The final week in this 4 week best of series and the final Sunday Dealer’s Choice show of 2018. I’m not crying, you’re crying! So much to be thankful and grateful for in 2018 and so much to look forward to in 2019. We start with Rubblebucket and end with Marijuana Deathsquads. Happy Holidays and Happy New Year!
We’re counting down the Top 30 artists/albums played on our site this year. These numbers are based on how many times our DJs chose to play these albums. We kicked it off last week and the fun continues today. Tune in as we start it off with number 20 and work our way down to number 11.
The Tryst is airing 4 weeks featuring some of the best music played on the show in 2018. This is part 3 and next week we’re taking a break from the ‘best of’ shows for some holiday inspired tunes. So, listen up… then listen again!
Laura Jane Grace of Against Me! fame is dropping her debut solo effort under the name Laura Jane Grace & the Devouring Mothers on November 9th. We’ve got the debut single from the album to kick off the show. Plus a BTR Top 10 remix is in store. You’ll hear all the most played albums on the site and get a taste of the best new indie music out there.
Brand new music from The Human Condition out of San Francisco. We’ve got the lead single and title track from The Bottle Rocket’s forthcoming album. There is also music from The New Zeitgeist as well as a BTR Top 10 remix with music from 10 of the most played albums on the site!
Labor Day weekend has its Pros and Cons. Unfortunately it’s the unofficial end of the summer, but at least we get to celebrate this Sunday like it’s a Saturday. Extend the weekend with this 2 hour long show, including 2 dope double shot blocks and all new indie goodness!
Marilyn Haigh joins the show to discuss the Texas Tribune’s coverage of the family separation crisis, from the difficulties of reporting to the DHS using separated children as bait for “voluntary deportation orders.”
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