For this special Thanksgiving week episode of the Subliminal Inevitable Show on BTR, we take a look exclusively at Polyvinyl Record Company, who are currently celebrating their 20th anniversary (Check…
The Jaunt for the very first Thursday in November will feature artists from Zurich, Switzerland. You'll also hear new tunes from Cosmonauts, Real Numbers, Terry Malts, Naked Giants and more! Stay tuned!
DJ Emily is new to Fridays and excited to bring you two hours of tunes. Today's mix starts off with some old-school BTR tracks (kicking it all the way back to 2009 and 2010) and rounding things out with all of the best of the best new tracks on BTR.
Alright BTR listeners you're in for a treat. This edition of The Tryst is like two shows in one! You'll get a chance to hear some old favorites to start off the show then we'll end with a special set of the most popular albums currently in rotation on BTR.
Whoooow lotsa good news this week for the ROCK SHOW! Great new stuff from ADVANCE BASE, KATIE DEY, GONJASUFI, TOBACCO... Lotta lo-fi synth weirdos in the mix. It's just that time of year, I guess. Hope you like it!
It’s a really conventional show today! Thanks goodness both those conventions are over, so we’re celebrating today with a convention-theme to our playlist. After that, we play some new music, including a track from Dinosaur Jr.’s new album. And then, we give you the best of the best- jazz, hip-hop, folk- all the good stuff. And don’t forget to follow BTR on Facebook, Twitter, tumblr, Pinterest, Instagram, and SoundCloud.
DJRePete is celebrating BTRToday’s 11th birthday today with a retrospective music discovery mix of artists that have broken thru over the years on the site, including populist tracks from Peter Bjorn & John, The Submarines, and Yael Naïm. Plus, hit up alt from Quilt and Radical Face, folk alt with The Head and the Heart and Gogol Bordello, and electronica via CSS and CHVRCHES. Don’t miss a set with a beat, featuring the underrated High Decibels as well as an anecdote about Of Montreal’s early days. And hit up some timely info on festivals, and the reopening of Le Bataclan in Paris. Come usher in the next year of BTRToday with the Listening Booth and DJRePete!
Garbage Garage is really living up to its name today, because we’ve got a mixture of everything from garage rock to folk to some Brazilian international music, and a few things in between. Plus, we’re delving deep, deep into the archive all the way back to 2008 part 2, for the second installment of the Garbage Garage nostalgia trip. And don’t forget to download the brand new BTR app and follow us on Facebook, Twitter, tumblr, Pinterest, Instagram, and SoundCloud.
Happy Wednesday and welcome to another brand new God Bless Weirdmerica. I’ve got an eclectic mix for you today, and when I say eclectic on this show, that means everything from folk to really odd hip-hop to dreamy pop- pretty much anything as long as it’s strange in some way. Even if it’s a parody of a well-worn genre, like I might argue the Cass McCombs song I’m playing today is in a way, it fits in with this show. And don’t forget to check out BTR on Facebook, Twitter, tumblr, Pinterest, Instagram, and SoundCloud.
DJRePete has your Wednesday mix covered with new alt from Requin Chagrin and Sunwolf, beats with Brika and Laser, and electronica with Aidan Knight and Pascal Pinon. Check out a band that’s hitting the high seas in the name of music discovery. Plus, info on the upcoming Cosmosis Festival in Manchester featuring Of Montreal.
Happy 2016!! I hope that everyone had a fantastic New Year’s! And I also hope that you’re ready for some seriously excellent tuneage today. I’m finishing off my Best of 2015 with the first half of last year. And don’t worry- we’ll definitely have a ton of brand new music for you next week. Don’t forget to kick the year off right by following BTR on Facebook!
Joe Virgillito chats with Prof. Gerald Friedman about COVID-19 and the case for Medicare For All. J. McVay and Jacqueline Soller discuss 2011 movie, ‘Contagion.’ Plus a preview of Scoville Unit’s upcoming BTR Live Studio session.
NYC band Activity is a supergroup of sorts, with Travis Johnson, Steve Levine, Zoë Browne, and Jess Rees coming from the excellent bands Grooms, Field Mouse, and Russian Baths. This particular… | watch