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2019 brought so much beautiful music and art to BTR. Emily's bringing you her favorite albums on today's mix and playing a track form each one. Featuring artists like Devarrow, Joanna Sternberg, H. Kink and more.
The Listening Booth's 2019 Best In Mix concludes w/rock via Lisa Prank, trippy electro w/Girl Ray, & alt via Shanna Falana. Count down!
We're taking a look back at some of our favorite songs, releases, and artists or 2019 in this massive, two-part playlist episode!
Many of these EPs might have flown under your radar—catch up on them today & we promise you won’t regret it.
DJ Emily is counting down her favorite albums played on the show this year. 25 of the most talented women in music are featured in the mix. H. Kink, Say Sue Me, Joslyn and the Sweet Compression and Charly Bliss are just a little of what's in store.
We've been rolling out all the best-of lists this week. Today, DJ Emily is playing some best-ofs from two of her other shows here on BTR. Enjoy selections from Ladies Skate Only and The Alt-Country Show on today's mix.
Bringing you this week's most played albums on the site and counting 'em down from 10 to one. We'll start with Charly Bliss and end with Erin Anne. There's a countdown debut from Thomas Mudrick in the middle. Enjoy.
We're getting some tough love this week from indie artist Erin Anne.
Final regular old Sunday show before the Best Of 2019 shows start.  Get warm, get toasty, get comfortable and enjoy. 2 hours for your ears!
DJRePete takes a look / listen back at the 20-teens today canvasing tracks that brokethru the BTRtoday airwaves over the last decade!
DJ Emily is finishing up compiling her "best of" albums lists this week. So, today we're sampling releases that came out late in 2019. Girl Ray, Erin Anne and Charly Bliss are just some of what's in store. You'll hear two tracks from each artist in the mix today.
This is our final catchup playlist episode of the year! What does that mean? It means we're checking out some of the new music that's come in to the music library here over the past few weeks before…
December is here. Let's Party.
We're still feeling thankful for all the great music that's been bestowed upon us this year! So, we're giving thanks for all of those plus our current favorite albums. Enjoy it all in the mix today.
Fran's debut full-length, A Private Picture is our most played album of the week. Tune in to here music from this album and more of our most played here on BTR!
Fran gets in your face with killer jams this week.
Shop til you drop! Just remember the real reason for the season. Love, family, friends, faith, and music of course. 2 hours of music! Happy December 1st!
This week, you might be baking pies, cleaning the house for guests, taking a road trip to see friends/family or avoiding the chaos all together. Either way, The Tryst provides the perfect soundtrack. New music abounds in this two-hour mix.
The Listening Booth is spinning alt w/Ali Barter, Nintendo electro vibes w/Anamanaguchi, & chill zen tracks via Cigarettes After Sex!
Fran, Kate Teague, Charly Bliss, Flora Hibbard... the list goes on. This episode is full of fresh new music from some of the most talented ladies out there.
Where are they now? Today on the Tryst, DJ Emily revisits bands from BTR-yesteryear for a class reunion of sorts. Also in the mix, new tunes to rotation and a BTR Top 10 Remix.
Time to catch up on some recent releases! From Mikal Cronin and Matt Valentine and Ganser to Battles, we're checking out tons of great new music from the past couple of months this week.
Jesse Rifkin, of Walk On The Wild Side NYC Tours, drops by to join in on the listening-and-reacting-to-music fun. We get into new stuff from Illuminati Hotties, Toro Y Moi, Frend, The Nunnery, Thomas…
2019 has been a rough one, but these rockin' indie, punk, garage albums and more make it bearable.
A simpler way to enjoy the chaos of this year's SXSW.
It’s that time of the year again—whether you’re at the Texas music festival or not, make sure to check out these bands.