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It's my last show of 2020, so let's finish strong! More fave tracks from this year plus some thoughts on 2020 and plans for 2021. Lots of great stuff on today's ep.
All our hosts pick and play our own music and we sure picked some good ones this year!
Blessed Feathers and Menomena. The Flusters and Dust. Juveniles and Dan Deacon. This episode is all about nuggets of gold deep in the music-mine at BTR.
A great show bookended with Born Ruffians tracks and lots of other great music. New Death Valley Girls, Terence Jack and Laura Jane Grace.
It's the first day of Autumn! We are welcoming it with new tracks as well as some nostalgia inducing throwbacks. Are you an apple person or a a pumpkin person? Apple all the way for me. Find me on Twitter @othermaggie. Some of today's music was featured on Lottie's latest ep of Spotlight On The City. Also, check out Photo Ops for BTR Live Studio at Home. Voter registration deadlines are coming up, don't miss yours! Check this list for reference.
Double shots are on the menu, indie rock is on the menu and crazy electro madness from Dan Deacon is for dessert. Eat up, it's you Sunday dinner!
It's my birthday month and we are also celebrating 15 years of BTR! Music from the second half of my 29th year, January - July 2020.
Some of my fav 2020/2019 albums, all double shots and all love.  Happy 15th anniversary to BTRtoday and the whole BTRtoday family!
No JT memes here, just good music.
Lots of music and some quarantine updates.
We're still quarantining, but so close to Easter we've got amazing jelly bean options. Candy talk + Born Ruffians, Ryan Pollie, Dressy Bessy and more!
Feeling lucky? I am! 2 Hours of tunes, 2 blocks of double shots and some green beer because why not? Dig in and top of the Sunday to ya all!
Son Little bookends and much more on today's show!
Sunday Funday! Spring is peaking its head through and we are doing 2 hours of tunes.  Double shots, new stuff, fast, slow, hard, soft, analog, digital - It's what we do!!!!!
It's a new music catchup week, as we dig back into the virtual bins for some of the past couple of months' new releases for a great mix of musical discovery. From Shopping and Loving to Arbor Labor Union, Surface To Air Missive, and Scratchy Blanket to Son Little, Lady Lamb, and Alice Boman, there's so much amazing new music out and you're sure to find a new favorite in here!
A mix so rare it only comes around once every 4 years: It’s the Leap Day edition of the Listening Booth with Shadow Show and R&B from Drama!
Fat Tuesday is here and instead of feasting on food, we're feasting on new music. Turn up the tunes and enjoy. New tracks from Bee Appleseed, Flor, Mo Douglas and more. Plus a BTR Top 10 remix.
'Silver Tongue' the fourth full-length from Nashville based Torres is our most played album of the week. Join us for a countdown of the 10 most played albums of the week.
TORRES takes the lead with her strong vocals and catchy melodies—check out who else made the list.
The Listening Booth marks the palindrome day starting and ending with alt rock from the likes of glass beach and the The Duke of Surl!
February 2020 and everything's how it should be. Old favorites and newly emerging artists are dropping new music in abundance. We're showcasing lots of new favorites like Dan Deacon, Squirrel Flower, Chance Wiesner and more in the mix today.
Huge double shot block right in the middle of today's show, is topped only by a 3 song epic from Dan Deacon at the end of the show, but you gotta listen all the way through to get there!  Enjoy your Sunday all you beautiful people!
The Listening Booth has rock from Eddy Current Suppression Ring, electro with Mr. Elevator, and alt from Nik Freitas!
Tune-In for the latest releases from Torres, Frances Quinlan, Ghostpoet and more!
On today's show, we've got a nearly continuous hour of new music for you. On my mind this week - scores, soundtracks, and a return to full album appreciation.
William Norton is a New York based artist whose autobiographical work connects his roots of growing up in Japan with his complex history of dealing with the disappearance of his 4-year-old son in 1990.
Hop Along's Frances Quinlan has released her debut solo album - hear it on The Jaunt!