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BTR is turning nine years old! In honor of this, we’re hosting our 9 at 9 contest this month, where you can win a Go-Pro amongst other awesome prizes! Make sure to check out BTR’s Facebook page for more details! And make sure to check out the show today for awesome new music. It’s a show for veterans (music industry vets, that is)- Bob Mould, Sharon Jones, and The Everymen. Stay tuned, and don’t forget to follow BTR on Facebook, Twitter, and all our social media platforms!
DJ Wynn recounts his Bonnaroo experience with music from Edward Sharpe and The Magnetic Zeros, Lee Fields, Animal Collective and Grizzly Bear.
DJ Drew – Sunday’s on BTR
AUGUST 23, 2012. Music. Lottie@btrtoday.com
What’s the sound of style? Well, it’s a lot more glam than one hand clapping. In fact, as we’ve discussed Sew & Tell before, there is a ton of crossover between fashion and music, designers and rockers. For today’s show, I got to talk with Susan Domelsmith, a Brooklyn jeweler who’s also part of the all-girl Brooklyn band Open Ocean. Susan’s jewelry line, Dirty Librarian Chains (best name ever?), is a beautifully tangled, bold array of pieces, each one made from repurposed vintage materials. From elegantly twisted chain necklaces, to simple, sculptural rings, these pieces are 100% rock ‘n roll, and it’s easy to see why the line has caught the attention of musicians like Debbie Harry and Vivian Girls. Susan’s own music is no less innovative – she contributes keyboards to two projects: the throw-back punk band Open Ocean, and the experimental electronic pop duo Time Reveals. On today’s show, Susan talks about the evolution of DLC, sourcing vintage materials, making music with fashion friends, and some of her favorite NYC libraries. Plus! An awesome playlist (what else would you expect?) featuring music from Open Ocean, Wild Nothing, Rubblebucket, Bill Fay, Bob Mould and more. So turn up the volume and settle in for some seriously stylish sound, with Sew & Tell on BTR!
We’re mixing it up on the show today! We’ve got a lot of old favorites, a lot of electronic, and even some hip-hop for you. Make sure to check out BTR on Facebook and Twitter, too, for all of the latest updates!

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