’re ready to rock out with New Jersey’s famous mythical creature.
The Tryst is airing 4 weeks featuring some of the best music played on the show in 2018. This is part 3 and next week we’re taking a break from the ‘best of’ shows for some holiday inspired tunes. So, listen up… then listen again!
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.
The Trondoosa Music & Arts Festival will welcome Umphrey’s McGee and Widespread Panic to North Charleston, South Carolina for its second installment in 2019.
This is the song you’ll want on repeat for all of the next week.
We took a look back at every artist we played in 2018 and assembled a batch of tracks by those artists we either found ourselves revisiting most throughout the year or still do want to revisit. All of…
DJRePete has a solstice inspired mix with a spin on holiday tunes from the likes of Sufjan Stevens and Sally Shapiro!
2018 brought us lots of great new alt-country albums. DJ Emily has some of her favorites in the mix today. It’s a great chance to catch up on anything you’ve missed this year.
Cherry is the latest project from Philadelphia-based guitarist/singer Russell Edling of Kite Party. The band operates on a principle of creation without expectations, and it seems to be working out…
Are we out of punks or is it just harder to open up a punk rock bar these days?
For the first of our 2018 year-end recaps, we’re taking a look at our favorite exclusive performances from BTR Live Studio – many of which have been from artists who were covered here in our record…
Neighbor Lady and their album ‘Maybe Later’ topped the charts for BTRtoday this year.
It’s your lucky day – Thursday, December 13th! You’ll hear tunes by Rose Droll, Tomorrow’s Tulips, Nylon Smile and more! Also, you’ll hear some of my favorite songs from my other podcast, Spotlight…
Can you edit Guns N’ Roses’ bloated follow-up to “Appetite For Destruction” into something decent?
With their newest album ‘Verb for Dreaming’ released they don’t have any limits to inspirations.
Parquet Courts created a safe haven for down-to-earth city dwellers to escape the mob of drunk Santas.
11 Cities. 24 bands and artists. 24 songs. It’s the Best of Spotlight on the City for 2018!
Coco Verde is the project led by Brooklyn songwriter Julian Anderson, along with an excellent band comprised of Koko Williams on keys and vocals and Jonathan Sacca and Ryan Laetari on guitars. The band’s nostalgia-tinged pop songs are full of catchy hooks and bouncy goodness, and they stopped by Serious Business Music in Brooklyn to share them with us in this special session. Coco Verde’s Marathon EP is available now from Never Better. Listen to the audio podcast for more music and interview.
DJ Emily is playing you some of the best music played on The Tryst and doing it every week in December! We’re moving on to part two with tunes form Anna St. Louis, of Montreal and more!
This week we chat with Olivia Scibelli, frontwoman to Nashville-based band Idle Bloom & listen to their most recent album.
Trump winning the election made us all feel helpless, but Idle Bloom uses their music to help us get through it.
Marco Benevento, JJ Grey and more jamband faves kick off epic winter tours next month
PAINT’s debut self-titled full length is defintely a ~must~ listen.
For our final “new music” episode of the show in 2018, our buddy Max Goransson makes his third appearance – ready to react to brand new music from The Glow, El Silver Cabs, Grandchildren, Chasms,…
DJRePete’s spotlights Dan Mangan and Unknown Mortal Orchestra ahead of their 2019 tours! + electro w/Bob Moses & soul w/Saun & Starr
DJ Emily’s got some of the best artists played on this all-female music mix in 2018. Check out artists like SC Mira, Caroline Says and Ruby Boots in the mix today.
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.
This week we revisit the Stockholm, Sweden-based label, PNK SLM Recordings, catching up with their releases from 2018 and chatting with founder Luke Reilly about the label’s beginnings, changes in the…
Shaw’s powerful performance with a nine-piece band and an amazing lineup of musicians was destined to be memorable.
Sun Breaks, Tallies, Azure Ray and more!
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,…
Like always, I’ve got lots of tracks from brand new albums for ya here.  Happy December, everybody! Tune-in xoxo
Touring the world, releasing their sophomore LP and a Deluxe Set—Bee Bee Sea are on fire.
DJ Emily’s picking her favorite tracks played on The Tryst this year and handing out some superlatives. You’ll hear it here on BTR, every Tuesday in December. If you’re new to BTR or you missed an episode or two, tune in so you don’t miss out on the best of the best of 2018.
This week we listen to NYC gritty, thrashy & trashy punk rockers Surfbort & chat w/ frontwoman Dani Miller.
Special spotlight on the new album from Turkuaz, “Life In The City,” out now
Jasmin Kaset (from Birdcloud) & Quichenight is leading with their debut album ‘Tuxedo.’
The usual duo is back at it, thick in the midst of year-end prep but ready to keep the new jams coming. We’ve got brand new music from Gabriella Rose, Patrick Damphier, Jason Lytle, and more – and…
New month, new mix in The Listening Booth w/Grapetooth electro, Neighborhood of Make Believe folk, & The Rusty Guns’ reckless bluegrass rock
Las Rosas is the Brooklyn-based rock trio of Joses Boyer and Aybar, along with drummer Christopher Lauderdale. They’ve been rockin’, rollin’, janglin’, and hangin’ out in the local scene and…
This week we’re featuring Lame-O Records, aka “Philadelphia’s finest independent record label” since 201 with a visit from founder Eric Osman. We cover the label’s releases, the important of…
Tracks courtesy of Azure Ray, Julia Holter, Tobias Berblinger and more!
Get down to these new garage, synth and pop rock tracks! You’re welcome.
The garage punk band is causing mayhem with non-stop party tunes.
The Texas trio’s about a lot more than “Legs.” Here’s a deep dive into one of the greatest bands of all time.
The World’s Greatest Detective is a Brooklyn-based punk band made up of Alex Heigl, Jordan Runtagh, Matt Rappold, West Smith, and Mario Gutierrez. Armed with brash, blistering, old school jammers,…
Back at it this Tuesday and kicking off the show with a brand new single from Sarah Shook & The Disarmers. Turn it up.
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.
The 30th annual Christmas Jam presented by Warren Haynes expands to two nights starting December 7th!
Heaters leads with their album ‘Suspended Youth’—make sure you give it a listen!
BTRtoday’s Ms. Lottie and Elena Childers are here with J to discuss new singles by FEWS, Du Blonde, and Homeshake and album tracks from Rick Rude, Rose Droll, Two Medicine, and Surfbort.  
Step into The Listening Booth where DJRePete is spinning a smorgasbord of genres and eras! New R&B from Tash + throwbacks from Asobi Seksu!
Jasmin Kaset and Quichenight’s new album “Tuxedo” is full of amazing 70s pop goodness. So, we are featuring the new album as the artist spotlight today. There is a new track from Laura Jane Grace in the mix. Plus, BTR’s artist of the week Julia Holter.
Thanksgiving was so yesterday; it’s time to focus on Christmas, Hanukkah & Kwanzaa.
Shana Falana is a dream-pop artist currently based in Kingston, New York. Shana and Michael Amari explore darkness and light in their almost-meditative songs, which are illuminated by dazzling visual projections at live shows and during this session. The group paid us a visit at Serious Business Music in Brooklyn late last year to discuss their music and plans for 2018. Here Comes The Wave is available now from Team Love Records. Listen to the audio podcast for more music and interview.
For this post-Thanksgiving musical journey, we’re keeping things on the chill side with tracks from Adriane Lenker, Ari Roar, Jerry David Decicca, Woods, Rainer Maria, Milagres, Beat Radio, and much…
It’s a Thanksgiving day themed mix!
