Episode 7 // Elizabeth Devlin

Premiere DateJan 25, 2017
Categories Indie Music Rock
00:00 // StereoactiveNYC / BTRtoday ID //
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00:20 // Welcome //
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01:52 // DIY and the emerging bigger political moment //
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05:42 “Trip” Sun Voyager
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09:00 “Notes From Captivity” Holy Tunics
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11:56 // Mic Break //
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14:24 “Tallulah” Jesse R. Berlin
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17:54 // Mic Break //
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20:16 “Darkened Rings” Cloud Nothings
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23:43 “Gone For The Weekend” Computer Magic
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27:17 // Mic Break //
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28:15 // Intro: Elizabeth Devlin Interview //
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30:22 “The Field” Elizabeth Devlin
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35:05 // Interview: Elizabeth Devlin / First Encounter //
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38:40 // Interview: Elizabeth Devlin / Starting Out at Sidewalk Cafe //
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41:35 // Interview: Elizabeth Devlin / First Meeting //
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45:20 // Interview: Elizabeth Devlin / Poetry //
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49:05 // Interview: Elizabeth Devlin / Visual Art //
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49:52 // Interview: Elizabeth Devlin / How do poetry and visual art inform your music? //
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53:04 // Interview: Elizabeth Devlin / Visuals and Storytelling //
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55:44 // Interview: Elizabeth Devlin / Autoharp //
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60:36 // Interview: Elizabeth Devlin / Any downsides to autoharp? //
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63:23 // Interview: Elizabeth Devlin / New Album: Orchid Mantis //
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72:03 // Interview: Elizabeth Devlin / Album Release Show //
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75:43 “Delilah” Elizabeth Devlin
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78:32 // Disclaimer //
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78:54 Finish.
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This episode covers January 26 through February 8, 2017 and features an interview with Elizabeth Devlin. Elizabeth has a new album called Orchid Mantis coming out soon, so we discussed her musical history in NYC; how her poetry and visual art practice informs her music; her preferred instrument, the autoharp; and details about her album release party. Also in the episode is music by Sun Voyager, Holy Tunics, Jesse R. Berlin, Cloud Nothings, and Computer Magic.

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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