Artist
Joan As Police Woman
Featured Posts
Joan As Police Woman is the most played artist of the week. Tune in to hear music from her new album as well as 9 other top played artists as we count down the most played artists of the week.
2001 is a bit of a supergroup. With an impossible to Google band name, unconventional pop rhythms and song structures, and an impressive NYC music scene pedigree, this collaboration between Joan Wasser (of Joan As Policewoman) and Benjamin Lazar Davis was sparked by a fascination with Pygmy music while in Africa. Here, they share a Joan-led tune with looping guitar stutters, tight grooves, and pointed lyrics. 2001 currently has two singles, “Broke Me In Two” and “Overload,” available. Listen to the audio podcast for more music and interview. Follow 2001 on Facebook and Twitter. Now you can watch us on your iPhone or iPad! Check out the BTRtoday App!
2001 is a bit of a supergroup. With an impossible to Google band name, unconventional pop rhythms and song structures, and an impressive NYC music scene pedigree, this collaboration between Joan Wasser (of Joan As Policewoman) and Benjamin Lazar Davis was sparked by a fascination with Pygmy music while in Africa. Here, they share a Joan-led tune with looping guitar stutters, tight grooves, and pointed lyrics. 2001 currently has two singles, “Broke Me In Two” and “Overloaded,” available.
Latest
Always hard to get back at it after a long weekend. Hopefully, the two hours of music on The Tryst will help you through the day. From new bands like Skux to old favorites like Versus and Oh Sees, there is something for everyone in today's set.
The Listening Booth celebrates 14 yrs of BTRtoday! New tracks w/Middle Kids & Radical Face + deep cut throwbacks by High Decibels & Phoenix
Tune in to the Listening Booth for a proper intro to Chicago activist + musician Tasha with some addictive R&B electro off her debut record.
The Tryst is packed full of new indie music today. The show starts off with Ruby Boots and Indianola's new single and ends with a BTR Top 10 remix. In between, you'll probably here some music from Partner and EB The Younger, both artists DJ Emily can't get enough of right now.
We're counting down the Top 30 artists/albums played on our site this year. These numbers are based on how many times our DJs chose to play these albums. In this final week, we'll start it off with number 10 and work our way down to 1. Woo!
This is the second half of our massive double episode recapping our favorite tracks and artists from 2018 in no particular order.

recommendations