Shilpa Ray, NO ICE, Crazy Pills, and more are playing ‘Sunday for SAVI: A Thanksgiving Concert’ to benefit the Mount Sinai Sexual Assault & Violence Intervention Program (SAVI). Milagres has…
New music for your long ride home in this heavy Thanksgiving traffic—enjoy & rock out to these brand new tracks.
With their newest album ‘Memory Foam’ out into the world didi is unafraid to wear their emotions on their sleeves.
The Tryst kicks off with Illinois’ JDR and The Broadcast bringing their alt-country, Americana flair. There are some great tracks at the end of the mix to get you in the Thanksgiving spirit and 10 of the most played artists on the site are in the middle of it all.
This week we listen to the newest EP Nothing’s On My Mind by Clean Spill and include a chat we had on Halloween. They were dressed as farmers and on their way to record new material.…
A Deer A Horse has been bubbling up in the local Brooklyn scene for the past few years. When we first encountered them back in 2015, they were only just starting to show signs of what would come in…
The indie rockers use music and surfing to rebel against the elite in their upper class town.
New Year’s Eve options with the Motet, STS9, moe., and Tea Leaf Green
Julia Holter’s savory vocals and soothing melodies from her newest album ‘Aviary’ have reigned this week.
This week, we have new singles from Foxwarren, Mike Krol, Piroshka, and Toro y Moi as well album tracks off of new releases by BOYO and Gestures. Also, wanna hear every track we’ve played on the…
The Listening Booth keeps you warm with some throwback tunes from One Eskimo and Luke Temple of Here We Go Magic! New tunes too. Hit it!
Today we open with a new artist to the show. JDR and the Broadcast are from just west of Chicago and their new single “Rosie” is some ear candy that’s about to be stuck in your head.
The show was a whirlwind of different kinds of pop punk and new levels or moshing.
The Underhill Family Orchestra is a band of siblings (by choice, not by blood) based out of Mobile, Alabama, stomping out epically anthemic, soul-churning roots music from the swamp to the stadium. Drawing heavily on their Southern roots and 4 strong vocalists, the group stirs up quite a pleasant racket that fans of pop, country music, and indie rock can all enjoy. They stormed the live room at Serious Business Music in Brooklyn for this session. Tell Me That You Love Me is available now from Skate Mountain Records. Listen to the audio podcast for more music and interview.
This week we turn our ears towards Community Records. Based in New Orleans, the label began in 2008 and has been growing strong since. We chat with two of its founders, Greg Rodrigue and Daniel…
The twang-influenced blues-rock band releases two new songs about a burning and yearning love.
Tracks by Swearin’, Blue Ranger, Kero Kero Bonito, Goodbye Honolulu and more!
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
Samia, the band, is the musical project of 21 year old NYC native Samia Finnerty. With a powerful voice and uncanny ability to write poignant, confessional pop songs ranging from the soft and subtle…
Music from Brussels, Belgium – based artists including Karin Clercq, Capelo, Sueellen and more!
Laura Jane Grace’s new album is out now! DJ Emily is doing sample sets from some of the other shows she hosts on BTR. You’ll hear some of the best new indie music out there. Turn up The Tryst.
This week we chat w/ classic pop punk band Tokyo Police Club & listen to their most recent album ‘TPC’!
The indie band has been touring for over a decade and they’ve got a system.
New Year’s Eve options with String Cheese Incident, Leftover Salmon, Gov’t Mule and Yonder Mountain String Band
Gritty NYC punk rockers Surfbort take the lead this week with their new album ‘Friendship Music!’
New singles and album tracks, plus some sage-like advice from an old friend! Come along for the adventure and check out tunes by Jasmi Kaset & Quichenight, Azure Ray, DEHD, Art Feynman, Moving…
The Listening Booth’s has upbeat alt w/Dead Tooth, dreamy electro to get lost in from Matthew Dear, and a Minus the Bear farewell tour?
Laura Jane Grace is dropping her solo debut album today and we’ve got it to start off the show. Plus, brand new music from Tasha and Julia Holter.
From our friends at Greenway Records, Max Pain And The Groovies are here with some catchy, blazing garage-rock on their latest record. Fast, fun, and groovy (duh), the NYC band dropped by Serious…
My feet may still be sore from dancing and I hardly have a voice, but it was totally worth it.
This week we’re featuring the LA-based label, Felte, and speaking with its founder Jeff Owens about their first 5 years, latest releases, and the upcoming two-night party celebrating the label in LA on November 16 and 17th.
Tunes by El Radio Fantastique, Rude Dude and the Creek Freaks, Cobra Man, Kramies and more!
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.
Time to Buddy the Elf this and bust out some Holiday tunes to kick off the show. Plus all sorts of great new music in the mix. Turn it up!
This week we chat with the eccentric, dramatic and epic rocker Scott Yoder and listen to his most recent LP—tune in!
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.
Big tours and shows coming up for the end of 2018 from the Disco Biscuits, Lotus, Widespread Panic, and more
Big Bliss is bringing pop punk to the indie world with their newest album ‘At Middle Distance.’
We lead off with some new music from old friends, Mancino, followed by an album track from Stove’s new one and singles from Westerman, Ten Fé, and Royal Trux.
The Listening Booth is all new with alt from Miss World, electronica from FADE, + blues and R&B w/Doe Paoro and The Royal Pendletons!
The solo project from The Coax frontman focuses on musical experimentation and the life of a vampire.
New music time! Check out brand new songs from Sat. Nite Duets, Sunshine And The Rain, The Dirty Nil, Papercuts, Pill, and more this week as we take a brief detour from our usual record label…
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!
LUMPS is the musical beast created by Aaron Hester. Previously West Coast-based, the solo project-turned-trio-turned-Brooklyn band has certainly seen some changes, but what’s remained is Hester’s catchy, garage pop style. With King Pizza Records Big Cheese/Mad Doctors skins-pounding maniac Greg Hanson on drums, local guitar legend and enemy of sleeves on shirts Jon Mann shredding, and Rich Seibert handling bass action, LUMPS is a force to be reckoned with. They took the live room at Serious Business by storm for this fun-filled session. LUMPS is currently recording the follow-up record to 2016’s Curses! Listen to the audio podcast for more music and interview.
Today’s set kicks off with a Halloween inspired mix. Next up, Bottle Rockets have dropped a new album called Bit Logic and we’ve got the title track for you. Plus, DJ Emily’s got all of the most played albums on the site to round out today’s set with a BTR Top 10 Remix.
Neighbor Lady has already made quite an impression on us here at BTRtoday with their debut album, snagging a top artist of the week nod in June. And they’ve only continued to get love on our various podcasts since then. The Atlanta-based band plays incredibly charming, reverby, country-tinged indie rock with the secret weapon of lead singer Emily Braden’s powerful vocals. Check out this special performance recorded live at Serious Business Music in Brooklyn. Maybe Later is available now on Friendship Fever. Listen to the audio podcast for more music and interview.
This week listen to Paloma’s Hand, the latest EP by Sibille Attar and have an in-studio chat with the artist herself—tune in!
Diving into reggae rock band Common Kings’ latest album, “One Day.”
Sick of compromising and being told what to do, she dropped her big label and released her newest album independently.
The Dodos are back and touring with a new album ‘Certainty Waves’ that’s #1 this week on BTRtoday.
This week, we cover our YouTube watching habits, the nature of prog rock, biomusicology, and more! We also check out new tunes from Justin Dean Thomas, Surfbort, Doe Paoro, We Are The City, Cloud…
A ghoulishly good pre-Halloween mix awaits in The Listening Booth w/new Cat Power, Radical Face, & epic site news w/Lord Sonny The Unifier!
