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It's my last show of 2020, so let's finish strong! More fave tracks from this year plus some thoughts on 2020 and plans for 2021. Lots of great stuff on today's ep.
This is part 1 of 3 for my 2020 year in music recap. As always, this is an incomplete list of my favorites, and presented unranked, though along the way I may highlight some records that really stood out a little extra for me this year. We're doing things alphabetically this time around, so this episode covers artist names from A to D.
The holidays are closing in. Some more favorite tracks from 2020 to listen as you do whatever it is you are doing. Music from Honey Cutt, Ryan Pollie, Adeline Hotel and more. One more show between this one and the new year -- let's go!
Oh boy, it's that time of year again.  We say goodbye to 2020 and say hello to 4 weeks of Best of picks.  Week 1 has triple shots, a double shot and a lot of good tunes to welcome in December.  Let's get to it!
Election results are finally in and they are cause for celebration. 2020 has been a roller coaster, but we have had great music. Lots of tracks from this year including some new music from Mariya May, Gord Downie and Death Valley Girls.
It's the first day of Autumn! We are welcoming it with new tracks as well as some nostalgia inducing throwbacks. Are you an apple person or a a pumpkin person? Apple all the way for me. Find me on Twitter @othermaggie. Some of today's music was featured on Lottie's latest ep of Spotlight On The City. Also, check out Photo Ops for BTR Live Studio at Home. Voter registration deadlines are coming up, don't miss yours! Check this list for reference.
Songs I love to start this next journey around the sun.
This episode mostly features music from the first half of my 29th year, July - December 2019. Also, a few life lessons I have learned over the years.
Change is happening, keep pushing forward! Keep protesting, donating, and amplifying voices who should be heard. Keep learning.
No JT memes here, just good music.
All the albums getting the most play here on BTR this week. Including Anna Burch in the top spot. Give this mix a listen and then purchase your favorite album if you are able. Lots of artists needing your support during this time.
The sultry sounds of Anna Burch take the lead once again this week—see who else made the cut.
We are heading into May, but we are also heading into good vibes.  I can feel it.  Im using my musical selections, on this last Sunday in April, to spread the positive vibrations. Can you feel it too?
Counting down the most played albums of the week! Countdown debuts from Sorry and Cable Ties. And, music from Dirty Projectors our most played artist of the week!
Welcome Dirty Projectors back from 2018 to the top of our list—see who else made the cut.
Turn the music up!
Lots of music and some quarantine updates.
Waxahatchee, Vanessa Carlton, Magdalena Bay, Dirty Projectors... the list of new music in today's mix goes on and on. Keep your social distance but stay connected with some of the most talented ladies around.
New releases from M. Ward, Anna Burch, Locate S, 1, Drakulas, and more.
Today we sit in a patch of sun, listen to new music from Dirty Projectors, Ada Lea, Half Waif, Anna Burch, Why Bonnie, Locate S 1,  and Sorry, read reflections from the 1665 Plague, ponder my great grandmother's mincemeat recipe (tried November 1894), and remember the musicians we've lost so far to COVID-19.
Hedwig Brouckaert is a New York based Belgian-American artist who works with mass media imagery to create highly personal works
We've got jellybean updates, an extremely low stakes guessing game and two hours of music for your earholes.
Spring break can still be fun at home! Just turn this mix on and pretend you're hanging out with your favorite BTR DJs dancing the day/night away. We've got a great set.
This week we're kicking off the episode with a preview of the upcoming SAVAK album, Rotting Teeth In The Horse's Mouth, out April 10th from Ernest Jenning Record Company, complete with a conversation with one of the band's two primary songwriters, Michael "Jaws" Jaworski. We talk about the band's process in writing and recording, cover practice spaces in the Gowanus neighborhood of Brooklyn, and address the uncertainty of releasing music in the midst of the current global health crisis. Later in the show, we check out new music from Citris, Blue Canopy, The Memories, Ada Lea, Dirty Projectors, Ellis, and Waxahatchee, plus a new Shannen Moser track from the Lame-O Records "Compilation For Isolation" - Don't Stand So Close To Me.
Music for your ears by Ellis, Half Waif, Waxahatchee, Circa Waves and more.
New music from Cable Ties, Born Ruffians, Fine China and more!
Alexandra Levy is the Montreal-based songwriter performing as Ada Lea, whose debut album reveals a collection of songs that balance an often big and bold rock sound with fragile, revelatory pop songs to dramatic, cathartic effect. The band stopped by Serious Business Music in Brooklyn to share this intimate look at Ada Lea’s tunes. what we say in private is available now from Saddle Creek. Listen to the audio podcast for more music and interview.
Playing some of the best albums, artists and tracks from 2019

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