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Lottie's playing her favorite songs from the first half of 2021!
We are at the halfway point in the year and so we're going to take this opportunity to review some of the music I am so glad to have played on the show so far in 2021. A lot of good stuff, including the BTR Live Studio session featuring Sunny War below! [youtubelg]https://youtu.be/WzEraRnJePY[/youtubelg]
A lot of great music on today's ep! Anjimile, Perry Serpa, Ali Barter and more! Also, in addition to May being Mental Health Awareness Month, it is also AAPI Heritage month. Below you can find the interview I mentioned ... Julia Kwon for Art Uncovered. Make sure to check out her work here. Also, if you're interested in music from underground artists that are from AAPI backgrounds, you can check out this playlist.
Let the music keep you going.. Help the world in some way: get vaxxed, fight racism, stand in solidarity with communities in need.
Tracks by Xiu Xiu, Madi Diaz, Warren Dunes, Ilithios, and more!
It's my last show for March 2021 aka Women's History Month, so in honor of that, a playlist totally comprised of female artists -- celebrate women now and always
I get to share my day with Palm Sunday and Passover, and as an added bonus we are getting so much sun lately.  So much to celebrate! Let's do it with indie tunes and double shots! Happy Spring & Happy Sunday!
A slightly belated celebration of International Women's Day with a very female heavy playlist.
Aerial East takes the top spot on this week’s BTR Top 10! Our hosts are spinning her album, Try Harder the most this week! Debuting on the countdown: Cassandra Jenkins, Katy Kirby, Jonas Carping Find your favorite in the mix and support the artist by buying an album or some merch! Here’s The Full List: 1. AERIAL EAST, Try Harder (Partisan Records) 2. JONAS CARPING, The YLA Sessions (self-released) 3. INEZ, Voicemails And Conversations (From INEZ With Love) 4. ARLO PARKS, Collapsed In Sunbeams (Transgressive/PIAS) 5. JOCELYN MACKENZIE, PUSH (Righteous Babe) 6. CASSANDRA JENKINS, An Overview On Phenomenal Nature (Ba Da Bing) 7. SUN JUNE, Somewhere (Run For Cover) 8. KATY KIRBY, Cool Dry Place (Keeled Scales) 9. THE WEATHER STATION, Ignorance (Fat Possum) 10. BROTHER GALEN, On The Way (Pre Raphaelite)
The Listening Booth dives into the genre-range of new albums by Kyle Edward Connolly & The Weather Station with a few non-consecutive blocs!
INEZ is our most played artist this week! Countdown debuts: Fleshtones, Albertine Sarges, Femi Kuti
A mid-winter discovery mix in The Listening Booth w/disco from Pearl Charles, folk blues w/Brother Galen, & anthem alt via The Fleshtones!
Music from Another Michael, Bill Jr. Jr., Yasmin Williams, Cassandra Jenkins. The Antlers, and more!
Let's catch up on new music with a giant two hour playlist featuring Kinlaw, Sun June, Osees, The Weather Station, and much more!  
Lots of excellent music on today's show. Also, as mentioned in the show, check out the episode of the Music Meetup featuring Jocelyn Mackenzie. You can also see Jonas Carping performing for BTR Live Studio at home. Here is a helpful list of anti-racist resources as well.
Jocelyn Mackenzie takes the top spot on this week’s BTR Top 10! INEZ, Sun June, and Brother Galen make their countdown debuts. Click for tracks from each of our Top 10 artists!
The Listening Booth with the state of pandemic performances, previews of forthcoming music by Xiu Xiu, & downbeat alt w/Nigeria’s Femi Kuti!
An Only Child, James Gardin, Sarah Mary Chadwick, Henry Grant and more on the mix today.
Lots of great music in the mix including Arlo Parks, Libel and Andrew Thoreen. Plus some thoughts on President's Day.
You can still celebrate Fat Tuesday at home in the cold. Make some pancakes and put on your dancing shoes for this mix.
Arlo Parks has our most played album of the week! Pom Poko, Pearl Charles, Hermitess make countdown debuts. Click to hear a track from each of our most played artists.
Tunes by Jocelyn Mackenzie, INEZ, Ezra Furman, Anjimile, Oceanator, Henry Grant and more!
This show marks 50 episodes of Super Superb. To celebrate this milestone, I am playing music that I have loved over the last year. I also share some Valentine's Day thoughts.
Playin' new releases by Arlo Parks, Jocelyn Mackenzie, Sarah Mary Chadwick, Son Little, and so much more.
New music catchup time! In this episode I've got selections from recent record label feature episodes, The Music Digest weekly new music picks, and more!
Enter the Listening Booth for R&B w/Yukon Blonde, trippy alt via Boniface, & more tracks from Arlo Parks as her debut record drops!
Call Me Spinster takes the top spot this week! Plus Falcon Jane, Arlo Parks and more!
The Listening Booth with the new singles by Cloud Nothings and The Deathray Davies off their first new album in 15 years + alt, electro, R&B
Tracks from Postdata, Made Kuti, Kikagaku Moyo, Rexx Life Raj, and more!
We’re kicking off the new year with plenty of music, featuring tracks from Gaspard Eden, Laura Groves, Call Me Spinster, Calexico, Made Kuti, Menahan Street Band, Arlo Parks, Leathered, and Femi Kuti. This podcast is produced by Stereoactive Media.
The last week has been a bit of a blur -- apparently an attempt to overthrow the government can really cloud the air. Some breathing music this week. Some old standbys as well as some new tracks with more instrumental tracks than usual. Don't forget that while these events were shocking, they should not be considered surprising -- people behaved exactly as Donald Trump has been suggesting they should. The countdown is on until the Biden-Harris Administration is in place. Take a look at the ACLU's To-Do List to hold our new leadership accountable. One good thing to come out of the last week is all the great music that came my way as a result of my call on Twitter. There will be more in the coming weeks but I'm super pumped to share "Heart Aches" by Atlanta-based artist MarCell JB who got in touch right away when I asked for links to new music. You can also see the video here.
The Listening Booth with a final look at 2020: alt w/Laura Marling and Laura Jane Grace, much needed chill vibes via Cayucas and Bibio...