Anna St. Louis, Doe Paoro, Munya and Helena Deland are new on the show. Enjoy this all-female music mix. It’s one hour of music that you won’t want to miss.
Those who listen to BTRtoday’s music podcast surely know we’re fans of The Duke Of Surl (aka Will Brown). Now, he’s finally graced us with a Live Studio session. Dressed in fully appropriate…
Pioneer Works is a non-profit cultural center in Red Hook, Brooklyn. The arts institution recently launched a record label under their publishing umbrella with new music from Miss Information (Miho…
Music courtesy of Les Big Byrd, Cat Power, Death Valley Girls and more!
Punk rockers brand new and pioneers came out to get everyone boogying down last Friday night.
The legendary Jesse R. Berlin stops by to talk about his illustrious career and why he’s decided to end it and go into witness protection. He shares details about his final show, his new album, his…
October has brought tons new music. IT’S VERY EXCITING—tune in to hear some killer rock ‘n’ roll & punk rock!
The twangy rocker from Nashville gets bluesy and dark in his newest album ‘Bohemian Mechanics.’
New music from Anna St. Louis starts off the show. Our most played album of the week, which comes from Cat Power, will close the show today. Tons of new music in between from Amber Arcades, Tim Cohen, Adrianne Lenker and more.
Mike Pace, formerly of Brooklyn post-punks Oxford Collapse, is back with another excellent batch of catchy tunes from his eponymous project. While we last saw Mike in an acoustic phase (doing…
This week we chat w/ Dodos’ frontman Meric Long and listen to their most recent album Certainty Waves. Tune-in! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_YJATSwyVcE The Dodos…
The indie duo has been together for over ten years but still sound unique and play from the heart.
New music out of the String Cheese Incident’s recording studio and band HQ, SCI Sound Lab
Cat Power is back and in full throttle with her robust voice and emotional tracks.
This week, we play (and, duh, react to) nothing but singles. We have new ones from Anemone, Girlpool, Soccer Mommy, Speedy Ortiz, and Go Dark. Plus we may be building a time machine?
Take a flashback in The Listening Booth & fill the void of CMJ w/a re-discovery mix from those playing the college radio festival in NYC!
Ann St. Louis kicks off the show with new music from her debut LP- If Only There Was A River. Matt Krahula and the Nightmare River band are new to the mix. Turn up.
They found love in a hopeless place—but was it really the romance of the century or just a really messed up situation?
Joanna Teters is a Brooklyn-based singer, songwriter, and bandleader. From soul to blues and reggae, her smoky, captivating voice is more than capable of genre-hopping. Backed by an ace group of…
This is a first: we’re checking back in on a previously featured label for the THIRD time. Father/Daughter Records is a great one, and it’s been another busy year for them, so we’re getting a look at…
Pittsburgh – based outfit Rave Ami make their debut on the show today. Their album, All Great Bands Break Up, is out now on Misra Records. You’ll also hear tracks from John Grant’s latest album, Love is Magic, Cat Power, Helena Deland and Leem of Earth. Plus, stay tuned for artists that I highlighted on my October edition of Spotlight on the City in which I featured St. Louis, Missouri.
New tracks from Aussie pop punkers Bleeding Knees Club, sultry vocalist Cat Power and more—tune-in if you like good music!
None of that “Monster Mash” b.s.—your friends might die of pure fright after hearing how cool this playlist is.
The Rareflowers is a trio based in New Brunswick, New Jersey, comprised of brothers Jimmy and Kane Maraday and drummer Aaron Gollubier. The band’s basement DIY show-honed psychedelic power-pop style…
His recent EP collaboration with Jay Som reveals a softer side to the blossoming singer-songwriter.
Laura Jane Grace and the Devouring Mothers kick off the show once again this week. They’ve now dropped a second single from their forthcoming album and we’ve got it for you. Fallow Ground dropped some new tunes this week as well and we’ve got an awesome Cat Power track that features Lana Del Ray.
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.
Special spotlight on Rubblebucket’s new album “Sun Machine,” an impressively danceable, fun collection that tackles breakups and other tough stuff.
Molly Burch takes the lead with her smooth and sultry voice paired to catchy sweet melodies.
This week we get turned on to excellent new music from Timmy’s Organism, Les Big Byrd, Miss Information, David August, and Dead Tooth, all while managing to talk about just about anything and…
DJRePete is in the Listening Booth, spinning brand new alt from The Sharp Shadows, autumn throwbacks from the likes of Blitzen Trapper, and trippy goodness from Hypoluxo. Plus, some new music facts to go with the autumn throwbacks, including the story behind Adrianne Lenker’s recent solo album after years of touring as a part of Big Thief. And though the festival might be done in Bavaria, Oktoberfest is still going strong in Arizona where BTRtoday band Wyves is playing this weekend. All that, and Neko Case 2019 US tour news on a packed Listening Booth on BTRtoday!
Starting the show with the lead single off the debut LP from Laura Jane Grace and the Devouring Mothers. New tunes from Cat Power and Madeline Kenny. And, Ruby Boots is going on tour. Find out all the details on today’s all-female music mix.
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’re checking out new music from Cat Power, Adrianne Lenker, Wild Nothing, Madeline Kenney, and Molly Burch while digging into the playlist archives to show some love to more tracks from…
Momma, Molly Burch, Villagers and more on The Jaunt today!
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.
Get in the fall mood with some rock ‘n’ roll and some moody indie. All brand new tunes, of course! 
The 10-piece just keeps growing and throwing down the nastiest beats you’ll ever love.
Spooky Cool is a band from Richmond, Virginia, fronted by Zac Hryciak. The group’s music is difficult to define. They certainly draw on familiar sounds from rock, classical, punk, and pop, but the result is a unique creation all their own. The band stopped by Serious Business Music in Brooklyn to give us an exclusive look at how they craft their sonic surprises. Every Thing Ever is available now from Citrus City Records. Listen to the audio podcast for more music and interview.
Music from St. Louis, Missouri – based artists including Little Big Bangs, Pealds, David Beeman, Devon Cahill and more!
Laura Jane Grace of Against Me! fame is dropping her debut solo effort under the name Laura Jane Grace & the Devouring Mothers on November 9th. We’ve got the debut single from the album to kick off the show. Plus a BTR Top 10 remix is in store. You’ll hear all the most played albums on the site and get a taste of the best new indie music out there.
This week we’ve got frontman of Dante High on the phone & we listen to their debut self-titled album—tune in! 
The self-titled album is filled with pop ballads and danceable beats, but also has a spooky side.
Welcoming Medeski Martin & Wood to the Jam Session family with a spotlight on their new album, “Omnisphere,” featuring Alarm Will Sound.
This week the lovely Mothers leads at #1 with her newest album ‘Render Another Ugly Method.’
We have new singles by Monteagle, Django Django, and PAINT. And we have new album tracks from Kero Kero Bonito, Madeline Kenney, and Adrianne Lenker. Q: What else could you want? A: Nothing.
Join The Listening Booth for a music discovery mix including addictive electro alternative from Wild Nothing + a throwback from Chairlift!
A Deer A Horse has been bubbling up in the local Brooklyn scene for the past few years. When we first encountered them back in 2015, they were only just starting to show signs of what would come in the following years of writing, recording, living, and touring. Now, with several extensive tours and life changes behind them, the trio is working a full metal tilt — heavier, darker, and far more intense than ever. The “Double Wide” single is available now.
A Deer A Horse has been bubbling up in the local Brooklyn scene for the past few years. When we first encountered them back in 2015, they were only just starting to show signs of what would come in…
The pop rock band has a feisty new music video for their debut single and it’ll get your butt moving.
