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Happy New Years Eve! This is the last Thursday mix for 2015. I wish everyone a very happy holiday season. Here’s to 2016! Today I’ll be playing my absolute favorite tracks from 2015.
Happy Holidays! Only two Thursdays left in December. Today I’ll be playing some of the best tracks from 2015. Remember, next Thursday, 12/31 (New Year’s Eve) I’ll be rocking my absolute favorite songs from 2015. Stay tuned!
The Thursday Mix for December 10, 2015 features tunes by Farao, Saintseneca, Waxahatchee and more!
The Thursday Show for October 29 brings you brand new music by Joanna Newsom. She released her fourth studio album, Divers, last Friday. I’ll also play a track off of Son Little’s latest, self-titled full length, plus a lot more to get you going on your Thursday!
DJRePete kicks off your Wednesday on BTR with some high energy pop alt from Destroyer! Also, find out how to best keep tabs with BTR during CMJ coverage next week as well as where to tune in to plan your musical route. Plus, a wistful ballad by Soda Shop, trippy goodness with Unknown Mortal Orchestra, and punk with Joanna Gruesome. And don’t miss album news from the culture mashup band Delhi 2 Dublin. DJRePete’s got your midweek fix on BTR!
It’s time to for Oktoberfest on BTR’s Roadside Assistance, presented by United Airlines! Listen as 8 different BTR DJs present 8 different interpretations on what kind of soundtrack goes best with the merry month of October
The Thursday Mix for 9/24/15 brings you brand new tunes by Martin Courtesy, Doe Paoro, Soren Bryce, Baio and more! You’ll also hear from one of my new favorite artists, Steven A. Clark. Clark lives in Miami-by-way of Fayetteville and Little Rock. His latest album, The Lonely Roller, is out now via Secretly Canadian.
Sundays with DJ Drew – This week The Fresh & Onlys start it up, the double shot is filled with Panda Bear, Painted Palms and Craig Finn and the outro by Jessie Jones!
DJRePete’s serving up a dose of music discovery today with ballads from the likes of Flo Morrissey, music before you can buy it by Starlight Girls, and new beats from Little Boots. Plus, info on a trio of festivals including one this weekend at the (you-must-see-before-you-die) Tivoli Gardens in Copenhagen, Denmark where the Offspring Festival is going down. Also hit up a jazzy international set led by La Chiva Gantiva. And for fun, look for the Finding Nemo Easter egg in today’s show. Your BTR Wednesday awaits!
You’ve just tuned into Sideshow Acts, the program that feature sounds of the Balkans and Eastern Europe. You’ll hear Klezmer, Roma, Circus and Vaudeville tunes, plus much, much more! Today on Sideshow Acts, I’ll be featuring lots of great acts from all over the globe like Dr. Opin, an outfit from Salzburg Austria, Sweet Baboo, an artist from North Wales andThe Benka Boradovsky Bordello Band from Auckland, New Zealand.
It’s time to kick Fall into action on BTR’s Roadside Assistance, presented by United Airlines! Listen as 8 different BTR DJs present 8 different interpretations on what kind of soundtrack goes best with the beginning of the Fall season
The Thursday Mix for August 2015 will be featuring a new track by Jagjaguwar artist, Briana Marela from her album, All Around Us. You’ll also hear new artists like Land Lines, Fake Tears, Nyx and Mondo Drag plus some old favorites like M. Ward and Dam Gila. Be on the look out for another new track from Diane Coffee’s forthcoming album, Everybody’s A Good Dog.
90-minutes of tunes for your Tuesday. Enjoy this mix alongside your host, DJ Emily.
The best of the best on BTR right now! Enjoy all this great new music!
