Episode 136 / Declared Goods interview

Premiere DateJun 7, 2019
Categories Indie Music Rock
00:00 SubInev on BTR / intro
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01:13 “Tau” Holy Ship
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04:35 Declared Goods interview
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76:06 “Make Sense Make Change” Blackstrap
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80:31 “My Only Friend” Little Children
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83:29 “Famous Last Words” Ed Vallance
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88:26 “I, The Sun” Lights On
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92:49 “Soul Encoder” The Heart Of The Sun
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96:32 “Monoheart” Blackstrap
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99:37 “The Absentee” Flora HIbberd
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104:28 “Ninth” The Arthur Brothers
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108:51 “Distant Shouts” Little Children
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114:15 “Silent Sun” Ed Vallance
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117:11 “Violet Hum” The Arthur Brothers
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122:14 “We Live Underground” Lights On
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126:08 “The Open Road” Blackstrap
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130:42 “Night Aquatic” Holy SHip
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135:13 “Hey Hey” Little Children
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139:26 SubInev on BTR / outro
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140:34 END.
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This week, Greg Vegas from Brooklyn label Declared Goods stops by to share his unique perspective on existing and thriving in the streaming music world as a digital record label, tastemaker, music junky, and champion of the new and obscure, with a focus on the value of hustle, the importance of metadata, considering the importance of catalog releases and so much more.

Bryan has been blogging about, photographing, and making music for the better part of two decades. As a Senior Video Producer on the BTRtv video team, he works closely with artists, labels, and the music industry…

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