Our Week In Music: Live Performances, Premieres, & Tons of New Podcast Episodes

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 chatted with the frontwoman from Atlanta-based punk rockers Lesibu Grand! Check out their most recent badass music video for the feminist single “Not Sweet Enough” and tune in!

 

For BTR Live Studio (at Home), host Jen Meller chatted with Miami by way of Brooklyn musician niecesandnephews. niecesandnephews released his full-length album, Mnemosyne on July 16. They discussed his Feb 2021 release Hit By A Parked Car, and he explained his musical process, how quarantine affected him,  and what it was like touring in Israel.

 

There was also a brand new Spotlight On the City! This week’s episode featured local musicians from Springfield, Missouri.

 

Plus, a new episode of Subliminal Inevitable. This week featured the U.K.-based record label Safe Suburban Home Records. host Bryna Bruchman chatted with found Jim Quinn and spun tunes from their roster.

 

And for our last BTR Live Studio (At-Home) for the week we had Will Stratton. Will performed a solo acoustic performance of three songs from his record The Changing Wilderness and chatted with host Brushman about the recording process, his life outside of music, and more.

 

Finally, our Top Artist of the Week was VEPS! Our hosts spun their new album, Open The Door (Kanine Records) the most this week!

 

Videos

You can also watch the exclusive performance from our latest BTR Live Studio (at Home) sessions with niceandnephews and Will Stratton right here, along with previously unreleased At-Home Live Studios with OK Cowgirl from back in February:

 

Editorial

We kicked the week off with a premiere from Nashville artist Linsday Starr. She pairs an ethereal music video for her track “Blaming the Weather.”

 

We then premiered the garage rockin’ video for Broken Baby. Their track “Get the Piss Up” shows just how garage rock they truly are.

 

We also take a walk with D.A. Stern with the video premiere for his track “People Named Ben.” The video shows him a lovely walk with his sweet pup, Wurli.

 

And, our last premiere of the week was a dramatic cut-out animation music video from JENNY for their track “Trajinero.

 

Finally, check out the written feature on this week’s rockin’ Music Meetup artist Lesibu Grand, here!

 

In Other Music News…

All Music:Protomartyr’s Joe Casey on the Highs and Lows of His Pandemic Movie Watching

The Fader:Brittany Howard enlists Childish Gambino, Syd, and more for ‘Jaime Reimagined’

DIY Mag: The Lazy Eyes Offer Up New Track ‘The Island’

Alt Citizen:Video Premiere: Acid Tongue Celebrates the Apocalypse in ‘Rock ‘N Roll Revelations’

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