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Sammi Lanzetta released her debut LP Ceiling Mirror last fall on 6131 Records, and like many musicians with a fresh release she was expecting to spend most of 2020 on tour promoting it. Of course, that didn’t happen. In this episode of BTR Live Studio at Home, Lanzetta delivers an intimate solo performance from her NYC fire escape. Ceiling Mirror is available now from 6131 Records.
Representing Brooklyn and the Bronx, the one and only group called Manz Rivalz. The name stems from everyday life, which can be competition with anything or anybody. This crew has talent, laid back flows, lyrical content and Mr. Fitzwell can blow a high note in the middle of a rap verse. Silence The 5th – half of the group – says “everyday is a fight against everyone”. In this interview, Crazy DJ Bazarro gets deep like a Brett Favre pass on issues pertaining to music and the pandemic. Time Machine is out now.
Nasimiyu is a Brooklyn-based musician whose style has evolved over the years from her time in New Orleans making music to her deeply personal, experimental pop. Last seen on BTR Live Studio with the fun and creative Baeb Rxxth, Nasimiyu returns with a very special At Home performance, debuting new music from her upcoming record – the first in 7 years under her own name – with a unique solo performance utilizing live loops and samples and her stunning vocals. Watch Nasimiyu’s exclusive performance of “Practice” below.
Photo Ops is the LA-based project of Terry Price. Following a move from Nashville, his songwriting shifted towards a more personal, folk-tinged sort of pop. What remains is his super-attuned sense of melody, in what he refers to as “adult lullabies.” We caught up with him and get into some of the inspiration behind his latest work, and he shares an exclusive, intimate acoustic performance, recorded at his home studio.  Pure At Heart is out now from Western Vinyl.
On today’s episode of BTR Live Studio at Home, Colorado based folk artist Xanthe Alexis plays some of her latest tunes of her new album The Offering. Xanthe speaks with Jen about the process of creating the album, her relationship with healing, and her love of tour.
Welcome to the world of Hastyle Rhymes. A hip-hop artist, a cartoon artist. a barber, and a man who served in the U.S. Air Force. A man of many skills and trades, HaStyle is a world traveler and a lyrical writer who has something to say about the state of hip-hop and where it’s going. The crazy one Bazarro sits down and talks to the man who wears many hats…
Today we’re checking in with the genre-defying Nashville-based rock band, Oginalii. They recently signed to the Mexico City-based label Devil In The Woods, and have released two singles ahead of their upcoming Pendulum EP. We had a great chat with Emma, Emma, Simon, and Ryan, and they recorded an exclusive performance of three songs – two from their previous album and one of their new singles – for us in this episode of BTR Live Studio At Home.
On this episode of BTR Live Studio at Home, DC based rock band, BRNDA plays us some tunes. Jen sits down and talks with Leah Gage, Torrey Sanders, and Dave Lesser about their new album, the impact of the pandemic on the music scene, and their love for touring.
Wize Crack is an MC from Newark, NJ with serious skills when it comes to clever punch lines and a great flow, who’s been doing it since high school.  DJ Wayne Ski checks in with him for an interview and exclusive performance.

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