Episode 185 / Ten Dollar Recording Co. Part 2: Music

Premiere DateMay 15, 2020
Categories Indie Music Rock
00:00 SubInev on BTR/intro
01:00 “Who's Hot & Who's Heavy?” Mo Douglas
04:59 “Ask Your Astronaut” Ryan Massad
08:20 “Luckiest Hippie Alive” Tobias Berblinger
12:55 “A Box at the Dog Track” Ryan Michael Block
15:52 “Musical Instruments of the World” Reed Burnam
18:45 “Three Bean Vegetarian Chili” Mo Douglas
22:35 “I’m The Breath (Feat. Thomas Mudrick)” The Hot Breath
26:05 SubInev on BTR
27:17 “Kamikaze Ghost Rider” Thomas Mudrick
31:47 “Catch The Wind” Mariya May
35:03 “Calculations Creation” Anthony Mudrick
42:54 “Springwater” Ryan Massad
45:40 “Shania” Thomas Mudrick
49:23 “Silvertron” Anthony Mudrick
53:56 “You Got Our Hearts (A Cappella)” Mariya May
56:37 “Let It Flow” Thomas Mudrick
62:31 “Sheddin These Skins” Kevin Lierman
67:39 SubInev on BTR
68:22 “Feed The Sheep” Nodding Tree Remedies
71:10 “Honey Dip Strip “ Thomas Mudrick
75:58 “Big Waves” Ryan Massad
78:33 “Sunshine Radiation” Anthony Mudrick
83:28 “Ain't Feelin' It (Single)” The Ass Nuggets
86:06 “Pamplemoose” Silvertron Youth Choir
89:08 “Banana Peel” Thomas Mudrick
92:58 SubInev on BTR
93:54 “You Got Our Hearts” What In Your Heart Can Put You In A Trance
97:11 “Carry Me Off (Single)” The Hot Breath
100:15 “Divisions” Tobias Berblinger
104:27 “We Believe It” What in Your Heart Can Put You in a Trance
110:01 “Gulls & Buoys” Prince Joely
113:59 “I Got You Singing” What In Your Heart Can Put You In A Trance
116:31 “Faking Copies” Ryan Massad
117:00 SubInev on BTR / outro
118:37 END.

Part two of our record label feature on Ten Dollar Recording Co. takes a deeper dive into their catalog, exploring tracks from their compilations and releases from What In Your Heart Can Put You In A Trance, Mariya May, Mo Douglas, Thomas Mudrick, Anthony Mudrick, Ryan Massad, and 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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