Episode 157 / Topshelf Records

Premiere DateNov 1, 2019
Categories Indie Music Rock
00:00 SubInev on BTR / intro
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01:21 “Apocalypse Whenever” Field Mouse
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04:24 Topshelf Records interview
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42:43 “I Am in Love With Your Mind” Queen of Jeans
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46:09 “Electric Soul Unity” Happy Diving
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48:23 “Black Sky” Moller
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50:46 “Daydreaming” Thanya Iyer
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54:37 “We Don't Have A Sail But We Have A Rudder” El Ten Eleven
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57:59 “Etude Of Solitude” toe
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62:26 “Rosebush” Bellows
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65:24 “GAMES (lullaby for mom)” alfred.
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68:31 “What the Fuck” gabby's world
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70:11 “Cry” Pema
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73:59 “Elvis Is in the Freezer” Ratboys
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76:54 “Changes” No Vacation
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81:01 “Your Bed” Special Explosion
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84:42 “Cover The Roots / Lower The Stems” Moving Mountains
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89:38 SubInev on BTR
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90:36 “About” Another Michael
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93:14 “potage” tricot
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97:15 “Heated” Doe
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101:17 “Ain't It Strange” The Jazz June
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104:07 “No Money” Wild Ones
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107:26 “Better to Best” You Blew It!
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111:53 “Zone 3” LITE
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115:32 “Green With Envy” Aeroplane, 1929
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118:22 “Not Man” Infinity Girl
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121:43 “sorry Charlie” gobbinjr
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125:41 “why” Mid-Air Thief
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130:11 “Gaze At Blue” elephant Gym
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134:16 “Just Like You” Nai Harvest
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138:03 “Katamari Duquette” The World Is A Beautiful Place & I Am No Longer Afraid To Die
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142:27 SubInev on BTR / outro
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144:00 END.
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Seth Decoteau of Topshelf Records joins us this week to talk about the label’s beginning over 13 years ago, the changes they’ve gone through along with the shifting music industry, and some of their incredible artists. It’s a long one with tons of music, from BTR favorites Field Mouse and Queen of Jeans to innovative instrumentalists toe, LITE, and Elephant Gym, plus much, 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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