Our Week In Music: Epic Music Discovery, Celebration of Women & Spring, & Exclusive At-Home Performances

In case you couldn’t keep up with the musicians, bands, and artists we’ve been throwing at you all week, here’s a quick recap …

Podcasts

This week, on The Music Meetup, host Elena Childers created a playlist in celebration of International Women’s Day and the Spring Equinox. She emphasized you should be celebrating women every second of your life and provides a playlist of female artists she has interviews on The Music Meetup before.

 

For BTR Live Studio (at Home), host Bryan Bruchman chatted with Bartees Strange, who also gave us an epic exclusive at-home live performance of songs from his 2020 album Live Forever.

 

This week’s episode of Subliminal Inevitable was a refresher playlist of tracks from labels who were recently featured on the show! Tune in to get an epic music discovery listen.

 

Plus, another new BTR Live Studio (At-Home) featured NYC band Mala Vista. Host Jeanette D. Moses chatted with the group about being quarantined away from each other, their return to creating music, and Mala Vista gave us an exclusive live-at-home performance of their currently unreleased songs.

 

Finally, our Top Artist of the Week was An Only Child! Our hosts are spinning his album, Prepare The Body (self-released) the most this week.

 

Videos

You can also watch the exclusive performance from our latest BTR Live Studio (at Home) sessions with Bartees Strange and Mala Vista right here, along with previously unreleased At-Home Live Studios with Foxanne from back in November:

 

Editorial

This week we started with the premiere from Salt Lake City, Ut.-based rockers Sculpture Club. Their newest thrasher “Chains and Faith” is an instant post-punk anthem.

 

We also had a chat with Canadian garage synth-duo Doohicky Cubicle. The two create a musical haze that tricks you into smiling and keeps you grooving.

 

Plus, we also got to premiere the debut of The Curls’ frontman’s newest project Spiritual Mick. Watch the video for “Muncher Madness (Or the Democracy of Killing Everything That Moves)” and keeps your tabs on his upcoming debut LP out sometime this year.

 

And, our last premiere of the week came from NYC’s very own Reverend Mother. Formerly, known as Priestess, the metal trio released a seven-inch with us to give the world a contemporary metal band that everyone can enjoy!

 

Finally, get your hands on the specific Music Meetup episodes of the female artists featured on this week’s The Music Meetup playlist here!

 

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Outside Lands:New 2021 Festival Dates and Ticket Information

Nylon:How You Can Support Asian-American Communities Right Now

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