Episode 8 // Carl Creighton + Howth

Premiere DateFeb 8, 2017
Categories Indie Music Rock
00:00 // StereoactiveNYC / BTRtoday ID //
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00:19 // Welcome //
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01:00 // NYC Dept of Cultural Affairs / Meeting About DIY + Alternative Spaces //
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04:51 // Focus On Benefit Shows //
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06:55 // Our Wicked Lady / Thursdays for the Cause //
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08:37 “Frisk” Black Marble
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12:00 // Mic Break //
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14:25 “Fowl and Foe” Old Monk
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17:09 // Mic Break //
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18:17 “Worse Things” The Rizzos
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21:04 “Baby Don’t Go” Katie Von Schleicher
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24:03 // Mic Break //
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29:11 “Leonardo” Howth
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34:34 // Interview: Carl Creighton / Backstory //
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37:23 // Interview: Carl Creighton / Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles as metaphor //
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39:06 // Interview: Carl Creighton / The Heimlich Album //
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43:14 // Interview: Carl Creighton / TMNT live performance + movie //
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50:16 // Interview: Carl Creighton / Politics //
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56:07 // Interview: Carl Creighton / Connecting Back To Music/Heimlich… //
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61:01 // Interview: Carl Creighton / Carl’s Interesting Social Media Presence… and also protests //
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74:07 // Interview: Carl Creighton / Show With Elizabeth Devlin at Sidewalk Cafe //
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74:44 // Interview: Carl Creighton / Wrapping Up //
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75:06 “April I Will” Howth
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78:46 // Mic Break //
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79:57 “Guts” Grim Streaker
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82:14 // Disclaimer //
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82:37 Finish.
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This episode covers February 9 through February 23, 2017 and features an interview with Carl Creighton. Carl’s band, Howth, released an album called Trashy Milky Nothing Town (it’s about ninja turtles) in 2015 and will be performing the album in full to accompany a full album-length music video he recently produced, that features many familiar faces from the local music scene. We also discuss politics, Howth’s next album (about the man behind the Heimlich Maneuver), and more. Also in the episode is music by Black Marble, Old Monk, The Rizzos, Katie Von Schleicher, and Grim Streaker, as well as a new focus on benefit shows — including Thursdays For The Cause at Our Wicked Lady.

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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