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Our special holiday broadcasts wrap up today with music and interviews from Half Waif, Bethlehem Steel, Adrian Daniel, and Greys!
Our holiday broadcasts continue today, with interviews and live music from Uni Ika Ai, Astronautalis, Coco Rosie, and Adia Victoria!
Our holiday broadcasts continue today, with interviews and live music from Fear of Men, The Spook School, Alex Napping, and Lucy Dacus!
Our holiday broadcasts begin today, looking at back at some fun sessions from 2016. We're kicking of the celebrations with sessions from Tank and the Bangas, Heliotropes, Fern Mayo, and Justin Peter Kinkel Schuster.
Grace Joyner has officially stepped out of the shadows. Whereas she used to sing harmonies in various bands around Charleston, South Carolina, she’s now come into her own with this project. Featuring dual keyboards without a guitar in sight, along with her band, she crafts evocative, dramatic, psych-tinged rock/pop music that’ll move you. Currently on her first full length release following an emotional debut EP, Joyner is clearly on to something, and developing as a strong songwriter and performer with this project. The band stopped by Serious Business Music in DUMBO, Brooklyn to show us how they do it. Maybe Sometimes-in C by Grace Joyner is available now.
Walker Lukens’ EP, Never Understood, is available now from Modern Outsider.
The core members of Brooklyn world party band Balkan Beat Box -- Tomer Yosef, Ori Kaplan, and Tamir Muskat -- have been shaking things up with their deep grooves for over a decade now. Their Eastern European roots shine bright as they work in elements of hip-hop, reggae, punk, free jazz, and many more genres to fuel their anthemic, brilliant musical fire. They brought their massive sound to Serious Business Music in DUMBO for this episode of BTR Live Studio. Shout It Out is available now from Balkan Beat Box.
Kendra Lou is a songwriter from Copenhagen, Denmark, currently living in New York City. Her music has strong roots in jazz and soul, resulting in a unique blend of genres that intertwine throughout her own alternative pop songs. She stopped by Serious Business Music in DUMBO, Brooklyn with her band for this special performance. Songs Of The Black Moon is available now.
SUSTO is the musical project of Justin Osborne and his gang of “Acid Boys,” based out of Charleston, South Carolina. The band has had the benefit of a sort of mentor in the form of Band Of Horses’ Ben Bridwell, as well as various other musical luminaries (like The Lumineers, for one) who’ve taken the band out on the road. Appropriately, the band has a tasteful take on rootsy rock with a slightly fried sense of humor. They stopped by Serious Business Music in DUMBO, Brooklyn while out on the road for this special session.

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