Ep 44 // Take 3 w/ Robot Princess / Independent Venue Week

Premiere DateJul 3, 2018
00:00 // StereoactiveNYC / BTRtoday ID //
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00:40 // Welcome / About Independent Venue Week //
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05:48 “Big Picture” The Night Screams
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08:00 “Babysitter” (BTR Live Studio, 2017) Grim Streaker
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09:56 “Fortune” (BTR Live Studio, 2017) Big Bliss
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12:24 “Calm Punk” (BTR Live Studio, 2015) Dead Stars
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15:25 “Packaged vs. Product” (demo) Gustaf
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18:28 “Matchstick” pecas
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21:01 // Independent Venue Week cont’d / Robot Princess //
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24:30 “Flavor Country” Robot Princess
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28:40 // TAKE 3: Robot Princess, the beginnings of the band //
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38:12 “Wake Me Up When Everyone Is Dead” Robot Princess
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40:53 // TAKE 3: Robot Princess, continued //
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58:33 “Claudia” Robot Princess
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62:24 // TAKE 3: Robot Princess, continued //
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78:16 “Marky Moon” Robot Princess
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82:04 // TAKE 3: Robot Princess, continued //
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95:27 // Outro + Disclaimer //
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96:57 // Finish.
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Independent Venue Week is a festival that began in the UK in 2014. This year it spreads to the states with StereoactiveNYC and BTRtoday presenting its New York City showcase at Pianos on Thursday July 12th. The bill features plenty of artists who’ve been featured heavily both on the SANYC podcast and the BTRtoday platform generally, along with a couple of artists a bit newer to the mix. One of the artists playing the show is Robot Princess, so we spoke with band members Beau Alessi and Peter Ingles about 3 songs from 3 different points in the band’s musical history as part of a series we do from time to time called “Take 3.”

FULL SHOWCASE DETAILS:

StereoactiveNYC + BTRtoday Present
Independent Venue Week
at Pianos // Thursday, July 12th

The Night Screams – 11PM

Grim Streaker – 10PM

Dead Stars – 9PM

Gustaf – 8PM

Robot Princess – 7PM

// upstair: pecas (8:30pm) + Big Bliss (9:15pm) \\

// Doors 6:30PM, $10 \\
//// RSVP on Facebook \\\\

Host J. McVay
J grew up down in Louisiana and Texas before moving to NYC for college. After college, he decided to stick around, working in film and television production for well over a decade. He came to BTR in 2011 when he…

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