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Julian Lynch. Bill Callahan. Lumerians. Zammuto. Dirty Beaches. Leyland Kirby. Owen Pallett. Gang Colors. Panda Bear. More...
Gauntlet Hair. AD+-. White Birds. Blood Orange. The Jameses. Don Juan. Radiation City. Black Lips. Toro Y Moi. More...
Girls Names. Glass Ghost. Chelsea Wolfe. SBTRKT. Mane Mane. Teengirl Fantasy. Flying Lotus. Santigold. Alias. And more...
It's the last day of summer, the last day to wear white, and the last Monday off for a while!
New music from Mister Heavenly, Peter Wolf Crier, Active Child, and jj
Hey guys! The show this week is a little bit more up-beat and awesome, but still pretty deep and heavy. I’m really going to try and convey the glad feelings I’m feeling in my new home, but also the crazy Summer heat I get blasted with every time I step outside my door. So buckle up and knuckle up, we are going to get wacky to the max…
This week on the Glitch/IDM Show we are going to slowly dive into a pool of molasses only to later emerge and be greeted by a land of wonder and magic. As always we have some new stuff and some older stuff, for the heads. So get comfortable, cause you’re not going anywhere for at least an hour. Rest in tiny little peaces…
Jennifer Castle. The Caretaker. Shabazz Palaces. Grooms. Computer Magic. Laurel Halo. Mitten. And more...
Heyoooo! This week on the Glitch/IDM show we’re feelin’ sun-shiny and new. The show is a little bit all over the place but still pretty cohesive. We’re gonna play a new track from Slugabed that is pretty sick and maybe some other new groovers that we have on deck for ya. So here we go!
Gawker's Jim Newell on Mitt Romney's Twilight fandom, Peggy Noonan vs Maureen Dowd, and the joy of attacking those in power. Also, an explanation of the debt-ceiling, new healthcare developments, and Storm's mother speaks out.
Lehtola shows you how surprisingly delicious French Press coffee can be!!!!
New Ghostpoet, Big K.R.I.T., Burial, Cass McCombs and more!
Wednesdays on BTR mean DJRePete and an eclectic midweek mix. Tune in for soft alternative from The Head and The Heart, a quirky set headlined by Gogol Bordello, and a rock set from Swedish Suicide. Speaking of the Boston-based Swedish Suicide, also tune in for info on a unique show they’re putting on at the end of the month that’s part music, part variety. And for good measure, check out a remix set featuring Lykke Li!
Ok, here’s a super heavy show for you today. There are tiny bits of light-heartedness but overall, it’s a good old headbangin’, finger tappin’ time. So come along and get wicked wicked.