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Couch Prints take the top spot this week with their new EP! Countdown Debuts: Keaton Henson, Reptaliens, Emmy the Great, and Secret Sun
Caitlin Harnett & The Pony Boys start it off with a new track! Also, new tunes from Falcon Jane, Katy J Pearson, Malin Pettersen & more!
Mid-month and according to the world outside it’s a COVID filled holiday wonderland. Tracks to get through the day from Field Medic, Weekend Lovers, Emmy the Great, and more! Also, you can listen to the Hip Hop Show from Wayne Ski here for his tips on how to avoid confrontation this holiday. Below are some links in the event that confrontation can’t be avoided. We don’t all have that one uncle who makes racists/sexist/homophobic jokes, but a lot of us do and being that election season STILL isn’t over, this could be a politically charged holiday coming up. Click the links and prepare to shut down the hateful language. Southern Poverty Law Center // Speak Up: Responding To Everyday Bigotry  Amnesty International // How To Tell Someone You Love They’re Being Racist How White People Can Talk To Each Other About Disrupting Racism
Oceanator takes the top spot on this week’s BTR Top 10! Countdown debuts: Suuns, Ela Minus, Matt Berry, Extra Special, Mo Douglas. Click to hear a track from each.
Eels are back with their thirteenth studio album, Earth to Dora, available now via PIAS Recordings. Tune in for one of the new tracks!
It’s time for another new music catchup episode! We’re checking out tracks from releases new to the BTRtoday music library from the past two months, including some you may have been introduced to on The Music Digest and BTR Live Studio recently.
Death Valley Girls will start and end the mix today. New Helena Deland in the middle. Plus, a holiday track from Molly Burch since it’s after November 1st.
Rubber Band Gun, SUUNS, Songhoy Blues, AMANDALA and more on the show today.
It’s election week. Here’s a mix full of anxiety, fear, misery, and a bit of hope for ya.
This show comes out on Election Day 2020. Lots of tunes for waiting on a voting line. Music from Ilithios, Weekend Lovers and The Mountain Goats. Mentioned in the show: ACLU info on voter suppression. Divino Niño on BTRtoday.
1st things 1st, November 1st to be exact.  Start it off right.  Sunday vibes in check.  Double shots in your ears.  Indie tunes in your faces.  Let’s get to it!
Music for the spoooooooky season!
Change can be hard, but it’s necessary. Let the music help you forward! New music from Oceanator, Native Harrow and Born Ruffians.
This bi-weekly mix features some of the most talented women in music. Today’s show has Sarah Dooley, Fionn, Tomberlin and Oceanator. And, that’s just the first set.
New tunes from Pynkie, Sun June, Oceanator, and more!
2020’s legendary (in a good way) as far as music goes. Keeping the trend going w/ new Laura Jane Grace, Native Harrow, Madeline Leman, & more.
In this episode, we’re hi-lighting records from the past 4 months that have stuck with us on the show – some you’ve heard in our record label features, playlist episodes, on The Music Digest, or even as guests on BTR Live Studio! Tune in for music from new and recent releases by Double Grave, Oceanator, Cartalk, Eyedress, Osees, JOBS, Ganser, Wax Chattels, Anjimile, Deradoorian, Photo Ops, Snaex, Thanya Iyer, Lomedla, Lou Canon, Corey Flood, Slight Of, Merce Lemon, DEHD, and Dig Nitty!
New Lydia Lovless (feat. Laura Jane Grace) from her new album out today! A fresh tune from Tada! out of Boston. A mini-spotlight on Gainesville music. And more!
In this super-sized playlist mix episode, we’re serving up tracks from the labels featured here on the show so far in 2020 – some lesser-heard artists, additional album tracks, and a few things that we liked so much we had to play them again!
It’s a big one this week, with new singles from Anjimile, Drug Couple, Oceanator, Zaliza, Kairos Creature Club, Grant Pavol, Nana Adjoa, Cheekface, LAMPS, Drew Citron, Yankee Bluff, Michael Damani, and more new tunes!
Over the past several months, so many great singles have been coming out for August and September releases that I wanted to take a week to look at these two months, and preview (or in a few cases revisit) those records. Dig in and find something new!
This week we’re catching up with Brooklyn-based musician Elise Okusami, who has a band called Oceanator (pre-order their new record Things I Never Said, out August 28) and recently launched the record label, Plastic Miracles. Here, we cover the motivation behind launching the label, how some of Oceanator’s creative merch came to be, and learn how to play Farkle.
New music abounds and it’s all so f’ing good we can’t handle it. Enjoy new tracks from Black Bra, H. Kink, Samantha Crain and more.
On today’s mix we’ll book end the show with new music from Oceanator and fill the pages with tunes from The Beths, Dirty Projectors, H. Kink and more.

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