Marijuana Deathsquads, Broncho, Spirit of the Beehive and more!
OMG. GUYS. New Vibrations is on its 100th episode & we’re partying it up with a two-hour special of rockin’ jams—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.
Matt Krahula & the Nightmare River Band are brand new to rotation. Plus a new song from William Elliott Whitmore and a BTR Top 10 remix. Enjoy the two-hours of tunes.
Citris is the grunge-inflected Brooklyn pop band headed up by singer/guitarist Angelina Torreano. Her heavy-hooked, sludgy riffs and tastefully dynamic verse-chorus-verse vibes are fleshed out by…
This week we chat with U.K.’s lovely Miss World and listen to her debut solo album ‘Keeping Up With Miss World’—tune in!
The London-born musician just released her debut album, which she describes as one big elaborate selfie.
Record label Royal Potato Family shares their latest releases from Chris Lightcap, decker., and Robert Walter’s 20th Congress
This week,Toronto’s Dilly Dally is back and taking the top spot with their newest album ‘Heaven!’
In which we don’t really talk about the songs, because J’s off working on some super duper top secret project (watching movies), BTRtoday Music Drector Lottie is back in the hot seat, free…
The Listening Booth is all-new w/Great Lake Swimmers, electronica with Bob Moses, and addictive alternative from Hotel Mira!
The ladies are bringing it for today’s mix. Ladies Skate debuts from Hello June and Rachel Bachman. Plus Madeline Leman and The Desert Swells and more. Turn up the music for this all-female music show.
Looms is a Brooklyn indie rock band made up of Sharif (vocal, keys, guitar), Harry (guitar), Andy, (bass), Louis (drums). The group’s versatile sound seamlessly weaves from groovy, chill vibes to…
For our 100th episode, we’re revisiting Exploding In Sound Records, the label we first featured back on episode 52 with our first record label interview. One year later, we’re catching up on the many…
October is upon us. Ohmme and Renata Zeiguer play C’mon Everybody on 10/2. Lomelda plays The Bowery Ballroom on 10/7. Gracie Mansion plays Gold Sounds on 10/18. Oh Sees plays Warsaw on 10/19. Guided…
Moshing like crazy and crowd surfing for a full 10 minutes to punk rock is exactly what the doctor prescribed.
They formed in the East Coast cold and moved to the West Coast sunshine—now they’re cranking out some killer new tunes.
Matt Weidauer is brand new to The Tryst today with music off his latest album. Plus new music from Rachel Bachman and a BTR Top 10 Remix.
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…
This week I call up solo artist Fred Thomas to have a chat and listen to his latest album Aftering, out now!
He was the type of guy always playing in multiple bands, now he’s a solo artist and just put out a new LP.
The John Butler Trio returns to North America this fall for a 20-date tour in support of a new album
Animal Electricity’s newest album ‘Beginning To See The Light’ is number one this week.
It’s nothing but singles in this week’s episode. We’ve got new ones from Cat Power (featuring Lana Del Rey), Morabeza Tobacco, Pom Poko, FADE, Tasha, and Baxter Dury, Etienne de Crécy &…
An Autumn Equinox mix in The Listening Booth w/seasonal tracks from Neko Case & Blitzen Trapper + new alt w/Honyock & blues w/Curse of Lono
The Brooklyn six-piece released their debut surrounded by friends on stage and off.
There’s almost too much amazing new music on the episode to list. But, let’s try to do it anyway. New tunes from Matt Weidauer, Madeline Leman and the Desert Swells, The New Zeitgeist, Kyler Morrison Band and more!
Figureight Records is a fascinating new label and collective connected to the Brooklyn-based studio (Figure 8) and Shahzad Ismaily. Here, we spend an hour with label manager Hildur Maral via Skype,…
Dilly Dally, Spiritualized, Demob Happy, The Brutalists, Advance Base and more!
Fall is approaching and so is some brand new rock ‘n’ roll. Tune in and get in the mood.
While these punk rockers traveled far and wide, they ended up in the same place night after night: music city, baby.
Brand new music from The Human Condition out of San Francisco. We’ve got the lead single and title track from The Bottle Rocket’s forthcoming album. There is also music from The New Zeitgeist as well as a BTR Top 10 remix with music from 10 of the most played albums on the site!
We barely made it out alive from our second photo-taking foray into Brooklyn no-ring wrestling.
We’re chatting w/ frontman of Chicago-based band Sonny Falls & spinning their latest ‘Some Kind of Specter.’ 
Frontman tells BTRtoday about the damage heroin addiction had on his friends and the songs it inspired.
Checking out Northern California festival offerings like the inaugural Sweetwater In The Sun and Hardly Strictly Bluegrass
The Beths knock down Oh Sees to number two, taking the spot at the top of the list.
This is the episode in which we make sense of it all. Every lingering questions. Every tricky riddle. Every hankering hankering. You know what we mean. We also receive a transmission in regards to…
The final Listening Booth of the summer season (for real this time) has the return of BC Camplight and a sunsetting jazz set with Pram.
Madeline Leman and The Desert Swells are our artist spotlight. Plus new music from Ex-Debutante and The New Zeitgeist. Enjoy this all-female music mix on BTR!
This week we’re taking a look at the Rochester, NY-based label, Dadstache Records. Currently in its 5th year, owner JT Fitzgerald joins us on the phone to talk about the label’s beginnings, the…
Tunes from Dilly Dally, Insecure Men, Blood Orange and more!
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.
It’s hump day & time to get back to a regular programming of BRAND SPANKIN’ NEW SONGS—tune in!
Music from Dallas ,Texas – based artists including Midnight Opera, Robert Jones, A. J. LeGrand and more!
Neighbor Lady has already made quite an impression on us here at BTRtoday with their debut album, snagging a top artist of the week nod in June. And they’ve only continued to get love on our various…
From Pittsburgh to D.C., these gritty NYC rockers took me on a wild ride full of chaos and punk rock.
New music in rotation from Madeline Leman and the Desert Swells, Kyler Morrison Band and Ex Debutante. Plus some old favs and a Top 10 remix. Turn it up.
We’ve got Maxband on this week’s show—a side project of members from Parquet Courts, A Beacon School & Bob Dylan Deathwatch. Tune in!
The newest project from band members of Parquet Courts, A Beacon School and Bob Dylan Deathwatch.
Scoping out the fall tours for the Motet and STS9, as well as fall albums from Keller Williams and Blues Traveler.
Oh Sees are back without the ‘The’ and are on the top of our list with their newest album ‘Smote Reverser.’
New singles from BRONCHO, Hippo Campus, and Skylar Spence. And new album tracks from Teleman and Neil & Liam Finn.
DJRePete marks 13 years on the BTRtoday airwaves today w/a throwback mix: alt from Throw Me the Statue, RAC remixes, & beats w/High Decibels
Pearl Charles has been hard at work since last we saw her in Austin in 2016. The Los Angeles-based folk musician released her debut full length earlier this year and has been performing and touring ever since. Her catchy alt-country songs have an incredibly sweet Americana sensibility with an edge, which is served well by the huge rock sound of her recording and live band. She stopped by with the whole gang for this session at Serious Business Music in Brooklyn. Sleepless Dreamer is available now from Kanine Records. Listen to the audio podcast for more music and interview.
This week we’re revisiting Castle Face Records, diving in for a full episode with plenty of music from the deep catalogs of Thee Oh Sees, OCS, Oh Sees, and much much more from the label.
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.
This week jam out to tons of really great new ones from all over the world, like U.K.’s IDLES and Chicago’s OHMME. xoxo
The NYC punkers are all about moshing with friends, loving their cat and screaming fast songs about dying.
