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On today’s episode of BTR Live Studio at Home, LA based singer songwriter Raye Zaragoza plays some of her latest tunes. Raye speaks with Jen about being a social change performer, her writing process, and her fondest tour memory with Dispatch.
Sad13 returns to BTR Live Studio (listen to their 2017 appearance), this time in solo form, from Sadie Dupuis’ home in Philadelphia. Sadie recorded an exclusive performance of the song “With Baby” from the new record, Haunted Painting, and we chat about the new record, Speedy Ortiz, local beaches, the band sElf, and aliens. It’s pretty much the best conversation ever. https://youtu.be/OnTmXfYlOtc The music heard in the background of this episode is from Sad13’s album, Haunted Painting, out now from Wax Nine.
In this episode., Crazy DJ Bazarro sits down with Juxx Diamondz. Independent, self-sufficient, different & never holds back on what he wants to say. We brought him in to speak on how to invest yourself, to learn the equipment used for creating hip-hop music and to learn the  ups and downs of being a hip-hop soldier. He’s a director, producer, hard worker and even has a side gig to help support his career. Go ahead,  peep the conversation and check out his exclusive performance!
This week, we feature more music by Blxck Cxsper, as a follow-up to the interview in the last episode. Also, we hear new music by Anjimile and preview music by The Black Creatures, ahead of their interview in our next episode! This podcast is produced by Stereoactive Media.
From 1967 to 1973, Michael Oberman interviewed more than three hundred top musical artists. Collected together for the first time, ‘Fast Forward, Play and Rewind’ presents more than one hundred interviews Oberman conducted with the most important musical artists of the day.
This week Kimberly spoke with artist and activist Tootsie Warhol, a satirical Anti-Trump candidate running 4 President. Tootsie has been written about in Politico and Express All images courtesy of Tootsie Warhol  
We could all use a break from the world. This month’s show promises only Happy Stories—a first for our show we think. From getting engaged to taking dance classes in Tucson to being the lone videographer on a Playboy shoot, happiness sneaks upon you sometimes when you do indeed most expect it.
Laura Jane Grace’s quarantine stunner, ‘Stay Alive’ is our most played album of the week! Click to hear a track from each of the 10 most played albums on our site.
Today’s show features music from Jamo Gang, Lyric Jones, Five Steez, and more.
This week Sam Roberts of Sam Roberts Band joins us to chat new music, pandemic drive-in concerts, and inspiration.
Today’s show features music from Kosha Dillz, B Barber & Castle Money Beats, Frank Knight & Chuck LaWayne, and Young Old Soul.
Listen to a set by Nick Finzer recorded at the Blue Whale in Los Angeles, CA on March 8th 2020 on today’s episode of The Jazz Hole Live
Prost! We won’t be cheersing beer mugs and dancing on tables this year but you can still crack open a Hefeweizen at home and scream ‘Ziggy Zaggy, Ziggy Zaggy, Oi Oi Oi!’ while listening to this mix.
Pandemic, Human Rights & the U.S. Election. Enough there for ya? World Hip-Hop bangers getting you through it all. Let’s go!!
Today features music from The Visionaries, Ras Kass, Dyce Payne, and more.
We’re here, ready to rock. So…let’s rock! Pick up ya phone, tell ya friends, Bazarro is on the mix doing his hip hop thang. Yes oh yes he is, only on BTRtoday.com. Share, share, share & tweet, tweet, tweet, & like, like, like. Let’s go!!
Today features tracks from Loco Dice, Kaz James, Hannah Wants & Eskuche, and more.
DJ Rekha shares the complete selections from the set at the South Asian Block Party for Biden/Harris, plus rap forward tracks with a calming end in the beyond segment.
Get ready to smooth it out… This week we are featuring new tracks from Autechre, Tokee & Tapage, R Beny and always more!!! Right here on the glitch//idm show.
Electronica via NERVO, Clinton Sly, Radical Redemption, Ray Volpe, Bingo Players, Rave Vegas help you work towards crushing your goals!
Organ solos from JMP and MMB, singer-songwriter ballads from Doug Tuttle and Burnell Pines, and some Grace Jones-inspired disco’esque from The Motet.
Brooklyn-based Composer and woodwind master Peter Hess talks about three of his own albums on today’s episode of The Jazz Hole with Linus
Dub, double shots (aka dubble shots), and some familiar friends in the mix today.  New and old roots rock reggae mixed with UK steppas and delivered with love.
The Last Poets are weathervanes, warning of the future and past sins in poems that are indivisible from the rhythms they’re voiced on!
Crank up your speakers & enjoy wicked new riddims by Barry Chandler, Sarzlee, Lulu X, Ro’Dey, KG, Mane Event, Triple, Danger, Boom!
In part two of our indie record label feature on the experimental Chicago-based label American Dreams Records, we’re taking a deeper dive into the label’s catalog, leaning into the longer, ambient, and heavier corners of the label’s output.
Make sure you’ve got your voting plan figured out and listen to these badass new tracks to keep you going strong.
In this episode, we take a look at Sound The Alarm, Vol. 1: Louder Feelings, a compilation album of political, social justice & protest songs out October 21 from the new LA-based label/collective Pop Can Records. We’ll hear three tracks from the release – including a premiere of the Ill Peach track that opens the album, and speak with label founders/artists Patrick Morrissey and Jesse Schuster, as well as DWY, whose song “Black Boy” was one of the first singles released from the collection.  Beyond that, we’ve got new singles and album tracks from Benjamin Lazar Davis, Sleeping Loops, Coco Reilly, Buck Meek, Pearl Charles, Flowers, Mise En Scene, Grey Factor, Mourn, Bartees Strange, EX OH, and Suuns.
Not one, not two, but three! It’s the magic number! All triple shots from some of my favorite recent releases from this crazy summer until today. Let’s enjoy it together, shall we?
CMJ is back? Sorta. The Listening Booth has the scarce details for the revamped festival going down next week + CMJ throwbacks & new tunes!
Tracks by Anjimile, Warren Dunes, Emmy The Great, Drew Citron, Taylor Locke, Native Harrow and more!