Episode 74

Premiere DateMar 30, 2018
Categories Indie Music Rock
00:00 SubInev on BTR / intro
copied
01:15 Suzie Stop Saucing" Swampmeat Family Band
copied
03:22 "(Didn't What You Want) Happen" Palm
copied
07:20 "All In Due Time" Oneida
copied
10:15 "Law Panda" Weaves
copied
12:58 "Hulahoop" Media Jeweler
copied
15:09 "I Am Here I Am" La Louma
copied
21:05 "Walking Blues" Fresh & Onlys
copied
24:51 SubInev on BTR
copied
25:52 "Your Dystopic Creation Doesn't Fear You (ft. Awkwafina)" Deerhoof
copied
28:42 "Dunce" Ed Schrader's Music Beat
copied
32:31 "Brainwaves" Prism Tats
copied
36:18 "Open Eyes" Roz and the Rice Cakes
copied
39:15 "Home" Blis.
copied
43:21 "Lie 2 Me" Shana Falana
copied
49:29 "Horoscopes" Grooms
copied
53:33 "Disaffectation" Ought
copied
58:02 "Solid State" FRIGS
copied
60:59 SubInev on BTR
copied
63:13 "Alarmed" Operator Music Band
copied
66:36 "Agree" POLIÇA and s t a r g a z e
copied
69:52 "So Far So Close" Sunshine & The Rain
copied
72:50 "Just Like That" Girl Ray
copied
77:50 "Don't Stop (If It Feels Good Do It)" Sloan
copied
80:19 "Extraordinary Love" Erika Wennerstrom
copied
86:57 SubInev on BTR
copied
88:49 "Secret Light" The Men
copied
93:01 "Fine" Neighbor Lady
copied
96:28 "Uglier, Friendless" SPOUSE
copied
98:41 "Mirror Power" True Blue
copied
104:44 "Akinetic" In Tall Buildings
copied
108:52 SubInev on BTR
copied
110:10 "Rip Off" Caroline Says
copied
113:39 "That's Good" Guided By Voices
copied
116:43 "Great White Shark" Big Thief
copied
120:00 "Night Owl" Imaginary Tricks
copied
123:14 SubInev on BTR / outro
copied
124:44 END
copied

Sometimes you need to stop, take a breath, and just listen to the music.

This episode is about taking in a ton of great (mostly) new music. No label feature or interview this week, just a fun mix for you to enjoy, dig into, and perhaps find a new favorite band or song.

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…

recommendations