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Crazy Pills is an NYC-based garage-pop trio, led by ferocious guitarist and singer Amanda, aka “Tha Kitten.” The band gives their single, "Break It Down," a proper treatment with this feline-frenzy of a music video featuring some of their best friends and their humans! Participants were asked to shoot themselves with their cats while singing along to the song -- we hear this is called “crowdsourcing.”
Crazy Pills is an NYC-based garage-pop trio, led by ferocious guitarist and singer Amanda, aka “Tha Kitten.” The band gives their single, "Break It Down," a proper treatment with this feline-frenzy of a music video featuring some of their best friends and their humans! Participants were asked to shoot themselves with their cats while singing along to the song -- we hear this is called “crowdsourcing.”
Grow: How to Take Your Do It Yourself Project and Passion to the Next Level and Quit Your Job is a book written by Eleanor Whitney. With plenty of experience in the DIY realm herself, as well as with helping others to execute their own DIY projects, Whitney outlines with authority a number of steps that can be key in building a project from the ground up and developing it into a thriving endeavor. She sat down for BreakThruTV to discuss her book, going over it chapter by chapter.
Grow: How to Take Your Do It Yourself Project and Passion to the Next Level and Quit Your Job is a book written by Eleanor Whitney. With plenty of experience in the DIY realm herself, as well as with helping others to execute their own DIY projects, Whitney outlines with authority a number of steps that can be key in building a project from the ground up and developing it into a thriving endeavor. She sat down for BreakThruTV to discuss her book, going over it chapter by chapter.
On March 15, 2014, BTR threw a free, unofficial day party during the SXSW Music Festival in Austin, Texas. Held at The Liberty -- a great East Side watering hole with a huge outdoor area, including a bar and the East Side King food truck -- we hosted a fun-filled day with music from Clouder, The So So Glos, Gringo Star, Diane Coffee, Milagres, Zorch, and Marijuana Deathsquads. Our friends at Southern Tier Brewing Company provided complimentary beers for our guests. Check out the video to catch some of the performances and exclusive interviews with BTR Live Studio host, Maia Macdonald.
Grow: How to Take Your Do It Yourself Project and Passion to the Next Level and Quit Your Job is a book written by Eleanor Whitney. With plenty of experience in the DIY realm herself, as well as with helping others to execute their own DIY projects, Whitney outlines with authority a number of steps that can be key in building a project from the ground up and developing it into a thriving endeavor. She sat down for BreakThruTV to discuss her book, going over it chapter by chapter.
Algebra Blessett is a contemporary R&B singer who was raised in Atlanta, Georgia. In school she sang in a gospel choir as a way to stay after school with her friends, and eventually found herself performing as a background singer for artists including Monica and Bilal, as well as touring with Anthony Hamilton and collaborating with India.Arie while also developing her own music. Now, with her first release in a few years, she sat down with BTR’s Ms. Drama to talk about change, making music, the Recovery process, and how she got to where she is now.
Seanna Sharpe made a splash when she took her aerial act high above the East River of New York City, performing suspended from the Williamsburg Bridge in 2011. Now she’s director of Urban Aerial NYC, a company of aerial artists who perform regularly in New York. Additionally, she’s founded Katana Flight School, an educational program teaching at-risk youth and underprivileged children aerial dance and acrobatics. Here, she discusses both organizations, as well as her own experiences as an aerialist.

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