Debuting a track from Anna St. Louis’s upcoming release. A brand new track from Murder By Death. Plus, we are re-mixing the BTR Top 10. Enjoy the best new indie albums all in one spot.
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.
The Ardmore Music Hall celebrates its fifth anniversary this month with an eclectic lineup of shows from artists like Giant Panda Guerilla Dub Squad, Marco Benevento, and Railroad Earth
NYC’s own Beechwood takes the lead this week with their newest album ‘Inside The Flesh Hotel.’
Lottie sits in for JLM once again as we make our way through some new singles from Nicole Yun, Idles, and Scott Orr, and check out album cuts from the latest releases by Blood Orange, PILE, and…
We’re celebrating (the not end of) summer in the Listening Booth w/surf rock from The Creation Factory & Echo Courts!
Brand new track from Anna St. Louis and her upcoming release. Plus an artist spotlight on Whitney Ballen.
Kris Gruen has done quite a bit of touring and writing since he last visited us at BTR Live Studio 6 years ago. His latest album was primarily written in California, though still strongly represents his New York roots and long-time home of Vermont. It involves plenty of strong collaborators as usual, but here Gruen drops by Serious Business Music in Brooklyn for an intimate solo performance. Coast and Refuge is available now from Mother West. Listen to the audio podcast for more music and interview.
A selection of long songs for these hazy end-of-summer days.
New tunes from Saintseneca, Baked, Lung, Calicoco and more!
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.
This week get ready to blow your eardrums out with new ones by some classic contemporary punk rockers, just listen for yourself! 
Though the song about smoke breaks is what put them on the map, they’ve been working hard on big and better things.
Labrys out of Oklahoma kick off the show. There is a Top 10 remix to take you out. And, brand new music in between from Hellbilly HeartThrob out of Wisconsin.
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.
Spotlight on the first-ever Waterloo Music Festival in Austin from September 7 – 9
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.
Fetch a dog days of summer mix in The Listening Booth today where DJRePete dives into the origins of the time to some dog-inspired tunes!
Debuting music from Hellbilly HeartThrob on the mix today. Plus, new music from Chet Vincent. Swampmeat Family Band and Bonny Doon are in the mix as well.
This week we’re taking a look at Grand Jury, an independent record label founded in NYC in 2014. Robbie Mackey (half of the team leading the label, along with Craig Winkler) joins us in the studio to…
Though their newest album ‘Poach’ came out 8/3, they had to have late-but-raging record release party at the Brooklyn staple venue.
Sweet tunes from Pram, Zook, Oh Sees, Rubblebucket and more!
We dabble in electronic & pop this week along with our usual garage-y take on music—tune in!
We chat with the musical brothers about the video’s Twin Peaks/Tarantino inspirations & their upcoming debut album.
Quichenight is the project headed up by Nashville-based musician Brett Rosenberg, blending cool, quirky pop with catchy rock for those tasty laid-back grooves. The band dropped by Serious Business…
Jeremy and the Harlequins have dropped a new album and label mates, Born Ruffians announced new tour dates in support of their latest release. Get all the info, plus two-hours of music on today’s show.
We took a ‘Walk On The Wild Side’ and saw some NYC rock ‘n’ roll landmarks with music city tour guide Jesse Rifkin.
This week we get sultry with Cornelia Murr and chat about life, music and much more—tune in!
“It feels comfortable to walk the earth now with a little bit more of my personality out there.”
Spotlight on the new album from Umphrey’s McGee, “It’s You,” plus a peek at the Hangtown Music Festival.
Dirty Projectors take the lead this week with their new album ‘Lamp Lit Prose.’
In yet another tangent-filled episode, we manage to squeeze in listening to 6 new (and newish) songs, leaning heavily on a few new releases from record labels previously featured on The Subliminal…
The Listening Booth gets trippy and electro alt today with R&B beats with S4U and electro from The Good Life Experience performer 77:78!
Today’s mix features new music from Free Cake For Everyone and Tomberlin. Plus, an artist spotlight on The Beths featuring tracks from their debut album, “Future Me Hates Me”.
The badass bands played a sold out Rough Trade covered in glitter & tattoos, welcoming everyone to boldly be themselves.
This week we’re catching up on new releases and recent favorites once again, with great new stuff from Oh Sees, Odetta Hartman, Thin Lips and more!
Music courtesy of The Happy Fits, Free Cake For Every Creature, Phantastic Ferniture, Oh Sees and more!
“I’ve been enjoying it and I think people do too—love doesn’t go out of style.”
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).…
Everybody’s vacations are ending & now we feel lost—at least we’ve got these sweet new jams to keep us company! 
Zeppelin’s serial song theft has been in the spotlight since 2014, but it goes back much longer than that.
Music from Brattleboro, Vermont – based artists including Pinedrop, The Gaslight Tinkers, OSABA, Belle Machine and more!
We’re saying “Goodbye Summer” with Shannon Shaw. There’s a new number one on the Top 10 portion of the show. And, it all starts off with Aeves.
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.”
Spotlight on the West Coast Cosmic Americana duo Mapache’s self-titled album
This week, AP Simpson’s ‘Newly Almost Famous’ lands our #1 spot.
Gabriel Birnbaum from Wilder Maker stops by to chat with J about the band’s new single, “Gotta Get My Money,” off their album, Zion, which was just released from Northern Spy Records.
DJRePete has the latest rock from Dott, int’l atl via El Pan Blanco, and the very real and bare origins of The Nude Party who lived the name
It’s the dog days of summer but you can keep it indie cool with our playlist.
Northern Spy has been “Documenting Modern Music Since 2010” – the eclective Brooklyn record label is known for releasing interesting, challenging music in a variety of genres from jazz to rock and pop…
“August rain: the best of the summer gone, and the new fall not yet born. The odd uneven time.” ― Sylvia Plath
This week we start partying & come down with some trippy hazy babies—it’s the entire life span of a party.
The NYC band of falafel rockers bring glitter, punk rock and chaos to every show they play—did we mention glitter?
The Beths are a rock band based in Auckland, New Zealand, founded by lead singer/songwriter Elizabeth Stokes and guitarist Jonathan Pearce. Blending cool, catchy riff rock with fun vocals — from all four band members, no less — the band has a likeably addictive sound. They stopped by Serious Business Music in Brooklyn to share some tunes ahead of their debut full length record release. Future Me Hates Me from The Beths will be available August 10, 2018 from Carpark Records. Listen to the audio podcast for more music and interview.
The Tryst is the perfect two-hours of tunes for your Tuesday. Today’s episode features LA-based grunge rockers Goon, our most played artist of the week on BTR.
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.
Special 3-track spotlight on the new album from the Jaden Carlson Band, “Keep It Movin’.”
This week we’ve got Goon’s ‘Dusk Of Punk/Happy Omen’ coming in hot as #1.
Coffee gets spilled, new singles and album tracks get listened to (and reacted to), and we try to remember when last we heard from Madeline Kenney (it wasn’t that long ago). As always, you can reach…
Get on over to The Listening Booth has new alt w/Flasher, a jazz set via Sun Ra, & the origins of true NY band PMS & the Mood Swings!
Valley Queen are the artist spotlight on today’s mix with tracks from their debut album. There’s music from Caroline Says and Neko Case in the mix. And, the show kicks off with new music from Aeves, who have DJ Emily completely smitten.
Colatura is a new NYC garage-pop band. With classic pop vocals by bassist Jennica, shimmery lead guitar and backing vocals by Digo (The Teen Age), and powerhouse drums by Rich (Gunfight!, The New…
Photos of a chaotic and lawless sex, drugs & rock ‘n’ roll adventure at the musical haven called Meltasia.
