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On this week's episode, we take it to the MAX and back! Think you can handle it? Tune in to find out!
May 8, 2014. Lottie@btrtoday.com
May 1, 2014. Lottie@btrtoday.com 00:00 Lottie on BTR 00:19 Hot and Cold-Ex Hex 03:05 Through All The Worry-Pink Mountaintops 06:24 Bagboy- Pixies 11:12 Down To Earth- Malachai 13:52 Catchy (Was Contagious)-Avey Tare's Slasher Flicks 17:05 Circles-PUJOL 20:17 Curly Headed Mermaid-Dry Heeves 23:16 Lottie on BTR 24:19 Another Whitewashed Afternoon-King of Prussia 26:53 Singing-Arc iris 30:41 Snug as Fuck-Liam Finn 34:12 Shushie- Chuck E. Weiss 37:44 David-White Hinterland 43:16 Secondary Swan-Quilt 47:51 Lottie on BTR 49:16 Uppercutter- Saintseneca 52:22 Sunship- Hospitality 56:30 King of Hollywood-Withered Hand 59:31 Glimpse of a Time-Broken Twin 62:50 Tell Me A Secret-Deleted Scenes 66:48 No Motivation-Ausmuteants 68:14 Lottie on BTR 68:51 You Won't See Me-Fuzz 72:22 Holy Name-Mr. Dream 74:30 Forbidden Emotion-Warm Soda 77:50 The Lane-Sleepy Sun 82:33 See me Through-Tony Molina 83:15 Knives-The Can't Tells 85:06 Lottie on BTR 86:33 Hammers-Nils Frahm 90:22 Finish Aric Iris May 01, 2014 The Workmans Club-Dublin,Ireland May 02, 2014 Night and Day Cafe-Manchester,England May 03, 2014 Live at Leads-Leeds,England Broken Twin May 02, 2014 Aarhus,Denmark May 04, 2014 Salford,England Withered Hand May 02, 2014 Old Bridge Inn-Aviemore,Scotland May 03, 2014 Drouthy Cobbler-Elgin,Scotland
April 14, 2014. Lottie@btrtoday.com.
Sunday's with DJ Drew on BTR
Sunday's with DJ Drew on BTR
DJ Drew's Sunday show on BTR
Spring has sprung! And, thank goodness, so have new albums! We're swimming in new music this week, including my personal favorites, The Hold Steady, plus new tunes from new bands like Ausmuteants and Tony Molina, and more old favorites like Sleepy Sun. Don't forget to check out BTR on Facebook, Twitter, tumblr, Pinterest, Instagram, and SoundCloud!
If you’ve been browsing fashion news on the internet lately, chances are you’ve heard of normcore. This week’s guest is Jeremy Lewis, former trend forecaster and founder/editor of the scholarly new fashion publication Garmento, who contributed his thoughts on the new movement to The Cut’s widely publicized article. On today’s show Jeremy expounds on this sociological trend, sharing his thoughts on anonymity’s place in fashion, normcore’s appeal within our contemporary context, what it means to pursue fashion vs. style, and more. Plus, a great mix of under-the-radar artists in today’s playlist, including garage/psych/punk ensembles Sleepy Sun and Ex Hex, along with upcoming folk group Twin Forks and UK artist Bipolar Sunshine. So grab your most nondescript pair of grey sweatpants, and join us for a look into fashion’s new blank face…