Episode 200 / Misra Records

Premiere DateAug 28, 2020
Categories Indie Music Rock
00:00 SubInev on BTR / intro
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02:07 "The Journey" Buffalo Rose
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06:42 Misra Records interview
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63:26 "Two Free Hands" Anthonie Tonnon
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67:49 "California Dreamin'" Jonny Goood
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71:58 "Tightrope Walker" PJ Orr
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78:29 "Dead Heart" Phosphorescent
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85:11 "Summer and Her Ferris Wheel" Southeast Engine
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87:05 "Overrated" Good Sport
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90:30 "In the Lilacs" Julian Jasper
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93:22 SubInev on BTR
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94:11 "Golden Sparklers" Holopaw
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99:39 "Lies of The Few" Bad Custer
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105:13 "Breathe Deep, Not Loud" Centro-Matic
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108:19 "Streethawk II" Destroyer
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110:37 "Diving" Evangelicals
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114:22 "Gone" Knowlton Bourne
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118:27 "Mistakes" Shearwater
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120:40 "Are You Ready for the Shutdown?" Will Johnson
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122:46 "Learning It As I Go" Jeff Betten
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126:00 SubInev on BTR / outro
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127:40 END.
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For the 200th episode of this show, we’re featuring the Pittsburgh-based label, Misra Records, including an interview with label manager Jeff Betten. In this episode, we cover Misra’s 20 year history, the relationship between physical records and streaming, the impact of the pandemic on the music industry at large, the geography of Pittsburgh and it’s inherent benefits, and signing artists from unsolicited demos! This is part one of two focusing on Misra – in this episode you’ll hear the interview and some new music from the label as well as other artists mentioned in our conversation, and then for next week, we’ll take a deeper dive thru the label’s two decades worth of music.

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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