It’s been a year since we checked in with local NYC label Greenway Records, so we invited founder Harry Portnof in to share some new music and chat about the label and it’s short but busy three year…
New music from Pittsburgh – based artist, Chet Vincent. His latest album, Where the Earth Opens Wide, is out now on Misra Records.
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…
A music festival catered to the coolest of the cool—not only rock out to your favorite bands, but also party with them later.
Brand new music from Ty Segall & White Fence starts off the show. There’s new music from Kim Richey. Plus, a BTR Top 10 remix, that features BTR’s most played artist this week, Momma.
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.
Jambands are going international with events like Slightly Stoopid’s Closer To The Sun in Mexico and Gov’t Mule’s Island Exodus in Jamaica
L.A.-based indie band Momma stealing the lead this week with their new emotionally soaked album ‘Interloper.’
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…
Lollapalooza takes center stage in The Listening Booth this week with a survival kit mix for festival goers from Post Animal & CHVRCHES!
Kim Richey is new to the mix. We’ve got a new track off a collaboration album from Dave Alvin and Jimmie Dale Gilmore. Plus a whole lot more.
Here we are, once again, with our semi-regularly-scheduled “catching up on new music” episode of the show! With some great new stuff from the labels you know and love (from listening to this show, of…
New tunes from Champagne Superchillin, Astronauts, etc., yOya and more!
In a BTRtoday exclusive interview, the former members of Diarrhea Planet explain their recent breakup.
We are jammin’ out this week to some of the most fun tunes hitting the street! Whether it’s punk rock or pop get ready to shake that thang.
They’re looking for female/ non-binary musicians to join them on their Girls Rock London & Girls Rock Camp Alliance tour.
We chat with experimental indie group ackerman about their newest song “Loverboy” and what’s coming in the near future.
Kim Richey Starts off the show. Goon makes their Top 10 debut and are featured during the set at the end of the show. Plus music from The Ophelias, Bonny Doon and our number one artist this week, Ben Caplan.
This week Mother Feather came by the studio fully caffeinated & ready to talk about music, life & rockin’ the glam metal.
With their debut LP under their belt, Mother Feather has locked themselves up to bleed out new tunes.
West Coast Cosmic Americana duo Mapache joins the Jam Session family.
This week Ben Caplan takes over the top spot with his album ‘Old Stock!’
This week is all about brand new singles (and one track that isn’t exactly a single but come on give us break, wouldya?!)! Follow along as we take your ears down a long, winding road of tangents,…
DJRePete has alt rock w/Petal, a throwback from Laura Marling, & electronica w/self-proclaimed progressive weirdness of Let’s Eat Grandma!
There’s an artist spotlight on Kim Richey in today’s show. Shannon Shaw is back on the show. Plus new music from The Ophelias.
This week we head north to the excellent New England music town of Burlington, VT to chat with Toby Aronson from the 10-year-old label NNA Tapes about formats (they don’t JUST release tapes), aiming…
Henrik Appel, Hana Vu, Halo Maud and more on The Jaunt!
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…
We rock out to so many good bands this week with tons of music from albums that don’t even come out until the fall—tune in!
I met up with NY-based musician Matt Stevenson in Ridgewood, Queens to chat about his new project Jane Church.
Robbie Fulks & Linda Gail Lewis are collaborating on a new album due out in August and we have the lead single from the album to kick off the show. There’s also some Sarah Shook news and a BTR Top 10 Remix to end the show!
This week we chat w/ and listen to the mighty oxymoron band from NYC, God Tiny! Tune-in!
While they’re not the holy rollers their name conveys, God Tiny uses rock ‘n’ roll to help discover inner passions.
Special three-track spotlight on the new album from Slightly Stoopid, “Everyday Life, Everyday People.”
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…
Hit up The Listening Booth for blues alt with RF Shannon, Gogole Bordello + Ben Caplan, and .357 Lover—who play Bushwick Starr tonight!
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.
Josh Higgins of the Charlotte, NC-based label Refresh Records joins us by phone to chat about the 3-year old label. We check out music from Echo Courts, Emily Donohue, Cuzco, and more before digging…
Mo Douglas is back with his third album, Breakfast at the Continental, which is out now on Ten Dollar Recording Company!
Joan As Police Woman, from featured artist on BTRtoday to an enchanting set at Nublu 151 in NYC.
The five-year-old celebration of small concert spaces comes to the States this week.
This week we jam out to some real awesome tunes from some real awesome bands—you gotta tune in! 
Music from Anchorage, Alaska – based artists including Termination Dust, Bricks & Honey, Emma Hill, Chartreuse Noose and more!
It’s the day we’ve all been waiting for—the debut record release show for the one and only The Nude Party.
Joan As Police Woman is playing in NYC tonight before she heads to Europe. Today’s show kicks off with music from her latest release and that’s followed by two full hours of music for you to jam out to this Tuesday.
This week we chat with U.K. based artist L.A. Salami and listen to his latest album City of Bootmakers—tune in!
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…
U.K. musician L.A. Salami says he tries his best to capture that first-time sync with his music in the studio.
Special multi-track spotlight on the new album from Oakland, California’s Howlin Rain.
The holiday threw our usual top 30 off, but we’re brining you guys our top 10 w/ indie rockers Deeper leading the way!
This week, Bryan’s driving the unicycle, all the way up to Canada! Not sure what we mean? Listen in and then give us a ring at (408) SUB-INEV!
DJRePete has soulful beats w/Kadhja Bonet + Neko Case & a set playing BTRtoday+StereoActiveNYC’s Independent Venue Week show at Pianos!
Today on the all-female music mix, we will be showcasing tracks from Shannon Shaw and her new release, “Shannon In Nashville.” Plus new tunes from Hana Vu and Halo Maud.
Pronounced ‘Man-Who-Hey,’ this brand new Brooklyn three-piece is the most fun and lively heavy metal band in NYC.
We’re halfway through 2018, so it’s time to take a quick look back at the past 6 months of new music! Think of it as a refresher as we head into the second half of the year of listening – by no means…
Tunes from the best albums from the first half of 2018. Dig it.
Did you know that Hulk Hogan sings about being American in front of the world’s worst green screen?
This week we get down ‘n’ dirty for the 4th (’cause I’m not too happy with America right now) & listen to some badass new music!
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…
Our number one artist of the week, Sam Evian is in the mix. Plus new tunes from Daisy O’Connor, Brent Amaker and more. Zone out for two hours and enjoy this tracks alongside DJ Emily.
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.
Dating back to 1977, bluegrass festival Huck Finn Jubilee welcomes Keller Williams and Yonder Mountain String Band this October
Sam Evian leads the way this week with his sad folk/indie tunes that’s pulling everybody’s heartstrings.
Mr. Kyle Wilson, from the band Milagres, stops by to discuss the band’s new single, “Pindrop,” with Bryan. He also shares details about their recording process for an imminent new album that’s…
Join DJRePete in the Listening Booth for new alt w/Sam Evian, new beats with Nightmares on Wax, and the latest album by Neko Case!
DJ Emily has your alternative to the pop country on terrestrial radio. Get your alt-country fix today with new music from Brent Amaker, Bonny Doon and Daisy O’Connor.
This week, we take a look at the brand new Brooklyn-based label, Chaikan Records. Founded by Brian Chase (drummer from Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Man Forever, Beach Creeps, etc), the label’s initial releases -…
Gabrielle Marlena, Anemone, MOURN and more!
This week’s playlist is pretty romantic, actually. So cuddle up with that summer fling & listen to these new tunes!
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.
