Week one of our BTR Top 40 year-end countdown! We’ll play you a track from each of our 40 most played albums of the year over the next four weeks. Today we start with 40 and work down to 31. Included in today’s mix are Eerie Wanda, Frankiie and Munya.
DJ Emily plans on spinning the Merge Records holiday album and The Molly Burch Christmas Album throughout December 2019 and for years to come. Hear tracks from both of these new albums and past favorite holiday records in today’s mix.
Last Sunday in April means new music to change the monthly vibe with. May means true spring into summer mode, so let’s just throw new warm summer vibes at you with double shots a plenty. You’re welcome fam!
Go on a musical vacation this Spring Break with your favorite BTR DJs and their favorite selections to celebrate the season. It’s a great mix that features new tunes from Munya, Frankie and The Witch Fingers and E.B. The Younger.
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 Bristol based trio, Elder Island is taking the top spot this week with their album The Omnitone Collection. Cass McCombs sticks around and we’ve got a few countdown debuts as well. Enjoy the most played albums on BTR, all in one spot.
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.
I say yes to double dipping! I know it’s controversial, but for the purposes of this Sunday Funday Dealer’s Choice episode, we will double dip the whole way through. 2 hours of double shots, so open up and dip the chip, dip again and enjoy!
It’s the Lunar New Year around the World today, and today we look at the genre and identity of Asian American Literature; its meaning; its history, its purpose, its identity, and six books that represent a wide-range of the genre
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