Music
Music Director: Lottie Leymarie
BTR Live Studio: Podcast / Video
Grace Strickland de Souza is a multi-talented performer who we first got to know via her work in the band Kin. Over the past year, her solo musical bedroom experiments grew into a fully-developed project, taking inspiration from film scores, vocal experimentations, and electro-pop to form her own unique voice and sonic language. Here, she takes us to her home in Sheffield, UK for an intimate performance. Better In Space EP is available now. Listen to the audio podcast for more music and interview.
On today’s episodes of BTR Live Studio at Home, London based electro pop artist GracieSouz, stops by to unveil the new solo project. The project began as a bedroom experiment during the London lockdown and boomed into so much more. The project has dark brooding cinematic tones. Grace is also associated with Indie Rock group Kin. Jen discusses with Grace the sound of the new project, her writing process, the making of the two new music videos for the singles Brian Cox and Before, An Apparition, and the influence of outer space on the project.
Sasha And The Valentines is an Austin, TX-based dream pop band with a brand new debut full length full of sweet and hazy pop gems. For their performance here, Sarah Addi (voice, keys, drum machine) is joined by JB Bergin on Violin in a perfect outdoor setting, and we have a great conversation with Sarah about the band's history and the new record! So You Think You Found Love is available now from Oof Records.  
In the building we have special guest John Jigg$, hailing from Strong island, Long island, New York. John Jiggs is a very talented artist who had no just to be involve in music because his family was deep into music also. Displaying his skills in the local areas of Long Island, John felt like it was time to take his mic skills to the next stage, yeah time to go national and international. Despite the pandemic Jigg$ has not quarantine his hustle by staying home. He has been hitting the hip-hop circuit hard. Performing from New York, Atlanta to New Orleans while working on his new project which just dropped on all digital outlets. I sat down and talk with the brother. Let’s check it out.  
An Only Child is a singer-songwriter, dancer, and filmmaker based in Los Angeles. His album, ‘Prepare The Body,’ came out in December and was played enough on BTRtoday programming that he was named Top Artist of the Week on March 19th of this year. This podcast is produced by Stereoactive Media.
It seems like the more we say stop! Wake up! Quit the hate and violence against all people! It just continues to go on, but we all know, no matter what you say or do there will always be some people who will never get it. There are some people out there in the world who love drama, trouble and hurting people. Some of the toughest punishment that could exist would never deter some to quit the stupidity & negativity. But around here, we're staying positive!!! Let the victims know they are not alone, and we're all in this together. Keep up the fight. While we're here, let’s make time to feel great with some good music too. Let's go! Relax and enjoy!
Boom-bap head bopping music! Whenever we get a chance, we bring that chance to you, and we do it every week with the hard hitting World Hip Hop show. It's me, Bazarro on the mix, so come on let’s rock. It’s never too late to feel good!
Today features music from Stank Nitty, Money Mogly, Visionaries, and more.
We're checking in with Mike Park of Asian Man Records as the label celebrates 25 years of releasing music covering genres from ska and punk to indie rock, jazz, and more! We also talk about Mike's new video series and his Degrassi Junior High podcast. You can purchase a copy of the new single from The Bruce Lee Band (which kicks off this show!) to help support stopaapihate.org.                                        
Mo Douglas takes the top spot! Debuting on the countdown: Jess Joy, Alex Little and the Suspicious Minds, Raf Rundell, Juan Wauters, Sorry
Eleventh Dream Day are our most played artist this week! Countdown debuts: Citizen, Hey, King!, The Natvral, Major Murphy, The Orielles
This week's new music comes from new and recent singles and albums - as always, there's a lot of great stuff to check out, so let's do it!
Today features music from Jimpster, Rogue D, Michael Grey, and more.
In anticipation of DJ Rekha's first outdoor show in front actual humans in a long time, they pick their likely selection of Punjabi tunes they want to road test. In the beyond segment, new tracks from Africa, the Caribbean as well as Columbia electro tropical royalty, Bomba Estéreo.
Here we go again!!! Another great show featuring new tracks from Sleep Clinic, 0.syx, Maxwell Sterling and tons more! This is the glitch//idm show
Tracks by Grave Flowers Bongo Band, Snake Lips, Sacred Shrines, JayWood, Sunny War and more!
Sasha And The Valentines is a dream-pop band based in Austin, TX, whose debut full-length just dropped, full of sweet and hazy pop gems. Here, Sarah Addi (voice, keys, drum machine) is joined by JB Bergin on Violin in a perfect outdoor setting for this super sweet performance. So You Think You Found Love is available now from Oof Records. Listen to the audio podcast for more music and interview.
Stand up for what's right. This mix of tunes will inspire and motivate you.
Maybe? Actually yes, it is. Welcome the new month in with May named artists in doubleshot form and May theme tracks from some of my favorite indie artists. Also, new new new for you you you.  It's my gift to you for May! Enjoy!
Panter feat. the powerful voice of Muambuyi, whose lyrics call upon a tribal leader to reveal his mystic powers in front of his followers!
Hola Amigos! Dub, Roots and Dancehall from Mexico all show today for Cinco De Mayo. Also, some killer Mexican themed artists and tunes mixed in.  Enjoy the holiday!
Crank up your speakers & enjoy wicked new riddims by Potential Kidd, Flex, Tommy Lee Sparta, Jahvillani, Damian “Junior Gong” Marley, Moyann
It's finally time to enjoy some nice weather, so press play and get vaccinated!
A Day Without Love is the musical project of Philadelphia-based artist Brian Walker, operating under the mantra of “Telling the truth through pain and storytelling.” Besides writing and performing music, Brian creates podcasts, is active on social media, and has a documentary film in the works. His catalog of releases runs deep, and is pretty varied stylistically, though often leaning towards acoustic indie folk with hints of punk experimentation. Here, A Day Without Love delivers a raw, solo performance for BTR Live Studio at Home. Mega Jawn is the latest release from A Day Without Love. Listen to the audio podcast for more music and interview. In addition to the links below, you can support A Day Without Love on Patreon.
Tune in for music by Råberg/Chase/McMahon, Kari van der Kloot, Gabe Terracciano Trio, Svetlana, Rodrigo Faina and Change Ensemble
Grammy Award winning artists Ranky Tanky show us a “Good Time” as we celebrate mother’s day the Jam Session way, with songs for mom!
The Listening Booth has downbeat alt w/Hey, King!, blues via Kishi Bashi, and nostalgic electro from (the very 80s sounding) Hotel Nights!
Tracks by Juan Wauters, JayWood, Sarah Mary Chadwick, Innov Gnawa and more!