I don’t know how so much music is in this mix … but it is. Har Mar Superstar starts it off. Peter Oren and Ty Richards are smack dab in the middle. And, there is music from our number one artist of the week, Las Rosas in the BTR Top 10 remix.
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.
Festival spotlight on the 2018 Suwannee Hulaween, featuring String Cheese Incident, STS9, Galactic and more
Las Rosas’ sultry and sensitive rockin’ album ‘Shadow By Your Side’ takes the lead this week.
Nikkie McLeod’s new single, “Deep Cry” is featured in this episode. J. McVay spoke with Nikkie about the song, the upcoming EP, and the special connection the music has to their family and…
The Listening Booth marks BTRtoday’s 13th bday w/new Distractor, blues via Sharon Jones & the Dap-Kings, & early tunes from Matisyahu!
Get all of the best new indie music in one spot. The twist? We’re showcasing some of the best female talent out there. This week, includes an artist spotlight on Melody’s Echo Chamber.
A list of fiction novels about music or written by musicians—books by Leonard Cohen, Nick Cave, Jimmy Buffett and more.
Once again, we turn our attention towards the Nashville-based label, YK Records. A longtime friend of Bryan’s, the label’s founder, Michael Eades (who also runs a podcast network called We Own This…
Summer, summer, summertime!
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…
We start off punk rock, we end up country. It’s quite a ride—tune in!
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.
Two-hours of tunes for your Tuesday. A BTR Top 10 countdown remix. New music galore. Turn up the volume and let’s get through this work week.
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.
Spotlight on the Night Lights Music Festival featuring Lotus, The Motet, and Octave Cat.
The bubbly and witchy Peach Kelli Pop leads the way this week, with Beach Skulls & Deeper coming in second and third.
There’s lots of psychedelicness in this episode, along with some retro vibes here and there. Other things you can expect in this episode are emphatic, clattering grooves, smoothness, talk of…
Dive into The Listening Booth for an 80s esc power rock spotlight w/BTRToday newcomer Turbonegro + electro w/GUM & alt w/Las Rosas!
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…
Time for a break from the record label features, as we dive into other new music from the past couple of months, including new releases from Scott Orr, Boy Azooga, Ari Roar, Frog Eyes, Bernice, and much, much more!
For Esmé, Flasher, Goon and much, much more on this edition of The Jaunt.
Two nights of rock ‘n’ roll brought to you by The Mystery Lights, Ad Hoc and Modern Sky USA.
This week we’ve got our usual punk rock & garage indie songs for you, but we’ve also got some country music influenced jams—it’s badass.
Varsity is a Chicago band with an especially shimmery take on indie pop, drawing on classic rock ‘n roll grooves without sounding derivative of anything in particular, which is rare and highly…
Music from Albany, NY – based artists including Moon Worship, Mystery Girl, Modern Psychics plus bands from Cacophone Records.
We chat with Canadian punker guitarist Philippe Charbonneau about this newest song and its insanely intense music video.
New tunes from Neko Case, Sam Evian, Tancred and more. Plus a BTR Top 10 remix.
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.
Spotlight on the 28th annual High Sierra Music Festival featuring interviews with the Motet’s lead singer Lyle Divinsky and festival producer Rebecca Sparks.
This week BTRtoday is all about the psych-punk band from Alabama, The Burning Peppermints.
It’s one of those weeks on The Music Digest where we just happen to have the good fortune of stumbling ass-backwards onto a crop of excellent new music, some from artists we’ve never heard of, some…
Festival fever continues in The Listening Booth where DJRePete is spinning a mix of performers at BOTH the Bonnaroo this weekend and the Northside Festival still going strong in Williamsburg Brooklyn.…
NADINE is a project bringing together Nadia Hulett (Phantom Posse), and Brooklyn’s dynamic production/live band duo of Carlos Hernandez and Julian Fader (both of Ava Luna and Gravesend Recordings).…
For their first night, The Voidz were joined by fellow Cult Record artists Surfbort and Promiseland.
For this week’s record label feature, Jake Saunders of Ramp Local joins us to chat about the label’s unique origin, and to dive into some of the fascinating stories behind its artists and…
The Magic Numbers, Neko Case, Daisy O’Connor and more on The Jaunt!
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…
We start off angsty & pissed off, but end sweet & in love. New music every week—tune in!
Barlow’s great gift is in distilling the essence of folk music. With a punk rockers impatience, he strips away the ornamentation of folk.
Lou Barlow, Shana Falana & The Goon Sax 6/7 @ 7PM at Knitting Factory, Brooklyn—$15 ADV / $17 DOS, All Ages.
New music from Luke Winslow-King. Plus a Top 10 Remix to end the show, including music from our number one artist of the week, Neighbor Lady.
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.
Phish and Widespread Panic announcement their fall tours, and Garaj Mahal makes a comeback
Neighbor Lady tops our charts this week with Las Rosas, Peach Kelli Pop and Speedy Ortiz coming up right behind them.
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 wall-to-wall Northside in The Listening Booth, previewing festival talent: Penguin Prison, Deerhoof, and BTRtoday showcase performers!
Luke Winslow-King has a new album and we’re playing tracks off of it. Plus music from Trace Mountains, Bonny Doon and more.
Zac Thomas of 10 Foot Woody Records joins us by phone from the record label’s home in Columbia, South Carolina for an introduction to their releases!
It’s already 80-something degrees out. It’s time to spend those long summer nights in debauchery and rock ‘n’ roll.
New music that sounds like the soundtrack to your favorite reoccurring nightmare! It’s punk rock, it’s experimental, it’s freaky. Tune-in!
We chat with drummer Danny Wagner about their new and old material, becoming rock stars overnight and social media trolls.
Frankie Simone, Ty Richards and Neighbor Lady are some of DJ Emily’s recent favorites. Tune in to hear tracks from all of these artists and more.
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.
Exploring four unique festivals including Bonnaroo, Jam Cruise, Camp Euforia and Live In Lincoln Park.
The Amazing hold up to their name and top our weekly charts with their newest album ‘In Transit.’
New and/or newish tunes abound in this episode. This time by Empresarios, Ty Richards, Remember Sports, Jennifer Castle, and Frog Eyes. And our favorite caller calls in to let us know he’s…
Surf’s up in The Listening Booth as we kick off summer with beach vibes from Eels, High Waisted, and longtime BTRtoday band Mudhoney!
Double shots of new music from Haley Blais, Sarah Mary Chadwick and Jennifer Castle. Plus an artist spotlight on Neighbor Lady.
Oracle Room is the musical project of Brooklyn-based songwriter and singer Alex Nelson. Tapping into some sort of hazy cosmic wavelength, this super tight and highly skilled band’s songs float through the air, dropping bits of pop, rock, and dance textures around as they go, all carried by Nelson’s captivating vocal melodies. The band stopped by Serious Business Music in Brooklyn to share some tunes with us for this session. Out There EP is available now. Listen to the audio podcast for more music and interview.
A playlist filled with new music, picks from recently featured record labels, and random awesomeness from the music library to make your holiday weekend more excellent.
We have a brand new track by The Milk Carton Kids from their forthcoming album, All the Things That I Did and All the Things That I Didn’t Do, which will be out on June 29th via Anti Records.
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…
It’s my birthday so I’ve got all the friends’ new tunes here: Tune-in to hear the newest from The Nude Party, Thick, BOYTOY & so much more!
NYC metal band DAD chats about what meme their music is, hanging with Christopher Reeve and lots of other craziness.
Toebow is an NYC-based 5-piece band whose experimental, clever take on rock and jazz-inflected pop is original enough to need its own genre, progressive cartoon rock. Rising from the ashes of the band…
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.
