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We’ve got a lot of brand new psychedelia on the show today with Dire Wolves, The Mirrors, and Laucan. Stay tuned for all that and more!
Another happy Saturday here at Garbage Garage! Today we’re starting off the show with a half hour of really good, relaxing, non-coffee-shop-esque folk. With bands like Mountain Man and S. Carey I think you’re really going to enjoy chilling out to it. And we’ve got a great mix of new and old on the rest of the show. Remember to check out BTR on Facebook, Twitter, tumblr, Pinterest, Instagram, and SoundCloud.
BTR starts off by breakin’ thru to the future on this Back to the Future Day with an appropriate mix in homage to 2015, the films, and the future. Hit new tracks by Vundabar and Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin. Plus, electronica with The Blow, Hot Chip, and Electrolightz as well as back-in-time alt throwbacks from The Apples In Stereo, The Futureheads, and a Delorean. Also in the mix, festival news for The Drums as they help kick off festival season in Melbourne Australia. And the band Diehard pines for a Back to the Future IV. Go back in time with DJRePete to start your Wednesday on BTR!
Welcome back to the wonderful world of weird here on BTR! We’ve got a doozy for you today- we’re even going off script with a normal song with a weird title. Plus, my new favorite multi-genre act, dunkelbunt. It’s wacky and weird and everything we stand for here on God Bless Weirdmerica. So sit back, relax, and get ready to get weird.
Happy six year anniversary God Bless Weirdmerica! That’s right; we’ve been serving up all the newest, all the weirdest tunes for you over the past six years. Find something that doesn’t quite fit into any established genre? Things that are unique and live on their own? Then you’ll have found them on this show. We’ve seen so many great artists and great albums, and today I play some of my faves, some that date back all the way to my very first show. So enjoy! Here’s to six more years of total weirdness!
Wynn prepares for an artist retreat with music from The War On Drugs, Sharon Van Etten, How To Dress Well, and Naomi Shelton and The Gospel Queens.

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