The Thursday Mix for August 20th features a brand new track from Mercury Rev, a band that formed in the late 1980’s. They will be releasing their eighth studio album, The Light In You, on September 18 via Bella Union/ Pias. Their first album, Yerself is Steam, was released in 1991. You’ll also hear new tunes from The Ghost Ease, The Mynabirds, Gardens & Villa, The Domestics and more! Lottie@btrtoday.com
The Thursday Mix for August 13, 2015 brings you a brand new album by Wilco. Their latest release and 11th studio album is called Star Wars and is available for free via their website. You’ll also hear tracks by Brooklyn outfit Soda Shop, Boston based group, Vundabar, Flo Morrisey, Kissing Cousins and more! Email me at Lottie@btrtoday.com
90-minutes of music here on BTR this Tuesday. Enjoy the tunes and good times alongside DJ Emily!
Time to check out some of the top artists and albums on BreakThru Radio currently. Let’s count them down!
Time for the ladies to take the stage. Get ready for your all female music mix on BreakThru Radio.
The Thursday Mix for August 6, 2015. Today I’ll be playing some of my favorite tunes from the first half of 2015. If you listen to my show, you might know what to expect, if not, buckle up, put on a helmet, some knee, elbow and wrist guards and let’s do this! Lottie@btrtoday.com
The best of the best are ready to start off your week.
Sunday with DJ Drew on BTR
It’s August, so if you haven’t been making the most of your summer it’s time to get to it! That’s why we’re doing a FUN show today. All of the songs are fun songs, and even if they’re sad, they’re still the fun kind of sad songs. Not sure what that means? Well then you’ll just have to listen to the show! And while you’re at it! Make sure to check out BTR on Facebook, Twitter, tumblr, Instagram, SoundCloud, an Pinterest!
This week’s guests are the curator’s behind one of this year’s buzziest fashion exhibits, The Museum at FIT’s “Global Fashion Capitals.” Ariele Elia and Elizabeth Way organized the exhibit around the history of the four best established fashion cities – Paris, New York, Milan and London – and the emergence of sixteen up-and-coming hubs, including Johannesburg, Shanghai, Mumbai, Lagos, Berlin, Mexico City, and Copenhagen. Join us today to hear Ariele and Liz discuss the organization of the exhibit, some of the challenges facing these cities as their fashion industries grow, how technology has and will continue to facilitate the globalization of fashion as industry, art, and commerce, and more. Plus, a playlist featuring some of my favorite recent tracks from international indie artists, including Iceland’s Lay Low, New Zealand singer-songwriter Liam Finn, and Puerto Rican garage rocker AJ Davila. So come and discover a world of new fashion, here on BTR!
The Thursday Mix for July 30, 2015 includes new tracks by Burger Records artist Jessie Jones. Her new, self-titled album is out now. You’ll also hear fresh tracks from Flo Morrisey, Kissing Cousins, Craig Finn and more! Do you like what you hear? Email me at Lottie@btrtoday.com
It’s a 90-minute Tuesday mix on BTR. DJ Emily has a set to help get you through the workday.
Some talented ladies are taking the stage for this all-female music mix on BTR!
This week on The Hash, hosts Molly and Dane celebrate the show’s two-year anniversary. The episode begins with a discussion on the meaning of likes on social media, as explained by Mic. Then, the pair discusses Lane Moore’s piece on Cosmo.com “8 Signs You’re Not Getting the Love You Deserve.” The 104th episode wraps with a conversation about men who lose in video games and how it correlates to harassment.
It’s insanely hot in NYC, and I’m loving it. I’m barely just thawed from how cold it was this winter. The only thing I really can’t stand right now is over-airconditioned offices. If you’re living in an ice box during the days this summer, let me warm you up with this playlist! New and old this week are veering towards the pop-driven, so there’s a lot to like here! And don’t forget to give BTR a like on social media- Facebook, Twitter, tumblr, Instagram, Pinterest, and SoundCloud.
Today we learn and ask: What are the roots that make us who we are and sustain us?
Today we hear part 2 of our interview with Claudia Joseph on perma-design techniques and it’s importance in an urban space like Brooklyn.

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