Time for the ladies to shine! Enjoy this all-female music mix on BTR!
90-mintues of tunes are ready for you this Tuesday on BTR!
It’s a delightfully weird Wednesday again here on BTR. I’m really digging the new album from German soundscape creators Phantom Horse, so we’re leading off with them today. We visit some old favorites like Sharon Van Etten and some really, really old favorite like Sufan’s Stevens’ title track from Enjoy Your Rabbit. So make sure to stay tuned!
Midweek on BTR starts with DJRePete! Tune in for info on the Liverpool Music Week going on now, as well as a modern pop opera going on at BAM next month with Shara Worden of My Brightest Diamond. Also, hit up seasonally appropriate tracks from Standfast and Jumbling Towers. And as Halloween approaches this weekend, DJRePete musically gets you into the spirit with a creeptastic set including Johan Agebjörn and Sarah Kirkland Snider. That’s your Wednesday lead off mix on BTR!
This spooky mix from DJ Wynn features booming thunderclaps from The Dap Kings, Viet Cong with the stench of Death, Land Lines tearing you asunder, and Thee Oh Sees with big bad intentions.
Stressed about style? This week’s guest is here to help! George Brescia is a celebrity stylist, red carpet critic, media fashion expert, and author of the recently published Change Your Clothes, Change Your Life: Because You Can’t Go Naked, a guide to complete personal transformation through your closet. Join us today as George talks about his fashion career, the role of a stylist, some guidelines for looking great on or off the red carpet, a few of his favorite looks from Sunday’s Emmy Awards, his own go-to style staple for fall fashion, and more. Plus, I’ve got a great mix of music featuring songs from Florida’s Surfer Blood, experimental art pop diva My Brightest Diamond, and up-and-coming Wisconsinites PHOX. So stick around and unwind in style, with George Brescia on BTR’s Sew & Tell!
Your all-female music mix on BTR is ready to go this Sunday! Including an artist spotlight from Ariane Moffatt.
Your all female music mix is ready for you this Sunday on BTR!
DJ Wynn dives into new music from Slime, Land Lines, and My Brightest Diamond.
DJRePete opens up your Wednesday lineup on BTR with a star-studded mix featuring Of Montreal, FFS, Hot Chip, and Laura Marling. Plus, more beats from the new album by Stoop Kids, choice throwbacks with Speech Debelle, and blues with Joel Plaskett. Also, tune in to hear about Ireland’s answer to Lollapalooza, including castles, magic, and merriment. Yep. That’s your Wednesday start with DJRePete on BTR!
Sideshow Acts is the program on BTR that feature sounds of the Balkans and Eastern Europe. You'll hear Klezmer, Roma, Circus and Vaudeville tunes, plus much, much more! Today on Sideshow Acts, it's all about the Women! You'll hear from The Freak Fandango Orchestra, Frency and the Punk, Katzenjammer and more! Lottie@btrtoday.com
The Thursday Mix for June 18 brings you some mellow tunes, some rockin' tunes and some electronic tracks. You'll hear music from Fayetteville, Arkansas based band, Shawn James & The Shapeshifters, new tunes from Brooklyn band Wild Yaks and song off of Sharon Van Etten's latest EP, I Don't Want To Let You Down.
Mid June? Yes Please! New Tunes? Yes Please! Double shot filled with FFS, Cayucas and The Wheel Workers on DJ Drew's Sunday Show on BTR
Tune in every Saturday for an all new broadcast of the Folk Wave. On today's show, we feature new music from My Brightest Diamond, alongside some favorites from Old Canes, Swell Season, Memphis, Julian Lynch, and many more.
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
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!
Your Wednesday start on BTR is as diverse as it is informative, as DJRePete catches you up on the latest releases, including the new album by Summer Camp that he’s absolutely obsessed with, fresh Unknown Mortal Orchestra which has a colorful rare vinyl release, and King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard which of course is just fun to say. Also, tune in for the first of many BTR tribute sets as the station celebrates its 10th birthday later this month. DJRePete’s inaugural celebratory set includes throwbacks from Laura Marling and the Depreciation Guild. And by the end of the mix, you’ll be zoning out with a little jazz from the likes of Antônio Carlos Jobim. That’s your midweek mix from DJRePete on BTR!
Let's give the ladies the spotlight shall we?
This week is vacation week at BTR. For Hanabi and Insane Dane it was Stay-cation week. Hanabi explores some upscale, delicious dishes in the San Francisco Mission District at Commonwealth. Seattle may be many things, but it’s not a BBQ capitol. But, Pecos Pit Barbecue is doing it’s very best to change that.
Find out why we're terrified by haunted mirrors in our review of the new horror movie 'Oculus' (available on Netflix)
This week on The Hash, hosts Molly and Dane discuss a 'Cosmo' article about significant others and social media. Then, the pair shares advice on traveling as a couple. The show wraps with an in-depth conversation about street harassment. Molly and Dane are joined by fellow BTR staffer Samantha Spoto and the three share personal stories regarding harassment and catcalling.
Tune in each Saturday for an all new broadcast of the Folk Wave on BTR. Today's show features music from Mia Riddle, Joel Jerome, Kevin Morby and many more!
Another Saturday, another weekend filled with great music. Summer Camp lives up to their name with a catchy new title track from their album Bad Love (don’t worry, this doesn’t sound anything like the new Taylor Swift single), plus we hear from new artist Chui Wan and get a brand new track from My Brightest Diamond. So just sit back, relax, and let the music take care of your summer Saturday soundtrack.
The Thursday mix features brand new music from Unknown Mortal Orchestra, The Orange Peels, Patrick Watson, Heartless Bastards and more! We'll also hear from Melbourne's King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard, Reykjavik's Soley and Oakland's very own Danny James!
Enjoy this 90-minute mix-genre set!
Talented ladies are taking the stage today on BTR!
90-minutes of tunes on BTR!
Talented ladies for your Sunday on BTR!
Talented ladies fill this mix on BTR. This mix includes a special artist spotlight on Lena Fayre.
Some talented females are packed into this Sunday mix on BTR!
Happy New Year! It’s the first new Sew & Tell of 2015, and I’ve got the perfect accessory to start off your year in style. Mikuti is a jewelry collection launched by Erika Freund in 2009. During time spent in Sub-Saharan Africa, Erika discovered a wealth of incredible resources, both in materials and talent. She was so excited by what she found there that Erika spent four years researching and developing a sustainable way to bring the beauty of Africa to customers around the world. On today’s show, Erika talks about the path that led her from social work to jewelry, the traditional African technique of bead-wrapping, some of the challenges she encountered in establishing an ethical brand in Africa, the collection’s bold aesthetic and its personal significance, the one bright element in her wardrobe (besides her jewelry) that she absolutely loves, and more. Plus, a wonderful winter-y playlist mixing folk and pop, featuring tracks from Lay Low, My Brightest Diamond, Lia Ices, and sister duo Lily & Madeleine. So join us for a fresh stylish start to 2015, right here on BreakThru Radio!
90-minutes of tunes on BTR!