2019 brought so much beautiful music and art to BTR. Emily’s bringing you her favorite albums on today’s mix and playing a track form each one. Featuring artists like Devarrow, Joanna Sternberg, H. Kink and more.
DJ Emily is counting down her favorite albums played on the show this year. 25 of the best female musicians out there are featured in the mix. H. Kink, Say Sue Me, Joslyn and the Sweet Compression and Charly Bliss are just a little of what’s in store.
We’ve been rolling out all the best-of lists this week. Today, DJ Emily is playing some best-ofs from two of her other shows here on BTR. Enjoy selections from Ladies Skate Only and The Alt-Country Show on today’s mix.
ACL Fest has wrapped but the memories will live on. DJ Emily is talking about it in today’s mix along with lots of new music to rotation on the site. And, the show wraps with a BTR Top 10 remix that includes our most played artist of the week, Molly Sarlé.
Esther Rose… swoon. Playing tracks from her sophomore album You Made It This Far in the artist spotlight. Of course lots of other talented ladies are in the mix today as well. Enjoy this hour long set.
Titus Andronicus start off the show and are giving DJ Emily all of the nostalgic feels. Divino Nino are getting love from all of our DJs this week and they’ve got the most played album of the week, they’re on the show as well. And, there’s much more musical goodness to be consumed on this two-hour mix.
This week, we’ll feature Stef Chura as our artist spotlight! We will play multiple songs from her new album “Midnight” which is out now. Kassi Valazza and Charlie Marie are back in the mix, with lots of other talented ladies as well.
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.
Tulsa, Oklahoma’s Golden Ones just dropped their debut EP and we’re playing you tracks on today’s artist spotlight. Ruby Boots has teamed up with Indianola for a new single. Plus new music from Breanne Marie and the Front Porch Sinners in the mix as well.
Golden Ones out of Tulsa, OK are starting the show off with music from ‘Hot Lunch’ their brand new EP. Ruby Boots and Indianola team up for a new single. And, we’ve got all the most played albums on the site to end the show.
Today, Sego makes their countdown debut and Julia Jacklin makes it to the countdown for the ninth week in a row. Plus, The Mountain Goats shoot up the countdown and take the one spot. A great show is on the way.
Join some of your favorite BTR DJs as they celebrate vacation time. School’s out and our DJs are picking tracks you can take with you on holiday travels. Not going anywwhere? Relax at home and let the music take you away.
The Yawpers just dropped a new album and they’re kicking off the show. There is a Top 10 remix featuring The Coathangers, our most played artist on the site this week. Turn up the tunes for this Tuesdya’s two hour music mix.
Kicking off the show today with a selection of tracks from Lomelda’s new release M is for Empathy. Following this up with a great selection of tunes and a BTR Top 10 remix, featuring our number one album of the week from Frankie and The Witch Fingers.
Today’s Tryst features all the best new indie music out there. We’re welcoming Will Retherford to rotation on the site and playing “Perfect Kingdom” his latest single. Plus you’ll hear all the most played albums on the site in the BTR Top 10 remix.
The show today kicks off with a band out of Tulsa, Oklahoma. The group is called Golden Ones and they are working on their debut EP. You can hear the debut track from the forthcoming record here first.
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