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Jonah Levy on on the NYC Office of Nightlife and “Night Mayor.” Charles Hinshaw on ‘The Meyerowitz Stories (New and Selected).’ Molly Knefel on the Harvey Weinstein story. Sneak preview of Faith Healer’s BTR Live Studio session.
This week we finally get to the long-awaited Exploding In Sound Records feature on the show, including an interview with the label's founder, Dan Goldin (who also runs the music blog Post-Trash)! We…
Take a peek into the Pandora’s box of rock ‘n’ roll with the Fat White Family zine by Alec Castillo & Sacha Lecca.
Jonah Levy on the effort to repeal NYC’s Cabaret Law; Charles Hinshaw on ‘Detroit,’ directed by Kathryn Bigelow; sneak peak of Bonelang’s BTR Live Studio session.
This episode actually starts outside of NYC, featuring music by a couple of artists who recently played at Festival International in Lafayette, Louisiana. Then, we explore music by the members of a new project called Gracie Mansion, all of whom are veterans of the local music scene. And, finally, we segue into a tribute to beloved Brooklyn DIY venue Shea Stadium, which is now in the process of seeking a new home and situation in hopes of continuing to service the community they’ve both been a part of and helped to develop over the years.
If you love fresh vegetables in summer, try growing some in the comfort of your own home!
From Australia, we're premiering Ruth Carp & The Fish Heads' newest album ‘Can Men Like Us Go To Heaven?’
Julio Anta, founder of the Native Sound, declares to BTRtoday that reverb is king for his label’s signings.
Meet Shadow Band--the dark and mysterious group that everyone is looking for. They've got some edge, some sweetness, and some eeriness.
They’re just three protozoa that crawled out from under the pillars of creation and picked up instruments. But what happened after they picked up those instruments is a pivotal point in the history of Brooklyn’s music scene.
The NYC-based band Lady is calling it quits and they’re making sure to go out with a bang at Shea Stadium this Friday! Also playing are Gingerlys, Holy Tunics, & NO ICE—all ages and only $10!
With high rent, fines, strenuous permit processes, and prejudice targeting, established and iconic DIY NYC venues are being bought out or forced to close their doors. How do venues and creative spaces get ahead and keep up? We must form an alliance with artists, audiences, and the city to stay afloat, stay safe, and become legit.
On playing hot potato with instruments, lyrical patterns, and staying focused and positive.
Now you can make your own alcohol at home with the press of a button...
Meet the mystical-psychedelic dreamer Dean Cercone. An artist and a musician—he’s giving the world a completely unique form of creative skills!

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