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Mid June Dealer's Choice from DJ Drew on BTRToday.com with an extended doubleshot and a full block of State inspired tunes.
Happy middle of November!! It’s a cool time weather-wise, but it’s NOT a cool time for music! Holy smokes, there was so much good music released this week for the holidays. Amazing. BREAKFAST is super cool, Mark McGuire, is extra chill, and Wx is practically frozen it’s so hot. Yeah, I’m using lots of cold synonyms because the weather’s getting chilly. Don’t take my lame word for it- listen to the show. And don’t forget to check out BTR on Facebook, Twitter, tumblr, Instagram, Pinterest, and Soundcloud.
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!
Happy Spring Saturday! We’ve got a great show for you today with a lot of great new music! I’m most excited for the new Mountain Goats album, Beat the Champ, which is all about wrestling. It’s also very exciting to hear the sophomore effort from Speedy Ortiz, Foil Deer. We’ve got all that plus much, much more on the show today! And don’t forget to take a moment and follow BTR on Facebook and all the other social medias!
It’s Climate Change Week here on BTR, and I’m delighted to have Catherine Young, the innovative designer, artist and scientist behind The Apocalypse Project, on today’s show. Catherine has worked for years designing interactive art pieces, increasingly focused around issues of the environment and sustainability. Two years ago, she began working on an imaginative, multi-faceted presentation called The Apocalypse Project, which offers visitors an opportunity to interact with theoretical solutions to projected problems resulting from climate change. Catherine has made scientific research tangible, immediate and personal through this project, offering glimpses into the future of such universal experiences as food, entertainment, beauty and fashion. On today’s show, Catherine will talk about the development of The Apocalypse Project, its Climate Change Couture and Ephemeral Marvels Perfume collections, how the project has changed her own approach to fashion consumption, and more. Plus, I’ve got some news about an important new initiative called Fashion Revolution Day (which is today!) and how you can participate, and as always a fantastic line-up of new music featuring Southwest band Calexico and North Carolina’s The Mountain Goats, along with songs from two very talented but under-the-radar singer-songwriters, Adam Torres and Ambrosia Parsley. All that’s coming up this hour, so grab your cutest rain boots and wade into the climate change discussion with Sew & Tell on BTR!
This week on the Daily Beat we look at Tribeca Film Institute's Interactive Summit for 2015 and the immersive, new approaches to storytelling.

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