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Dashing thru the holidaze in the Listening Booth w/indie holiday tracks from the BellRays and New Birth Brass Band! + new alt w/Wyatt Blair!
A Pro Wrestling themed Dealer's Choice show by DJ Drew, only on BTR
Bon Iver         Arcade Fire         Sharon Jones
End the election now! DJ Drew welcomes the end of this circus with some early November tunes on his Dealer's Choice show, only on BTR
Take The Leap with DJ Wynn and hear music from Angel Olsen, Blood Orange, Mitski, Advance Base, and Cass McCombs.
Take The Leap with DJ Wynn and hear music from Bon Iver, Blood Orange, Dan Deacon, Father John Misty, and Sharon Jones.
Flock Of Dimes         Whitney       Menahan Street Band
Take The Leap with DJ Wynn and hear new music from The Frightnrs, Sharon Jones, Slow Club, and Of Montreal.
Take The Leap with DJ Wynn and hear new music from Angel Olsen, Cass McCimbs, Tracy Bryant, and Megafauna.
DJRePete is winding down summer w/a trio of UK music festivals. Alt, folk, & electronica via artists at Leeds, Bestival, & End of the Road!
We learn about the most important lessons learned and the embrace of the Jewish community for this film.
We chat with Anna Wexler about her most challenge aspect of making this film in terms of reckoning with her own past decisions to leave the orthodoxy.
What makes these young people, who’ve already rebelled from the religion in some sense, choose to venture to Israel after high school?
Anna Wexler, a Ph.D. candidate at MIT and documentary filmmaker here to speak with us about her doc called Unorthodox, which follows three Modern Orthodox Jewish teenagers through a post-high school year in Israel.
Unorthodox, which follows three Modern Orthodox Jewish teenagers through a post-high school year in Israel.
Take The Leap with DJ Wynn and hear from Mitski, Deerhoof, Andy Shauf, and C.W. Stoneking.
This week is Protest Week. Rather than talk about protesting, we’d like to instead focus on how each of us can attain greater harmony with both the self and the world around us.
Take The Leap with DJ Wynn and hear music from Little Scream, Konono No. 1, Melaena Cadiz, and Kevin Morby.
Altheide reflects on his more than 43-year career, defining his expertise as falling within five research areas: Mass Communication, Qualitative Research Methods, Deviant Behavior, Propaganda and Official Information, and Social Control.
We chat with Dr. David L. Altheide an American-born sociologist and Emeritus Regents' Professor in the School of Justice and Social Inquiry at Arizona State University.
And, lastly, Altheide devotes his research to the development of qualitative methodology, specifically Ethnographic Content Analysis (ECA).
Altheide's second research focus examines the media as a form of social control.
Altheide reflects on his research which has broadly focused on qualitative methodology and the media's impact on society, especially through inciting fear.
Take The Leap with DJ Wynn and hear music from CHVRCHES, The War On Drugs, Blood Orange, and Grimes.
This week on the Listening Booth hit up some electronica via the new album by Ladyhawke, lofi alternative from newcomer Whitney, and a folk bloc by the collaboration of case/lang/veirs. Plus, inspired by the recent BTRToday birthday celebration, DJRePete dives deep into the archives for a throwback alt rock set for you to discover or rediscover. And he spans the globe to highlight five festivals going down this weekend, including this Pitchfork Music Festival in Chicago and both the Latitude Festival in the UK and the Longitude Festival in Ireland. That’s your weekly dose in the Listening Booth on your BTRToday Wednesday with DJRePete!
Take The Leap with DJ Wynn and hear new music from Mitski, Deerhoof, Amber Arcades, Whitney, and Andy Shauf.
DJRePete is celebrating BTRToday’s 11th birthday today with a retrospective music discovery mix of artists that have broken thru over the years on the site, including populist tracks from Peter Bjorn & John, The Submarines, and Yael Naïm. Plus, hit up alt from Quilt and Radical Face, folk alt with The Head and the Heart and Gogol Bordello, and electronica via CSS and CHVRCHES. Don’t miss a set with a beat, featuring the underrated High Decibels as well as an anecdote about Of Montreal’s early days. And hit up some timely info on festivals, and the reopening of Le Bataclan in Paris. Come usher in the next year of BTRToday with the Listening Booth and DJRePete!
Take The Leap with DJ Wynn and hear new music from Mo Kenney, Let's Eat Grandma, Moonface and Siinai, and Tracy Bryant.
