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For the last proper record label feature of the year, we take a look to the north, checking out the fine music from Canada's Mint Records! Plus the usual selection of awesome jams from this year and a few goodies from the past. Check out some episodes of BTR Live Studio featuring Mint records artists:  
Get your music fix this Tuesday on The Tryst with DJ Emily. Lots of cool tunes in the show including a block of some of the best of the best new music on BTR to round out the show.
The Listening Booth has a Dylan esc alt from Allah-Las & info on a neat repurposed venue in OR. Plus, blues, punk, & electro on BTRToday!
Two hours of tunes for your Tuesday! The Tryst is ready to go and has a special all-female set to take things out.
It’s should divas day on Garbage Garage! That’s right, we’re starting the show off with some of my favorite gospel, soul, and R&B singers: Mavis Staples, Sharon Jones, Naomi Shelton, and Bettye LaVette. And we’ve also got great tracks from The Pains of Being Pure at Heart and Foreign Born that we haven’t heard in a while. And don’t forget to follow BTR on Facebook, Twitter, tumblr, Pinterest, Instagram, and SoundCloud.
It's The Tryst on BTR with 2 hours of tunes for your Tuesday. Enjoy a special set of alt-country tunes at the end of today's mix!
DJRePete opens up your Wednesday on BTRToday with alt rock via Norway band Death By Unga Bunga ahead of their NYC show later this month. Plus, hit up blues from Benji Hughes, more beats from the album by Lushlife + CSLSX, and dreamy electronica with Tycho. Also, hit up info on the upcoming Treefort and Little Waves 2016 music festivals. And DJRePete revisits some alternative tracks with throwbacks by Calexico, Lia Ices, and Rachel Goodrich. That’s your midweek start on BTR Today with DJRePete!
Jonathon Keats is an artist and experimental philosopher. In his book, Forged, he makes the case for why forgers are the greatest artists of our age. In his book, he looks at the history of art forgery, and tells the stories of six incredible and ambitious forgers who conned art experts, Nazi officials and entire nations into believing in their fake wares. Jonathon argues that a well perpetrated forgery forces all of us to to question our ideas about authenticity, authority and belief. This is something that most legitimate artwork fails to achieve.
DJRePete has the cure for your first hump day of 2016: 90 minutes of music discovery with Bitter Sweet beats, alternative with Setting Sun and Oh Honey, and electronica crossover with Shana Falana and Little Boots. Plus, whether you’re ‘down under’ where it’s summer or you’re scheming your 2016 festival travels, DJRePete’s got you covered today with info on where you can escape to warmth and tunes this year. That’s your Wednesday start on BTR!