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Elena Childers
A show in NYC's most touristy park, turned into a trip through the cosmos.
It's our fall kickoff here at BTR. Whether you're ready for some football or busting out the crockpot for some homemade chili to…
The feminist zine & artist collective gives you a mix of tracks to feel empowered and take over the world.
I'm on vacation so here are some of my favorite new tracks from this year & a pic of my pup.
We'll miss you summer—listen to some of The Music Meetup's favorite featured artist from this year so far!
Squeeze the most out of your last beach parties & BBQs w/ some of the show’s hottest featured artists from the year.
I don’t wanna say it’s aliens, but … it’s experimental rockers’ “Aliens.”
They've aged like a fine wine—if that wine started as harsh house whiskey and aged into strong top-shelf bourbon.
This week we get down to new rock, pop, and punk to feel empowered and ready to take on anything!
This week we listen to new and old ones and have a chat with badass blues thrashers Thunderpussy.
The badass blues rockers talk empowerment, trademark troubles and new music.
A year has passed since her death, and her music still rings in everyone’s ears.
A rockin' new playlist & a birthday shout out to my ma—what an exciting time! Tune in!
Tool satisfies fans with new music and killer memes.
The weekly Sunday boogie night was extra lit this week with some of Brooklyn’s most beloved rockers.
This week we rock out to Texan band Young Mammals! They've been around for over decade and they really know their shit. We also…
On their new album ‘Lost In Lima,’ the Texan rockers find the joy in disorientation.
They’re as colorful and entertaining as the children’s toy they’re named after.
The folk rocker turned dark pop queen is here to rock your world—don’t get caught off guard.
Cellphones and minds we’re lost the first night and oh, what a magical time it was.
This week we listen to the sweet voice of Mima Good and listen to her past and newest tracks!
She’s a big fan of her therapist, ‘Breakfast At Tiffany’s’ and moving on with her life.
The North Carolina-based garage punkers are excited to share music that’s about more than just “sad shit.”

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