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The 2nd of our 2-part review of 2017. Jacqueline Soller on ‘Mudbound.’ Performances from three of the best BTR Live Studio sessions of the year.
The top performances by musicians visiting BTRtoday.
It turns out that 2017 was a pretty great year for new music. In this episode, we pick out some favorite tracks and artists from the year to review before we head into a whole new year of musical…
We’re continuing our special year end holiday broadcast with music from Amy 0, Fred Thomas, Vagabon, Idgy Dean, and Nana Grizol.      
DJ Emily is bringing you the 30 most played albums on BTR in 2017. This show is part two of a three part series.
DJRePete spins his annual Best In Mix part 1 w/beats from !!!, blues with Mavis Staples, and folk with The Rural Alberta Advantage!
DJ Emily is playing some of her favorite tracks from 2017 over the next three week here on the Tryst. Enjoy the mix!
Today on the show we’ve got great songs from Fred Thomas, Moonface, Blake Miller, Ty Segall, Marissa Nadler, and even more…
This week we’re back at it with the Omnian Music Group record label features. Bryan B’s got a whole hour of music from Sinderlyn for you, the sister label to Captured Tracks and the first new venture from the music collective, featuring new tunes from Cults, The Fresh & Onlys, Walter TV, and more. Later in the show, we check out a whole lot more great new music. You like new music, right? You like good music, right? Then this one’s for you.  
A hand selected set of two hours of music for your Tuesday.
Sweden’s Way Out West festival invades The Listening Booth w/Tycho, Lana Del Ray, & Thee Oh Sees
On Garbage Garage today we’ve got a brand new track from fan favorite Waxahatchee, plus a delightful beach theme.
This week we head to Seattle to check out the latest and greatest from the 20+ year running Suicide Squeeze Records before getting into some other new releases!
New tunes from Kitty, Daisy & Lewis, Celebration, Mo Meets Mongoose and more!
In this week’s episode, we break with the standard format a little bit, to try making something resembling a mixtape out of some music we’ve discovered over the course of 2017 so far… unlike most episodes, in this one it’s all about listening to how the tracks juxtapose, transition, and — hopefully, just hopefully — flow. And it’s all based on the original track numbers of the songs we chose, so we’re counting on a little bit of serendipity to help us out along the way. Let’s see what happens.
Happy Memorial Day Weekend!!!!! DOUBLE SHOTS FOR EVERYONE!!!! Mac DeMarco starts and stops DJ Drew’s Dealer’s Choice show today on BTR
On today’s show we’ve got a new Fred Thomas live track plus tunes from The Mountain Goats, Low Cut Connie, and Mac DeMarco!
This week we take a look at the Portland, OR-based record label, Ten Dollar Recording Co!
It’s wedding fever on Garbage Garage today, with wedding-themed tracks from Dirty Projectors, Sam Amidon, and Oxford Collapse…
A lot has happened since last we caught up with Fred Thomas (in a backyard in Austin, TX). In the two years since then, he quit his day job, got married, moved to Canada, and made a fantastic new album full of his trademark indie folk troubadour-style pop songs, full of hope and brutal honesty. Fred’s musical resumé is impressive, from fronting the lush pop of Saturday Looks Good To Me to playing with and producing bands like Tyvek. He dropped by Serious Business Music in DUMBO to share an intimate solo performance for this session. Changer, by Fred Thomas, is available now from Polyvinyl Records. Listen to the audio podcast for more music and interview.
A lot has happened since last we caught up with Fred Thomas (in a backyard in Austin, TX). In the two years since then, he quit his day job, got married, moved to Canada, and made a fantastic new album full of his trademark indie folk troubadour-style pop songs, full of hope and brutal honesty. Fred’s musical resumé is impressive, from fronting the lush pop of Saturday Looks Good To Me to playing with and producing bands like Tyvek. He dropped by Serious Business Music in DUMBO to share an intimate solo performance for this session. Changer, by Fred Thomas, is available now from Polyvinyl Records.
