Spatial Relations In Sound

Premiere DateMar 25, 2017
Categories Indie Music Rock
00:00 // Sponsor + Intro
00:40 // Welcome…
00:50 // Btrtoday.com + apps + sharing
03:59 “Contact” Froth
08:58 // Spatial relations in sound / blissin’ out…
15:30 “White Couches” Thelma
20:34 // Drums are the sign of true drama… drum-a
25:05 “The Salmon” Sean Rowe
29:23 // Another dramatic one...
33:24 “He Is Wise” The Obsessives
36:31 // Who is he who is wise?
42:40 “Dodged A Bullet” Alice Jemima
45:40 // And another self-titled album…
51:27 “Leave It Here” Sir Was
55:40 // I think we definitely won this episode!
58:08 // share, rate, review
59:54 // Outro…
60:00 Finish.

In this episode, Bryan and J bliss out to the spatial relation sin sound, realize that drums are the sign of true drama, and assemble a list of the reasons that artists release self-titled albums… Spoiler alert: probably because they’re Weezer or Ty Segall.

Bryan B and JLM started co-hosting BTR's Music Digest podcast in November 2016. They used to be in a band, too, we think...
Reg. Contributors Bryan Bruchman

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