Big show this week!!! For our 12 yr anniversary we’re gonna drop some new tracks from Asymptote, Lorn, N1L and a ton more! So turn it way up and let’s do this…glitch//idm!
This week we chat w/ the frontwoman of Philly-based band No Thank You—plus, we share their brand new album ‘Embroidered Foliage.’ 
Their newest album ‘Embroidered Foliage’ just came out & it’s perfect for combating quarantine depression.
You don’t have to be a superstar to go on tour and travel the world. You don’t need to sell a billion records to make a living off your creativity. What you really need is courage, patience and some good talent. Mazzi & S.O.U.L. Purpose has been around the world, visiting a ton of countries some people only dream about traveling to. Mazzi is a dancer, MC, and amazing writer who puts out a ton of music each year with most of the proceeds going to a charity of his choice. Watch our previous video for “Piece” by Mazzi & S.O.U.L. Purpose and listen to the audio podcast for more music and interview.
They’re impossible to google & now they’re debuting with a song saying they’ll drive you crazy—it’s beautiful.
The last debate of the 2020 presidential cycle calls for alternate programming and fresh adult beverages.
As the United States heads for a third wave of spiking coronavirus cases, John Knefel addresses why this may be the worst part of the pandemic so far. Molly and John Knefel are hosts of the longrunning progressive politics podcast, Radio Dispatch. Music featured in the episode: “Awake” by Tycho
The president is shifting his plan to make coronavirus part of everyday life into hyperdrive.
We review the major election-related news of the week–and there’s plenty, of course. Plus music from Sad13.
Mock Suns is a Philadelphia-based project headed up by Greg Puglese, known for synthy, dreamy pop songs. Greg put together a special trio for this exclusive performance of the song “More” from the new album. Mock Suns is available now. Listen to the audio podcast for more music and interview.
Erinn talks about how gardening makes her feel connected to her grandmother as well as the others who came before her, and how it is meaningful that today her labor benefits only herself and those of her choosing.
LA-based Raye Zaragoza is an acclaimed folk songwriter and performer whose new album is about to drop. Here, she takes a break from roller skating to show us around her apartment/home studio, and give an exclusive performance of her powerful song, “The It Girl.” Woman In Color will be out October 23, 2020. Listen to the audio podcast for more music and interview.
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Get spooky with the BTR crew on this Halloween edition of Roadside Assistance. A selection of haunting tracks to get you in the Halloween spirit.
The new singles and album tracks keep coming, and we’re even starting to see what February 2021 is going to look like for new records (spoiler: It’s looking great), with tracks from Sun June, Smokescreens, Beauty Pill, Okey Dokey, The Weather Station, Gord Downie, Helena Deland, Hiroki Tanaka, Lydia Luce, a Day Without Love, Tomberlin, Post Fear, Jeremy Ivey, and Cloud Nothings.
Tallest Man on Earth, Hiss Golden Messenger, Ghost of Paul Revere, Cass McCombs, Mountain Goats, Office Culture — All sounds that fit the mood of a cold and dark October night.
Electronica via Rhythm Staircase, Rescue Poetix, Polina Griffith, RFL! Cool down from your extended workout w/ Ramon Tapia & Rafa Barrios!
New music for a Sunday Funday escape show.  Let’s spend fall listening to good tunes and enjoying the changing of weather.  Double shots and new tunes from top to bottom.  Let’s do it!
Olivia Trummer & Hadar Noiberg, Restroy, Gregg Belisle-Chi, Felipe Salles Interconnections Ensemble on today’s episode of The Jazz Hole.