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Dean Cercone is a self-proclaimed psychedelic dreamer, whose music will transcend you into another realm of chaos and color and drive you wild.
Dean Cercone is a self-proclaimed psychedelic dreamer, whose music will transcend you into another realm of chaos and color and drive you wild.
Chipotle gave a free burrito coupon to anybody who tried to eat there while they were closed during their chain-wide meeting. BTR's Elena Childers explains, nothing tastes better than a free burrito.
Non-profits are now brandishing music as their weapon of choice in combating the harshness of life. BTR talks with music-based organizations to see how they’re using the power of song to spread positivity.
The Parisian music duo, Jo Wedin & Jean Felzine, have created beautiful music in the midst of terrorist attacks, a pretentious music scene, and language barriers.
The Parisian music duo, Jo Wedin & Jean Felzine, have created beautiful music in the mist of a terrorist attack, a pretentious music scene, and a language barrier.
Social media has been the battlefield for feminists, but is this millennial tool truly helping to spearhead a female-led revolution?
We chat with Ron Gallo from Nashville, Tennessee. His cynical lyrics and catchy rhythms will make him your new musical obsession.
We chat with Ron Gallo from Nashville, Tennessee. His cynical lyrics and catchy rhythms will make him your new musical obsession.
The music you listened to as a teenager still triggers your brain to feel a sense of teenage rebellion, even as an adult.
This week BTR dives into the lives of some city boys, The Britanys, a NYC band that will make you want to crowd surf on your daily morning commute to work.
Last Saturday I stumbled upon an awesome rock show in the Lower East Side and found The Britanys. Their stage presence is electrifying and their sound is so hip it makes you want to cry.
With the global success of the country's pop music genre, will a non-Korean K-Pop group still be able to succeed?
BTR chats with the Brooklyn-based duo Lilly Wolf. They're dreamy, they're dark, and they've got the New York's underground music scene wrapped around their finger.
This week's Discover Corner chats with Brooklyn based duo Lilly Wolf. They're dreamy, they're dark, and they've got the New York's underground music scene wrapped around their finger.

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