Monthly Archives: June 2011

Lots going on at BTR!

Hey Friends, we’ve got a lot going on here at BTR that has forced me to be away from the blog for some time, but let me fill you in on all this fun stuff!

First and Foremost, we’re hosting a special BTR contest to win an iPad 2! All you have to do is make a 10 (or less) second film regarding BTR in any way- it can be a sign that says BTR, you can give us a little wave and shout out, it can relate to any of our shows, videos, articles, or the theme week. And then just upload the video to our Facebook page for a chance to win!! Very simple, click here for official rules and details!

Next, we’ve made all sorts of new friends in the blogosphere and I just wanted to take a sec to show them some love:

Back in 15 Minutes  is a blog by Toronto based music journalist Lucas Samuels and it features tons of different interviews and artist mixtapes. It’s a really cool blog and he’s been awfully lucky to get some of these exclusive interviews. Click here to check out his posting of our Yellowbirds video!

David over at Jaxscene showed us some serious love with a posting of the BLORR video from a couple weeks ago. Jaxscene has all the best new bands and events happening around Jacksonville, FL, but also brings you the latest updates and news from the indie rock scene. Peep the BLORR post here.

I also have to give a shout out to Amber at Element for posting our Joanna and the Dusty Floor video. She loves Joanna Cranitch, as do I, and her simple, poignant video was front and center of the Element blog when it went live. Click here to see the full Joanna posting.

Lastly, Sam from Plant Music Reviews  gave us the thumbs up with a posting of our Peggy Sue video. PMR is a leading source for show/album reviews and discovering new bands, so definitely hit up their site to browse all their content and to check out the posting!

Well, we’ve got a ton more stuff coming up for all our listeners out there. Be sure to LIKE the BTR Facebook page and follow us on twitter @BreakThru Radio. There’s always exciting stuff to share and be involved with, so don’t hesitate to comment on the site, send us an email, or leave messages on our social media platforms. We love to hear from you!

More to come, music lovers!