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I’m starting my look back on this year with some of our top artists of 2020! You can get more music from these artists, and see others featured on the BTR Top 10 which is hosted by Emily. Music in this ep from Dirty Projectors, Fleet Foxes, Arbor Labor Union and more. Also, check out this recent episode of 1st Person featuring Cassie, and her anti-racist work.
Songs I love to start this next journey around the sun.
This episode mostly features music from the first half of my 29th year, July – December 2019. Also, a few life lessons I have learned over the years.
It’s your head do whatever you want. Take control of your quarantine. Here’s some music for that.
We’ve got jellybean updates, an extremely low stakes guessing game and two hours of music for your earholes.
We’re keeping up with all the best new music out there during quarantine and this Top 10 list of most played albums does not disappoint. Give it a listen and support one of the artists by picking up their new release. Born Ruffian’s 6th studio album, JUICE would be an excellent addition to any collection.
Spring break can still be fun at home! Just turn this mix on and pretend you’re hanging out with your favorite BTR DJs dancing the day/night away. We’ve got a great set.
We’re all Born Ruffians this week with them as our top artist & their frontman’s solo project also making the top 10.
The Canadian indie rockers reminisce on simpler times while gearing up to release their new album JUICE.
This week I get on the phone with Luke Lalonde, frontman of Born Ruffians.
Son Little bookends and much more on today’s show!
Fat Tuesday is here and instead of feasting on food, we’re feasting on new music. Turn up the tunes and enjoy. New tracks from Bee Appleseed, Flor, Mo Douglas and more. Plus a BTR Top 10 remix.
‘Silver Tongue’ the fourth full-length from Nashville based Torres is our most played album of the week. Join us for a countdown of the 10 most played albums of the week.
TORRES takes the lead with her strong vocals and catchy melodies—check out who else made the list.
Chance Wiesner, Torres, Mount Sharp, Georgia, Arbor Labor Union and more!
February 2020 and everything’s how it should be. Old favorites and newly emerging artists are dropping new music in abundance. We’re showcasing lots of new favorites like Dan Deacon, Squirrel Flower, Chance Wiesner and more in the mix today.
Counting down out most played albums of the week. Andy Shuaf is taking the top spot with his latest album, ‘The Neon Skyline’.
Tune-In for the latest releases from Torres, Frances Quinlan, Ghostpoet and more!
On today’s show, we’ve got a nearly continuous hour of new music for you. On my mind this week – scores, soundtracks, and a return to full album appreciation.
Love songs and songs we love. The Tryst is celebrating Valentine’s Day the only way we know how.
Counting down all the best new releases and the most played albums on BTR. Alice Boman’s album ‘Dream On’ is our most played album of the week.
Let our top artist of the week break your heart and have you falling in love all over again.
Punxsutawney Phil did not see his shadow so we are in for an early spring. We’re ready for things to warm up here at the alt-country show and hope that this mix does the trick.
Hop Along’s Frances Quinlan has released her debut solo album – hear it on The Jaunt!
2020 is coming in hot with new albums dropping left and right. Check out tracks form a bunch of them on the show today. Frances Quinlan, Tall Tall Trees, Squirrel Flower and more are in the mix.
“A Change In Diet” is the latest album to steal the show here at BTR. It’s our most played album of the week, courtesy of NYC based artist Elliot Moss. We’ll countdown the 10 most played albums on the site and work our way to this new number one.
San Francisco 49ers vs Kansas City Chiefs.  Who do you got? Either way, 2 hours of tunes to enjoy during the biggest game of the year.  Crank it loud so no one can hear the halftime show.  This music is better anyway.  Happy Super Bowl And Drew-per Bowl!
It’s time for another big mix of music, from new tracks by Cheekface, Torres, and Andy Shauf to gems from our music library by Odetta Hartman, Scott Orr, L.A. Salami and much more, it’s two solid hours of great music ready for you to dive in!
Tunes courtesy of Andy Shauf, …And You Will Know Us By The Trail Of Dead, TORRES, Coma Girls, Bonnie “Prince” Billy and more!
If winter’s got you down this mix will cheer you up. Happy tunes and a BTR Top 10 remix with some of the best new music on the site. Sound good?
The UK trio, Girl Ray were just teenagers when they dropped their debut album in 2017. Two years later and their sophomore release, ‘Girl’ finds them better than ever and our number one most played album of the week.
Let this trio take you on a passionate ride of music.
of Montreal kicks the show off with music from their 16th studio album! We’ll end the show with a Top 10 remix, featuring out most played artist of the week Luke Lalonde. Plus enjoy all the good tunes in between.
You know him and love him from Born Ruffians. You’re gonna love him even more after you hear music from his solo album, The Perpetual Optimist. Luke Lalonde is our most played artist of the week.
Getting rockin’ & indie with Luke Lalonde this week. Check it out!
New Year. New Albums. New Outlook.
In the mix today you’ll hear new music from Grand Canyon a 6-piece out of Los Angeles. Also, new tunes from Praises. Old favorites in there as well and a BTR Top 10 remix.
It’s our first official countdown of 2020 and we’re excited. Tune in for tracks from Fran, Girl Ray, Panda Bear and out most played artist of the week, Shana Falana.
Check out the dark & rockin’ tunes of our top musician this week.
Post New Years and we are all still spinning for the holidays.  Have no fear; 2 hours of the best indie tunes in the universe are here!  Plus, double shots in the middle and a cherry on top.  Enjoy it and subscribe!
The Listening Booth has high energy electro alt from Flamingods, alt w/Jay Som amid her world tour, & folk w/2020 SXSW performer Boy Scouts!
Recapping new releases from November and December 2019.
A psychology professor encounters a teenage girl who exists as multiple incarnations, each living in a separate reality.
Kimberley Acebo Arteche (she/they) is an educator, cultural worker, and interdisciplinary artist. Her work explores the hybrid cultures formed by technology, movements of immigrants in America, and the way movements through space and spaces has been affected by these two. Arteche received her BFA from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, and MFA from San Francisco State University where she received the School of Art’s Distinguished Graduate award. She has been awarded the Murphy Cadogan Contemporary Art Award by the San Francisco Foundation, was Kearny Street Workshop’s Featured Visual Artist in the 2015 APAture Festival, and residencies at the Vermont Studio Center and the Growlery. She has shown at East Tennessee State University, SOMArts Cultural Center and at the Wailoa Arts & Cultural Center in Hilo, Hawaii. Arteche is committed to collaboratively creating decolonial practices within arts institutions, while creating visibility and providing resources for emerging Asian Pacific American and BIPOC Artists. All images courtesy of the artist  
Your Hibernation mix in The Listening Booth with jazz by Zach Brock, rock via Erin Anne, and new blues via Luke Lalonde!

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