Today it may be Saturday, but the show today is all about the future. Oh, and cool new music. But yes, the future is imminent, it’s coming, and we’re playing songs that I think the future sounds like on the show today. All in honor of the new sci-fi book club that I’m joining. We also have tons of great new music on the show today. And don’t forget to follow BTR on Facebook, Twitter, tumblr, Pinterest, Instagram, and SoundCloud!
We’re going to take a closer look at emerging technologies that can be hacked to be more cost efficient, along with how one organization is breaking down barriers for the LGBT community to integrate with coding groups.
Take The Leap with DJ Wynn and hear new music from Whitney, White Fang, Andy Shauf, and Tim Heidecker.
We will be investigating into the political complexity and myths of the Affordable Care Act, as well as learn about a third party candidate and the pricy game of running for US presidency.
The Listening Booth goes on the road today, with a playlist spanning the Northside Festival in Williamsburg + the Bonnaroo stages in Manchester Tennessee. Just in time for both, DJRePete is spinning a mix guide for festival goers and/or a playlist for those who want to attend vicariously. Hit up alternative from Jeff the Brotherhood and the Heliotropes, electronica crossover with Scam Avenue and Bob Moses, and blues-funk from Charles Bradley and Lettuce. Plus, catch a few populist b-side tracks from Chvrches and Two Door Cinema Club, as well as appropriate festival trippy goodness from Tame Impala and Michael Rault. It’s (sorta) officially summer, folks, in the Listening Booth with DJRePete on BTR!
We are looking at the fairly intricate and technical philosophies, as well as the advancing technologies that help reveal even the most minute of Egyptian mummies.
Join DJ WYnn for a bike ride on The Leap with music from CHVRCHES, Menahan Street Band, Grimes, The War On Drugs, and Antibalas.
Take The Leap with DJ Wynn and discover new music from Little Scream, Kelley Stoltz, and Julianna Barwick.
Take The Leap with DJ Wynn and hear new music from Little Scream, Konono No.1, Lovespeake, and Melaena Cadiz.
We are looking at the inhumane treatment of animals in the Western world, where many of us view them as nothing more than “bodies” to be raised for the slaughter.
DJRePete debuts The Listening Booth today with some music discovery and a spotlight on Record Store Day! Hit up an eclectic mix of alternative from Aurora and music before you can buy it from Prism Tats. Plus, get your shopping list ready for Saturday’s 9th annual Record Store Day with a spotlight playlist of bands releasing new works this weekend. Sample music in the Listening Booth from the likes of Radical Face, Chvrches, and Blitzen Trapper. And don’t miss some of the jazz and blues talent with new album drops this weekend, including Sun Ra and Eli "Paperboy" Reed. That’s your inaugural Listening Booth mix with DJRePete on BTRtoday!
Listen to the premiere episode of The Leap with DJ Wynn and new music from Bombino, The Range, Bibio, and Masha Qrella.
We’re all SXSW, all the time to start your Listen mix on BTRtoday. DJRePete is spinning artists exclusively playing the festival in Austin including alt rock with Beach Slang and Ex Hex, electro beats from Chairlift and CHVRCHES, and some funk with Charles Bradley and Har Mar Superstar. Plus, tune in for news on why Eleanor Friedberger loves and leaves Brooklyn. And hear why Death By Unga Bunga is playing the most delicious sounding venue in all of Austin this week. Plan your route or live vicariously with this SXSW mix on BTRtoday!
New music from The James Hunter Six, Mavis Staples, and Quilt.
Alright it's Spring Break on BTR Today's Roadside Assistance, presented by United Airlines! Listen as 8 different BTR Today DJs present 8 different interpretations on what kind of soundtrack goes best sans school on a debaucherous trip to the beach!
DJ Wynn shares new music from Radiation City and The Besnard Lakes.
NY Times Fitness columnist, Gretchen Reynolds, talks to us about some simple ways to improve fitness.
DJ Wynn affects turns your slow step into a strut with music from Beat Connection, Blood Orange, Dan Deacon, Hudson Mohawke, and Unknown Mortal Orchestra.
We learn the fundamental questions in the field of quantum optics and how quantum communications is utilizing it for the future.
We learn about the competition to bring quantum communications to space and the benefit in a global common goal through scientific collaboration.
Kind of new music from Destroyer and Cass McCombs, and revisiting Okkervil River's 2005 release, Black Sheep Boy.
DJ Wynn celebrates 2016 with this New Year Dance Mix featuring Jamie Lidell, Interpol, Caribou, Les Sins, Starlight Girls, and Thee Oh Sees.