Music from Luke Winslow-King’s new album Blue Mesa. Plus our top played artist of the week, Sibille Attar.
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.
This weekend marks the annual Summer Camp Music Festival, featuring jam bands like moe., Umphrey’s McGee, Papadosio and more
Sibille Attar takes this week’s lead with Post Animal and Las Rosas creeping their way up behind her.
J has run off to some other, less rainy place this week, so it’s time for another special guest co-host! This time around, the talented Brian Sendrowitz of the band Beat Radio joins us to talk turkey…
The Listening Booth is spinning new music from L.A Salami, the origins of The Burning Peppermints, and electro throwbacks via Metric!
For Mental Health Awareness Month we look back on the legendary frontman of Joy Division who took his own life in 1980.
It’s been 4 years since the last time Aloud visited us at BTR Live Studio. Having left their unforgettable mark on the city of Boston, the band’s core of Henry and Jen have since moved to Los…
Five Kill Records is a brand new upstate NY collective, drawing on the experiences and resources of 5 area entities: B3nson Recording Company, Swordpaw Collective, Collar City Records, The Rev…
Tunes from Postdata, Abbe May, Parlor Walls, Frankie Simone and more!
I was kidnapped by party rockers Thick for an ambitious weekend road trip from NYC to Nashville—surprisingly, I survived.
Get ready to fiercely zone out to some crazy shreds and hazy vibes. Tune-in to hear these new tunes!
A rock God like Freddie Mercury deserves more than just a boring movie.
Their mantra, “let’s burn this fucker down” is a perfect summation of their fuzzed out dark and heavy rock.
New music from Abbe May. Plus music from our most played artist, Hop Along as part of the Top 10 countdown remix to round out the show.
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.
Spotlight on some music festivals including Shadefest Music Festival and the Festy Experience
Hop Along’s newest album ‘Bark Your Head Off, Dog’ has a well deserving spot as #1 this week!
This is definitely the most profound, revealing, inspirational episode of The Music Digest on BTR yet. Come along with us for this excellent journey, won’t you? Give us a call at (408) SUB-INEV!
It’s getting psychedelic in The Listening Booth w/Confidence Man who plays today at the Groovin the Moo festival + Of Montreal & UMO!
This all-female music mix features Australian singer-songwriter, Abbe May as the artist spotlight. Enjoy tracks form her new album Fruit.
This week, we look to the north, to Hamilton, Ontario, where we catch up with Scott Orr who runs the Canadian independent record label, Other Songs, as well as the Other Record Labels podcast,…
SC Mira, Middle Kids, Hop Along, Shana Falana, Breanna Barbara and more on this very special Mother’s Day mix!
The typical NYC kind of night was a big tasty ice cream swirl of sparkles, rock ‘n’ roll and friends partying.
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.
It’s Wednesday and you know what that means—I found you guys some brand spankin’ new songs to jam out to!
Teaming up with the likes of Weyes Blood & Ariel Pink, Raw Thrills tells us about his brand new track & GunkTV Records.
Music from Des Moines, Iowa – based artists including Foxholes, Easy Fruit, Sires, Volcano Boys and more!
The Shacks kick off the show with brand new music! Erika Wennerstrom will round things out and is the number one most played artist of the week.
The Red Bull Music Festival launches with an event inspired by the influential and visionary hip hop artist RAMMELLZEE.
This week I chat with the upbeat & bubbly Peach Kelli Pop — tune-in to hear her newest tracks!
We chat with the bubbly indie musician about life, live shows and getting deeper than ever before in her newest EP.
All-inclusive jam band goodness is going down in Jamaica with moe. and the String Cheese Incident
Via some level of serendipity, this week’s episode ends up starting with an energetic track, before getting real chilled out in the middle and then getting frenetic again at the end. Lots of great…
The Listening Booth observes Cinco De Mayo w/Mex-alt rock music discovery featuring Nelson Y Los Filisteos and San Pedro El Cortez!
New music from Courtney Marie Andrews and Liz Brasher. Plus, All Our Exes Live In Texas, Ha Ha Tonka and more.
This week, we dive into the music of Brooklyn-based Bayonet Records with one of the label’s two founders, Katie Garcia. With brand new music from Kevin Krauter, an exclusive announcement about an…
Sweet new tracks by Speedy Ortiz, Animal Electricity, Post Animal and more!
Riding with punk rockers Gnarcissists between two boroughs and two shows was a blissful punch to the head & a wild time.
This might be New Vibrations’ catchiest week ever—tune in for new ones from all kinds of bubbly, melodic & captivating bands.
Members of The Black Angels, The Horrors, Elephant Stone and The Earlies join forces to fight cancers of western culture.
Enjoy new music from L.A. Salmai, Labrys and Peach Kelli Pop on this two-hour mix! We’ll end the show with some of the best new music on rotation on the site.
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.’
Candler Park Music & Food Festival announces its 2018 music lineup, featuring Gov’t Mule, Lettuce and Houndmouth
Our weekly list of favorite albums is topped by the dashing U.K. artist L.A. Salami and includes old favorites like Wye Oak and Hop Along!
JLM is busy with Tribeca Film Festival fun times this week, so the artist-formerly-known-as-Ms.-Lottie returns to drops some knowledge and many, many laughs. Call us at (408) SUB-INEV!
DJRePete has new tunes + exciting new venue news from NY’s East Village accompanied by throwbacks from Spoon, Nada Surf, & Bright Eyes!
Today’s show features new music from Peach Kelli Pop. Plus an artists spotlight featuring tracks off of LABRYS new EP.
Their teenage toilet humor made perfect pop punk sense in the early 2000s—but what’s their age again now?
This week we’re catching up on new and recent releases again, including a special block of new title tracks we’re loving!
Tunes by L.A. Salami, Everett Bird, Eels and more!
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.
Sharing some brand spankin’ new songs that’ll blow your mind—we’ve got the best of every side to rock ‘n’ roll!
Bonny Doon leads off the batting order. of Montreal and Elliott Brood are hitting home runs in the middle. And, we’ve got a BTR Top 10 countdown to clean things up.
Chatted w/ Australian band Big White at SXSW & it was a wild ride.
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,…
The Australian quintet’s newest album was shaped by their time traveling on the wide-open roads of America.
Top notch jammy night owls will grace the stage at this year’s High Sierra Music Festival for the late night shows
Our weekly list of favorite albums includes old favorites like UK’s IDLES, Wye Oak & Soccer Mommy—check out the entire list!
Remember when Max was here week before last? Well, he’s not here this week, but we saw him the other day anyway. Also, Bryan is inspired to start skateboarding again while magically turning the…
Record Store Day takes over The Listening Booth on BTRtoday with tracks by artists dropping new releases today in local record shops across the globe! Tune in for alt by Blitzen Trapper and Fleet Foxes, electro crossover with Waxahatchee, and R&B with Saun & Starr and Living Legends. Plus, it’s also weekend 2 of Coachella and we’ve still got the festival fever with music by artists hitting the stage from Alvvays, Priests, and Cherry Glazerr. Whether Coachella or Record Store Day, get out there! And take The Listening Booth with you as your guide on BTRtoday!
When it’s 4/20 and you’re trapped in a YouTube black hole watching alien docs, turn these tunes up & blaze it.
Luke Elliot is a musician out of time. His heartfelt, crooning pop-songwriting could be from the 50s, the 60s, the 90s… you get the idea. With his heart on his sleeve and his…
All the way from sunny Los Angeles, half of the team behind the young Golden Brown label, Thom Sunderland, joins us by phone to chat about its beginnings in Portland, OR, just what texture-pop is, and…
Eels, L.A. Salami, No Famous Death and more on the show today!