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Maia
Maia is a songwriter, artist, producer, and podcast host based in New York City. She's also a singer, multi-instrumentalist and frequent tinkerer, who has spent time in Haiti and Colombia studying folkloric music and drumming. She has spent the past decade-plus riding her bike around Brooklyn, interviewing your new favorite bands for BTR, making show posters, befriending street cats, making records, touring the country, and filming everything along the way.

Maia can frequently be found playing around town -- and elsewhere -- with her latest musical projects, or playing various instruments while on tour with Mirah.

In addition to hosting BTR Live Studio and Mutual Core, Maia has contributed to Tom Tom Magazine and Homoground.com, among others.

Previously for BTR, Maia has produced and hosted The Folk Wave and Second XI podcasts.

She has interviewed over 800 artists for BTR.
Recent Posts
Listeners, thank you for fourteen years. Artists, thank you. BTR colleagues, thank you for everything. Stay healthy, keep creating. Signing off -  Maia
It's almost the end, folks. On today's show, I'm revisiting moments in the studio with Jo Schornikow, Air Waves, Liz Vice, Worriers, and Miwi La Lupa.
Hi. On today's episode, the fourth of six goodbye episodes, I reminisce some more about my fourteen years at BTR, and revisit moments with Amy O, Dar Williams, Vagabon, Lina Tullgren, Sophie B.Hawkins, and Tom Brosseau.
Hello friends, on today's episode, I reminisce about past sessions with Heliotropes, Orenda Fink, sad13, Shilpa Ray, and Thelma & The Sleaze.
On today's show, the last episode of Mutual Core,  I'm remembering what I love about music.
In the second of six farewell episodes, I reminisce and revisit some truly special sessions from the past, including interviews with Des Ark, Courtney Barnett, and Fred Thomas.

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