It was a hard year but offered valuable lessons and opportunities for growth.
There’s a lot to see around NYC each year and we tried to see as much as possible. Here are some of our favorite moments captured by our photographers.
The Oddities Flea Market returned to Brooklyn once again, bringing skulls, clowns, crafts and more.
A look back at some of our favorite shots of our favorite bands in 2019.
Real life worries can be as exhausting as the toughest workouts. With awareness and flexibility, they won’t ruin your hard work.
Look at these memes while you’re parked outside the office debating to go in or go drive off into the sunset never to be seen again.
It’s the glam punk’s final track of the year to his series of powerful singles.
Jay Som and Boy Scouts came to Brooklyn and BTR’s cameras were there.
This week The Music Meetup strays from its usual format to give you the spookiest Halloween playlist.
The Italian trio brings you fuzzed-out garage rock no matter how difficult it gets.
BTRtoday visited the 2019 New York Comic Con at the Javits Center
After remaking rock music with Cream, the cantankerous drummer made music and enraged everyone around him until the end.
Be the first to hear the raging new track from these post-punkers’ upcoming album ‘Tapeworm.’
Their latest album is inspired by T.S. Eliot, ‘50s rock ‘n’ roll and friendship.
Take a look inside Bushwick Open Studios!
Fime takes our wandering minds to a universe of miniature landscapes and sultry sounds.
The massive photo exhibit is back in DUMBO once again.
Dangerous and exciting music that Sonic Youth’s Kim Gordon calls “hot as fuck.”
The former Cheyenne frontman bridges divides in his new song and video and BTRtoday is proud to let it loose on the world.
We spend the day with LA’s Death Valley Girls in Atlanta
Protecting nature wasn’t enough for this Alaskan park ranger, so she created Skux.
The Ninth Annual Kimchipalooza hit Brooklyn this weekend!
The badass blues rockers talk empowerment, trademark troubles and new music.
The weekly Sunday boogie night was extra lit this week with some of Brooklyn’s most beloved rockers.
On their new album ‘Lost In Lima,’ the Texan rockers find the joy in disorientation.
They’re as colorful and entertaining as the children’s toy they’re named after.
Cellphones and minds we’re lost the first night and oh, what a magical time it was.
Yes, just like the headline says: there really was a cat fashion show at New York City’s Algonquin Hotel.
She’s a big fan of her therapist, ‘Breakfast At Tiffany’s’ and moving on with her life.
The Brooklyn Drum Collective presented a Rooftop Show! at Our Wicked Lady on Friday, July 19
The Puerto Rican/New Yorker activist rallies passions and opens hearts with her new music.
Casanova Valentine and a rowdy bunch of no-ring wrestlers took over Our Wicked Lady for The Great American Trash 4th of July Extravaganza.
He’s a big boy in the big city making some music and flipping some burgers.
This indie rock quartet’s sound will bring back a craze-level similar to Beatlemania.
Metal, punk rock, garage thrashers—whatever you want to call them, they’re here to shred & have a blast.
The metal punk duo is coming in full force with intensity & passion.
On Saturday, June 22, Randall’s Island in NYC became Punk Island for the annual festival.
It was a night filled with love, support, moshing and even a marriage proposal.
The wild, immersive Bushwick nightclub experience runs through August.
Get inside the secret immersive experience of Shadow Traffic’s Lost Horizon Night Market.
A disposable camera caught some deranged rockers taking over the unsuspecting state of Delaware.
NYC-based psych band/ king partiers kidnapped me for a weekend of debauchery in Delaware.
Jackson Galaxy’s Cat Camp took over the Metropolitan Pavilion in NYC this weekend!
I met up with the rockin’ mountain boys/turned city boys across the pond for a grand ‘ole time.
We got a sneak peak at the updated SummerStage at Central Park.
The London rock ‘n’ roll show was a day of tension and release.
The last time these NYC-based rockers released an album was the last time there was a blue moon, so it was time.
Patio took the top artist spot at BTRtoday then rocked Union Pool.
Frontwoman Kelli Mayo admits in new song that she can’t do the ‘Dirty Dancing’ leap, but she loves to try.
Her music has a hint of twang that’s played fast and to-the-point with lyrics about realizing your crush sucks.
Ex Hex rocked Elsewhere in Brooklyn, with openers Versus and Thick.
A look inside a Digester Egg at the Newtown Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant.
The Nashville quartet’s fun vibes and groovy beats took over the Lower East Side.
The Coathangers played Music Hall Of Williamsburg in Brooklyn.
We caught Julia Jacklin’s headlining set at Rough Trade in Brooklyn last night.
The Brooklyn quintet shot a secret music video at a Brooklyn Ikea. Now the secret’s out.
The spicy celebration scorched tastebuds with some of the hottest peppers and sauces around.
The Bloody Mary Fest came to Brooklyn!
Interviews with Miles Doughty of Slightly Stoopid and Brett Wilson of Roots of Creation, ahead of their performances at the first BeachLife Festival in Los Angeles.
BTRtoday presented Dilly Dally at Music Hall Of Williamsburg.
We’ve got one more look back at SXSW 2019 in portraits and unofficial show photos.
Our final day of official SXSW showcase coverage…
Friday was when things started to get really wild at SXSW.
Thursday in Austin kept the great music going!
On day two of SXSW Music, we caught performances by some of our must-see bands.
The first day of SXSW started off the week-long music festival with a bang.
Love takes on many forms, from doomed television characters to crappy presidential merch.
The Barely Legal Brunchin’ Biddies, The Cthululemon, Bernie Sandwiches and more trekked out to a wintry Prospect Park this weekend to vie for big picnicking prizes.
NYC Beer Week is here. We checked out the Brewers Panel at The Well in Brooklyn.
The Semi-Annual Hatebaby Valentines’ Blood Harvest took over Rubulad in Brooklyn.
The best of man’s best friends strutted their stuff at the 2019 Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show at MSG.
Winter Warmer NYC brought food, booze, and beer to the Brooklyn Expo Center.
BTRtoday presents the first song from the upcoming album ‘Icaro Nouveau.’
It’s Showtime NYC lit up the Metropolitan Museum Of Art’s Arms and Armor department with hip-hop dance.
On Sunday, January 6, the Three Kings Parade took place in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.