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We’ve got a big one today! New albums from Destroyer and Frog Eyes means that we’ve got debuts from two of New Weird America’s heaviest hitters. It’s not a competition, but if it were, they’d both be winning as far as I’m concerned. We’ve also got new tunes from Panda Bear, BOTANY, and The Diamond Center for you today. And don’t forget to like BTR on Facebook!
Oh my GOD, it’s so HOT outside (and inside), it’s unbearable! To help you cool off, I’m giving you this very cool mix of very cool music. And don’t forget to subscribe in iTunes!
We’re starting the show off today with one of the summeriest songs I could find- because it’s been freezing in New York this week! Bonneroo is happening right now for goodness’ sakes! We should all be walking around comfortably at 9PM in shorts and flip flops! Well, it’ll get here eventually, but right now we have so much good music on the show to celebrate! And don’t forget to follow BTR on Facebook, Twitter, tumblr, Pinterest, Instagram, and SoundCloud!
Who would have thought that a band from Beijing would be the coolest thing to hit this New Weird America show in years? The psych-rockers Chui Wan fit so well onto this show, that I had to throw out the “Merica” part of the show title. But that’s ok, we welcome songs here with open arms, and I’m so glad to play them on the show today along with new tracks from Sharon Van Etten and My Brightest Diamond! And don’t forget to follow BTR on Facebook, Twitter, tumblr, Instagram, Pinterest, and SoundCloud
Sunday’s in June! Does it get any better than this? Nope, here are the tunes. Sharon Van Etten, Dan Deacon and the double shot blocked filled with Wild Yaks, CUSSES and Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin
Another not-quite-yet summer Saturday show. Except you wouldn’t know it by the amount of summery songs I have for you on the show today (and the amount of margaritas I’ve been drinking outside lately). Yes, it really feels like it’s summer, and we’re celebrating that on the show today. Check out new tracks from Eternal Summer, Sharon Van Etten, and old favorites from Childish Gambino and White Hinterland!

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