Indie-rock band Automatic Children perform the unforgettable song, “Now You Know” at the KGB bar in NYC. Don’t miss their remarkable live performance here at BreakThru radio.
NYC’s Automatic Children is a band that is altogether unique. Their indie-rock vibe shines through in their music – ear-catching and show stopping. Big Takeover magazine once called them a “poppy post-punk gem.” Mark your calenders for July 10, and don’t miss the band perform in New York.
Read more: http://www.automaticchildren.com/
Everyone knows the best way to enjoy music is to experience it live. Which is why every week, BTR is dedicated to bringing you a brand new episode of Hear & There. We serve up original and dynamic musicians, performing live in unique and creative locations, all shot in beautiful HD video. You couldn’t be there, so let BTR take you there. Hear & There, Thursdays on the new BreakThru Radio.
Check out our TV channel on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/BreakThruRadioTV
Follow us on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/breakthruradio
Like us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Breakthru-Radio/206923305736
Sanya N'Kanta is a Jamaican-born musician currently based in Charlotte, NC who writes, performs, and produces songs with a wide range of musical influences and styles. Here, he shares an exclusive, stripped-down performance of a song from his new EP. These Are The Days will be released February… | watch
Inside Voices Records is a new Seattle-based record label founded by Bobby Granfelt, and featuring an eclectic roster of musicians stemming from a strong collective. In this episode, we're premiering a ton of great new music from the label along with their handful of previously-released tracks from… | listen
Delilia Black is a queer Haitian musician and performance artist originally from Port Au Prince, but now based in London. While hopping among genres, the music could be called Alt-Americana or as Delila puts it: “Electro-Mountain, Country-Noire, Punk-Country, Afro-Billy,… | listen
Stephen detais his experience of contracting the coronavirus back in late February/early March of 2020, before lockdowns shut NYC down. He also shares how the busy Brooklyn music scene he’s a part of may have helped to spread it among his friends before people knew how serious the pandemic would… | watch