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On the essence of nature and nurture, moving to Nashville, and becoming a warrior of acceptance.
We’ve all had bad first impressions, a total melt-down of a situation, or just a straight up totally absurd happenstance. Here are some BTRtoday staffers who have shared their real life fiascos!
Today’s podcast is about nostalgia, so we’ll be talking with Dr. Mauricio Delgado, an associate professor of psychology at Rutgers, about the the neurological implications of nostalgia.
We talk about the myths and science behind GMOs and share an interview with a journalist who spent time living in a war zone.
BTRtoday talks with the creator of New Jersey’s “Bernie Man Festival,” a weekend event aimed at culling together a variety of musical performances, arts, and cultural events to promote presidential candidate Bernie Sanders.
On writing songs about oppression in taxis and why inspiration is a fickle bitch.
On the spirit of creation and singing beauty through the darkness of loss.
On the small victories of perseverance and making music for yourself.
Roger Poulin of the Burnt Seeds talks songwriting in abandoned factories and intergalactic nebula surfing through rock and roll.
On cocaine-fueled adventures in Miami and songwriting in the beautiful isolation of Upstate New York.
Jennifer Dumpert is a writer, lecturer, and workshop leader who teaches an experience-based form of dream work that promotes exploration of consciousness and subconscious boundaries. She shares some of her projects with BTR, including mapping cities as dreamscapes and ingesting dream-stimulating oneirogens.
On learning to play the drums from a cop and the primordial nature of songwriting.
In many parts of Southeast Asia, dog meat is on the menu. With a massive trade network that misappropriates, abuses, and routinely murders millions of canines, a handful of humanitarian organizations and vigilantes have decided to fight back.
On the art of songwriting through heartbreak and making it big on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon.
BTR talks with the lead researcher of a two-and-a-half year study which investigated how safe Americans believe their personal information really is in the digital age.
BTR talks with an American biologist who has been working with Cuban scientists to fight lung cancer and relations thaw between the two countries, can we come closer to winning the fight?
On the importance of bass, the Long Island hardcore scene, and writing songs while driving.
More of BTR’s talk with the executive director of Clowns Without Borders–an organization dedicated to offering humor as a means of psychological support to communities who have suffered from trauma.
BTR talks with the executive director of Clowns Without Borders–an organization dedicated to offering humor as a means of psychological support to communities who have suffered from trauma.
Part two of BTR’s talk with the cofounder of the first church in the country to offer ancient and controversial psychedelic experiences to the public.
BTR talks with the co-founder of the first church in the country to offer ancient and controversial psychedelic experiences to the public.
BTR chats with Hypercolor on the art of spontaneous experimentation, years of collaboration, and the benefits of a serene studio environment.
In her new book “Just Keep Rowing,” the first woman to solo row across the Atlantic Ocean reflects on lessons learned for each of the 70 days it took her to cross.

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