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Flowers is the London-based trio of Sam, Rachel, and Jordan. Formed in 2012 and booked for a tour supporting The Pains Of Being Pure at Heart before playing their first gig, they've been making brilliant first impressions all along the way with their charmingly fuzzy pop. From solid, minimalist structures to sonic mayhem and captivating vocals, they band has a way of captivating audiences. They stopped by Let Em In Music in Gowanus, Brooklyn, while in town for CMJ for this special session, recorded by engineer Nadim Issa.
Gemma Ray is a British musician, singer, composer, and producer. Currently living in Berlin, her style is described as pop-noir, and draws heavily on indie folk and blues. On a recent visit to New York, she stopped by Lowlands Bar, a charming bar tucked away in the Gowanus neighborhood of Brooklyn, for an intimate performance of her song "You Changed Me."
Gemma Ray is a British musician, singer, composer, and producer. Currently living in Berlin, her style is described as pop-noir, and draws heavily on indie folk and blues. On a recent visit to New York, she stopped by Lowlands Bar, a charming bar tucked away in the Gowanus neighborhood of Brooklyn, for an intimate performance of her song "The Right Thing Did Me Wrong."
It's BreakThru Week on BTR! On today's show, a word with Julia Buntaine, editor-in-chief of the bimonthly publication, 'SciArt in America'. Later, we speak to acclaimed illustrator and spokesperson for the Save Kentile campaign, Stephen Savage, about the public meaning of private derelict. And after the promotional air raid, 'New York Times'-bestselling author, Capt. Luis Carlos Montalvan talks about his experience with the VA and how he came to meet the service dog that changed his life.
Activists assemble to preserve a Brooklyn landmark.
Mount Sharp is a band proudly hailing from the toxic-post-industrial-superfund neighborhood of Gowanus, Brooklyn. With songs about science, monsters, and bad decisions, this space-obsessed gang of noisy nerds is gearing up to share their debut EP, full of fuzzy, raw indie rock. The band, which features a few faces familiar to the BTR team, shared some new jams and sat down to nerd out over Game of Thrones with Travis and talk about their upcoming record and NYC residency shows.
Brett Saxon is a Brooklyn-based songwriter. Wielding an acoustic guitar and a tight backing band, Brett sings his way through tales of longing, loneliness, and social politics. His is a particularly moody take on the folk and country traditions, pulled into the modern day bars of Brooklyn. Here, Brett steps out from behind the bar at Mission Dolores, where he works in Gowanus, Brooklyn, for an intimate performance with his band.
Brett Saxon is a Brooklyn-based songwriter. Wielding an acoustic guitar and a tight backing band, Brett sings his way through tales of longing, loneliness, and social politics. His is a particularly moody take on the folk and country traditions, pulled into the modern day bars of Brooklyn. Here, Brett steps out from behind the bar at Mission Dolores, where he works in Gowanus, Brooklyn, for an intimate performance with his band.