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This is the last Thursday mix of 2012. See ya later! Thanks for having me. Here is to 2013. May there be much positive energy that surrounds us in the coming year. Lottie@btrtoday.com 00:00 Lottie on BTR 00:30 Leave Me Out-METZ 04:02 I'm Neurotic-Terry Malts 07:12 Stranger-King Tuff 10:06 Feelings Are Meant To Be Hurt-OFF 11:12 Die Alone (Promise Me)-Lost Sounds 14:52 Heathen Child-Grinderman 19:49 B.C. Is On Fire-The Pack A.D. 23:25 Lottie on BTR 24:46 Amen-Blonds 29:05 Someday Somewhere-Jeremy Jay 30:45 Pretty Please Me-Nobunny 32:17 Hopscotch-CocoRosie 35:23 A Night And A Day-Pepe Deluxe 39:26 Feedin' Birds-Gonjasufi 41:22 Graveyard's Full-Growlers 43:27 Lottie on BTR 43:46 Hawk-Isobel Campbell & Mark Lanegan 46:11 Medulla Oblongata    -Buke And Gass 48:28 Oh My God-Grace Woodroofe 52:05 Some of My Friends-Raymond Byron & the White Freighter 54:03 Born With Stripes-The Donkeys 55:41 You're Too Weird-Fruit Bats 59:17 Lottie on BTR 59:54 Whitman-Richard Swift 62:33 Clattering Hooves-Jenny Wilson 67:11 Untitled 101-Peter Wolf Crier 69:22 Over the Ocean-Here We Go Magic 73:48 Leonard-Sharon Van Etten 77:34 Daydreaming-Dark Dark Dark 82:16 Someone New-Royal Baths 87:24 Lottie on BTR 88: 21 1 + 1 = ?-The Godz 90:56 Finish Grace Woodroofe photo:la.viewfinder@gmail.com Jan 02, 2012 The Moon-Perth,Australia Jan 05, 2012 The Bird-Perth, Australia Jan 09, 2012 The Moon-Perth, Australia Here We Go Magic photo: Here We Go Magic Jan 17, 2012 Le Poisson Rouge-New York,NY Sharon Van Etten photo: SVE Mar 14, 2012 McFarlin Auditorium-Dallas,TX Mar 16, 2012  Ryman Auditoirum-Nashville,TN
We've got a great contest going on the station right now! Make sure to listen carefully to find out all the details for your chance to win an iPad Mini. The holidays are coming early in more than one way on the show today, because we've also got a show filled to the brim with amazing music for your Saturday. So sit back and enjoy, and don't forget to check out BTR on Facebook and Twitter for all of the latest updates.
This Saturday's show is a really great one. We're still scoping out the Dirty Projectors new album, plus some new favorites from Wild Flag, Conveyor, and Frank Ocean, who is one seriously interesting/awesome dude. And don't worry, we've got a run of old favorites, too, like The Antlers, Bon Iver, and Cass McCombs. And don't forget to follow BTR on Facebook and Twitter.
My guest on the show this week is British artist Christina Corfield. She has a new show opening this month at Johansson Projects in Oakland, CA. The show is called Follies of the Digital Arcade and it focuses on the United States at the turn of the 20th century, a time when the U.S. and much of the Western world were in the midst of an electric revolution. It was the time of dazzling world's fairs, Tesla and Edition, a time when people were fascinated, amazed and terrified by the wonder of electricity. It seemed that there were no problems that could not be solved, mysteries whose answers couldn't be uncovered or explained by the newest technological marvel. In her show, Christina explores this strange time in history through a video installation and watercolor illustrations. The works examine the ways that history and fiction, fact and myth, science and magic can all became intertwined.