This week, we welcome back contributors Oriana Leckert and Matt Ruby to discuss the once again supposedly on the rise power couple of Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner as well as the end of Lena…
This week we check out new music from R. Ring, Land Of Talk, Girlpool, Real Estate, and more before getting to know the Toronto-based label Hand Drawn Dracula!  
We’ve got a lot of music in this episode… We’ll hear tunes by She Keeps Bees and New Myths, who are playing a benefit show for Planned Parenthood, as well as a song by Dumb Wolves, who are playing Thursdays For The Cause, in support of Our Revolution, at Our Wicked Lady. After that, it’s another group of songs from the King Pizza Records universe, with tracks by The Rizzos and a new one by The Mad Doctors. Then we have great stuff from Allah-Las, Sneaks, Office Culture, Cloud Becomes Your Hand, Fred Thomas, Mount Sharp, and Pavo Pavo.
This week we take a look at Friendship Fever Records, the new label from the people previously behind Park The Van! Once we get acquainted with some of their artists – DEEP STATE, minihorse, Wilding, and the rest, we dive into some more new music from Jay Som, Animal Collective, Sinkane, and more!  
DJRePete w/a mix in the Listening Booth via alt w/Cloud Nothings, electro rock from Jeen., and funk beats via the Brooklyn Funk Essentials!
Let’s go on a Tryst this Tuesday. DJ Emily has two hours of music for us to enjoy together.
This week on the Sub-Inev show, we’ve got a record label feature on San Francisco-based Father/Daughter Records – including new tracks from Vagabon and Nnamdi Ogbonnaya – smashed between two big…
Get some of the best new indie tracks around, all in one spot. This is the BTR Top 10 countdown and it’s sure to be a good time.
Hi folk friends! On today’s show you’ll hear the latest from Agnes Obel, Fred Thomas, Jeff Beam, and Luke Temple, and visit some classic gems from Mark Geary, Katzenjammer, and many more.          
The Listening Booth has punk, folk, & alt w/The Royal They, new Ty Segall, & Neko Case! Plus, delightful Irish/Indian mashup Delhi 2 Dublin!
Two hours of tunes for your Tuesday. Join DJ Emily on a Tryst. You’ll find new music and some older favorites in the mix.
The best of the best new music on BTR coming at you in one spot.
How bout new tunes? Sure! Secret Crush, Once & Future Band, and Landing on DJ Drew’s Dealer’s Choice this week only on BTR
This week on the show, we check out more new music from Black Angels, CLOSENESS, Strand Of Oaks, and more before digging into the DC-based label, Slumberland Records. You can send feedback on the show, make requests for labels to cover (especially if it’s YOUR label!), and just say hi at b@subinev.com.  
The Tyrst is ready for you this Tuesday with two hours of tunes including new stuff from Fred Thomas and All Our Exes Live In Texas.
The best of the best new music on BTR and it’s all in one spot. Join DJ Emily for this Top 10 Countdown!
All new music today on DJ Drew’s Dealer’s Choice with a giant doubleshot featuring Ty Segall, Once & Future Band, Kokolo, Ray Lugo and Priest.
Today we’re playing all of our very best anti-love songs in honor of Valentine’s day. Check out not-love-songs from TEEN, Azure Ray and more
New tracks today by Fred Thomas, Austra, Allison Crutchfield, Kevin Krauter, Alex Izenberg and more!
On today’s show we’ve got new Japandroids, a ten-minute Ty Segal track (!!!) and some amazing Afrobeat, and more!
Sydney’s All Our Exes Live In Texas make their debut on The Jaunt today. Plus, new tunes from The Evaporators, Delicate Steve, Coco Hames and more!
This week we have a playlist for you comprised of songs from albums that aren’t even released in the world yet–like what? Oh, hell yeah!
Dr. Darcia Narvaez offers a counter to the idea that contemporary humanity is less violent than its ancestors.
This episode takes a look at Arts & Crafts, the Toronto-based record label and collective. We also check out new tracks from Fred Thomas, Snaex, and Crumb!
It’s our first episode of 2017 that actually features new music and it’s nice to be looking forward instead of backward. Join us as we hear the future music of tomorrow… or something?

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