Episode 182 / 6131 Records Part 2: Music

Premiere DateApr 24, 2020
Categories Indie Music Rock
00:00 SubInev on BTR / intro
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01:08 “Animal” Katie Malco
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05:28 “WTF is Sleep?” Worriers
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08:16 “Life is Weird” Late Bloomer
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12:18 “Cursed” Grayling
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15:12 “Fire Sale (featuring S. Carey)” Luray
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18:36 “Myths” I'm Glad It's You
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22:39 “Half Bad” Well Wisher
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25:47 “Light In Your Eyes” Arch of Love
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30:17 “It Will” Kindling
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32:47 “Picture Perfect” Macseal
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35:58 SubInev on BTR
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36:27 “Future Girls” Self Defense Family
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39:12 “Ceiling Mirror” Sammi Lanzetta
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41:40 “Big Feelings” Worriers
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45:04 “For Olive” Kindling / Hush
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48:35 “The Things I Never Say (Redux)” I'm Glad It's
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51:03 “Honest Sleep” Touché Amoré
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53:36 “White Noise” Typesetter
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57:59 “I Know Better” Well Wisher
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60:27 “Upside Down Again” Macseal
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62:32 SubInev on BTR
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63:13 “Animal” Luray
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67:24 “Real Conversations with Imaginary Friends” Typesetter
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71:12 “Good News” Julien Baker
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74:36 “Reintroduction” Arch of Love
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78:46 “Slow” Grayling
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81:33 “The Silver Cord” I'm Glad It's You
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85:08 SubInev on BTR
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85:38 “Titty Logic” Sammi Lanzetta
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88:47 “What Comes Next?” Worriers
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92:36 “Laugh Now, Die Later” Rotting Out
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95:08 “Sweet” Well Wisher
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97:58 “Not the Same” Late Bloomer
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103:11 “Unwritten” Luray
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106:41 “No More Bad News” Worriers
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110:25 SubInev on BTR / outro
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111:37 END
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For part two of our 6131 Records indie label feature, we’ve got two hours of music from the label’s catalog, with tracks from Worriers, Katie Malco, Touché Amoré, Macseal, Typesetter, Luray, and more! Check out part one, which includes my interview with Sean and Joey from the label.

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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