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 …
This week, on The Music Meetup, host Elena Childers featured with grunge rockers Francis of Delirium. She shared tracks new and old and chatted with frontwoman Jana Bahrich.
There was also a brand new Roadside Assitance this week in celebration of Fat Tuesday. We kick of Mardis Gras celebrations with bands like Death Valley Girls, Felicia Douglass, Miss June, and many others!
For BTR Live Studio (at Home), Bryan Bruchman chatted with dream-rockers Ok Cowgirl. Fronted by singer/songwriter Leah Lavigne, the group is currently splitting time between Detroit and Brooklyn. For this episode, the band delivered a memorable rooftop performance and chatted about their musical past (full of meet-cute stories) and the challenges of relaunching a project during a pandemic.
Subliminal Inevitable also had a new episode this week, this time featuring Near Mint! The Indiana-based record label has a “passion for art & physical media.” In this episode, host Bryan Bruchman spoke with the label’s founder/owner, Corey Purvis, about the label’s history, unique vinyl pressings, reissues, and artwork.
Plus, another new BTR Live Studio (At-Home) featuring Lindsay Reamer! Bruchman chatted with the Philadelphia-based artist who started writing and producing over the past year. In this episode, they chatted about Reamer’s background, experience making the debut EP Lucky, and her process for songwriting.
Finally, our Top Artist of the Week was Jocelyn Mackenzie! Our hosts spun her new album Push (Righteous Babe) the most this week!
You can also watch the exclusive performance from our latest BTR Live Studio (at Home) sessions with OK Cowgirl and Lindsay Reamer right here, along with previously unreleased At-Home Live Studios with Pine Barons from back in October:
This week we started with the premiere of the quarantine-styled music video from funky fun Branjae! The track “Free Facts” is paired with a video chat style video and preaches about the importance of self-education and asking questions.
We also premiered an exclusive pre-release to Adir L.C.’s newest EP Future, Tense. a day before its official release. It’s been a tense recent past, and the future is feeling the same—take an early listen to this new EP to soothe you into 2021.
Plus, Asheville, Tn.-based rockers Bad Molly released a stop motion animation video for their song “F/V Big Valley.” The song is in memory of their frontman Pete Elwell, who passed last year from an overdose. Coming from their newest split seven-inch, all profits go to Musicians for Overdose Prevention.
And, our last premiere of the week came from NYC locals Acetone 4. Watch their somber new video for “Linden Hill” and check out their just-released EP Shapeshifter—all profits go to the Brooklyn Sew Works Outreach Project.
Finally, you can read the entire write-up on the grunge outfit Francis of Delirium and their dabble in pop music for The Music Meetup, here!
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