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Longtime BTR producer and host, Maia Macdonald, presents music from anywhere around the world or from her own backyard in NYC. Sometimes she talks to artists, sometimes she talks with you.
Host Maia
Maia is a songwriter, artist, producer, and podcast host based in New York City. She's also a singer, multi-instrumentalist and frequent tinkerer, who has spent time in Haiti and Colombia studying folkloric music…
Recent Episodes
Hi. On today's show, Maia catches up with BTR's own J McVay about demonstrations in Austin, what post COVID movie-going may look like, being a New Yorker away from New York in 2020, and moving his songwriter's series online, among other things. We also listen to new tracks from Deerhoof, Thao & The Get Down Stay Down, and more.
As of today, I've been away from my Brooklyn apartment for two months. Today, we're taking a break from chit chat to listen to a bunch of good new music, including songs from Thao and The Get Down Stay Down, Dirty Projectors, Lido Pimienta, and Cassowary. Take a breather.
On today's show we listen to new music from Land of Talk and Johanna Warren, and chat with sound engineer Madeleine Campbell - founder and editor of the zine "Women In Sound."
Welcome back, friends. On today's show I'm so thrilled to share new music from Lido Pimienta, Laura Marling, The Beths, and more, while we listen to the birds chirp and further contemplate the how and what of this moment.
Today we sit in a patch of sun, listen to new music from Dirty Projectors, Ada Lea, Half Waif, Anna Burch, Why Bonnie, Locate S 1,  and Sorry, read reflections from the 1665 Plague, ponder my great grandmother's mincemeat recipe (tried November 1894), and remember the musicians we've lost so far to COVID-19.
Welcome to our new reality. On today's episode, I'm in conversation with my friend, colleague, and former bandmate Bryan Bruchman, wondering when we'll ever see each other again.

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