Music Director: Lottie Leymarie
BTR Live Studio: Podcast / Video
Dolly Valentine welcomes us into her Cape Cod garden for a little tour of the veggies before delivering a beautiful performance (alongside Andrew Valenti) of a track from her excellent new record. Dolly Valentine’s debut album, How To Be Good, is available now. Listen to the audio podcast for more music and interview.
Dolly Valentine, aka the new musical persona of Leslie Schott joins us to play a few songs from her debut album (accompanied by Andrew Valenti) and to chat about the project, and how this year at home has affected her life and music.
On today’s episode of BTR Live Studio at Home, London-based indie pop trio KIN plays some of their latest tunes. Grace and Adam speak with Jen about the making of the music video for L.O.V.E. choreographed by bandmate Ritu Arya and fellow Umbrella Academy cast mate David Castañeda. The band explains their writing process and favorite stories from gigs.
Foxanne is a musician originally from NJ, normally based in Brooklyn, but currently back in her home state, where the band is making use of a temporary studio where they’ve been able to keep working on music during the pandemic. Ahead of a trip to Mars (sorta, really!) Foxanne delivered an incredible duo performance for us and chatted about the upcoming debut full length, making a DIY music video at the beach, musical inspiration, and more.
Nikkiesha interviews the indie folk duo Tender Creature. We also hear a few tracks off their new EP, ‘An Offering,’ which is available on all platforms. This podcast is produced by Stereoactive Media.
Thanksgiving eve indeed. Hopefully you get to spend time with family and friends that are not too far from you. If you’re traveling from out of town, be alert and be careful. Zoom it up if you have to, or Skype it down. In the meal time or mean time, lol, you can rock with us while you’re eating, drinking and dancing. I got some joints for you right here. Artists from around the world, the whole globe bringing their best on the mic and beats. Let’s go!!!
Today’s show features music from Young Old Soul, Liv East, LXVNDR, and more.
Today features music from Visionaries, Otis Clapp, Kev Brown x J Scienide, and more.
Happy Thanksgiving! Enjoy this mix of jams from a few years back.
Couch Prints take the top spot this week with their new EP! Countdown Debuts: Keaton Henson, Reptaliens, Emmy the Great, and Secret Sun
Oceanator takes the top spot on this week’s BTR Top 10! Countdown debuts: Suuns, Ela Minus, Matt Berry, Extra Special, Mo Douglas. Click to hear a track from each.
This week, it’s like the floodgates have opened and great new music is just pouring out. It’s A LOT. This extra-length episode is jam-packed with music of all sorts of genres, so dive in and find something new to get into!
The visionary virtual festival from AFROPUNK is a must-watch for both music & humanitarian education.
Having virtual arguments over Thanksgiving dinner won’t be any easier—so just listen to Queen.
This year dive headfirst into that hard convo w/ your closed-minded family members & use these tunes to fuel your fire.
Today features It’s Alright with Marshall Jefferson x George Smeddles x Paris Brightledge.
DJ Rekha encourages all to stay home for Thanksgiving while dropping new tracks from Kaur B, and a potential new anthem from Bambi Bains. Plus, selects from Mumbai based label Krunk Collective in the beyond section.
Another crazy one this week!!! Featuring new tracks from Tsone, Actress, Ivy Lab and a ton more! So let’s get it in, right here on the glitch//idm show!!!
We’re skipping Thanksgiving here on New Vibrations & keeping up w/ new tracks—stay safe out there & enjoy!
Staying home this Thanksgiving? Missing Family? Or, feeling thankful you don’t have to see family and friends? Either way, the BTR staff is here for you to provide some company and the soundtrack.
Shamir is Shamir is Shamir. Nothing more really needs to be said. A singular voice and chameleon-like talent across mediums, sliding thru music genres and aesthetics – from pop beginnings to “indie rock Shamir” – he’s been thru it all, and puts his whole heart into every single release. Here, Shamir shares an raw, intimate acoustic performance from his home in Philadelphia. “I Wonder” is available now. Listen to the audio podcast for more music and interview.
Let’s move to the music and dance to the beat. 2020 is almost done and we have a lot to be grateful for this Thanksgiving and Holiday season. I’m grateful for the music and for all of you. What are you grateful for?
Ease into the holidays in The Listening Booth w/down-home folk ditties from the likes of Victoria Bailey and new alt rock by Cloud Nothings!
Caitlin Harnett & The Pony Boys start it off with a new track! Also, new tunes from Falcon Jane, Katy J Pearson, Malin Pettersen & more!
Newen Afrobeat plays an energetic version of Fela Kuti’s ‘Opposite People’ w/ Seun Kuti & Cheick Tidiane in Chile at the Womad Festival!
Happy Pre-Thanksgiving to all!  Be grateful, be thankful, be full of love and dub! Midnite block, plus more gratitude from start to finish!
Crank up your speakers & enjoy wicked new riddims by Vershon, Ajji, Vybz Kartel, Mr. G, Crocadile, Knaxx, New Kidz, Prodi Jay, Sanka!
Tune in for music by Will Bonness, Emily Kuhn, Jorge Perez-Albela (featuring Sissy Castrogiovanni), Dan Fortin, Rebecca Hennessy
Melancholy from Seth Walker, Mike Montrey, Ryan Montreau. Plus The Motet and Brother’s Keeper.
Grow along with Color Tongue & dance on some graves in this new video featuring some lively sunflowers.
We chat pandemic, new ‘DeGreaser’ album, the passing of Van Halen, and, of course, shredding.
Tracks from Quarter -Life Crisis, Falcon Jane, Katy J Pearson, Told Slant, Rubber Band Gun, and more!
KIN is a London-based atmospheric indie pop trio who blend groovy electronics with sweet guitar riffs. Here, two-thirds of the band (Adam Collier and Grace Strickland de Souza) deliver an intimate, exclusive acoustic performance just as the rain starts to fall. “L.O.V.E.” is the latest single available from KIN. Listen to the audio podcast for more music and interview.
In this episode we’re catching up with Greg and Kevin of the Chicago-based label, Born Yesterday Records. We talk about the young label’s beginnings, how the pandemic has affected their bands (Deeper, Stuck) and the label, and we dive in for a ton of music from their catalog.