DJ Drew’s Best of 2015 part 3 on his Sunday show, only on BTR
The Thursday Mix for December 10, 2015 features tunes by Farao, Saintseneca, Waxahatchee and more!
Getting you through the work week with your Tuesday mix on BTR!
Are you tired of turkey yet? Did you eat all the stuffing? Is it time to go get some Chinese food or some pizza? Well, whatever food you’re in the mood for on this post-Saturday Thanksgiving, we’ve got songs you’ll be in the mood for. From Ty Segall to Os Mutantes, we’ve got something for everyone on the show today. And don’t forget to check out BTR on Facebook, Twitter, tumblr, Pinterest, Instagram, and SoundCloud.
90-minutes of tunes for your Tuesday! Turn of the music and enjoy this mix with DJ Emily!
It’s time to to Tailgate on BTR’s Roadside Assistance, presented by United Airlines! Listen as 8 different BTR DJs present 8 different interpretations on what kind of soundtrack goes best whilst partying to excess in the parking lot outside the stadium!
Get ready for 90-minutes of great tunes on BTR this Tuesday!
The Thursday Mix for 9/24/15 brings you brand new tunes by Martin Courtesy, Doe Paoro, Soren Bryce, Baio and more! You’ll also hear from one of my new favorite artists, Steven A. Clark. Clark lives in Miami-by-way of Fayetteville and Little Rock. His latest album, The Lonely Roller, is out now via Secretly Canadian.
The best of the best on BTR this week!
I love a crisp September Saturday. A crisp walk in the park, wearing a sweater, listening to great music. It doesn’t get better than that. BTR can take care of one of those three things (the sweater and the weather are out of our hands). But we do promise great music. So make sure to check out the show, and after, head on over to Facebook to give us a like!
Get ready for a fantastic 90-minute set with your host, DJ Emily!
The best of the best on BTR this week! Enjoy your Top 10 countdown on BTR!
The Thursday Show for September 10, 2015 brings you a brand new tune called “Sapokanikan” from Joanna Newsom’s forthcoming album, Divers. It will be released via Drag City on October 23, 2015. You’ll also hear songs from Silvertron Youth Choir, a trippy, experimental outfit from, you guessed it, Silverton, OR.
We’ve got a big one today! New albums from Destroyer and Frog Eyes means that we’ve got debuts from two of New Weird America’s heaviest hitters. It’s not a competition, but if it were, they’d both be winning as far as I’m concerned. We’ve also got new tunes from Panda Bear, BOTANY, and The Diamond Center for you today. And don’t forget to like BTR on Facebook!
BTR Eatopia: Labor(ious) Week Edition
Sundays with DJ Drew – This week The Fresh & Onlys start it up, the double shot is filled with Panda Bear, Painted Palms and Craig Finn and the outro by Jessie Jones!
Due to Wes Craven’s recent passing (RIP), we decided to honor his legacy by reviewing his debut ‘Last House on the Left’
Today DJ Patrick K and Matt your other host react to songs from Myke Bogan, OBN IIIs, Panda Bear, …free music, catt p and The Mantles
Our first Saturday show in September! But guess what? Even though we’re back to school, summer isn’t over yet! We’ve still got nearly two weeks of official summer left, and great albums are still pouring out: Destroyer, Panda, and Frog Eyes. Check ‘em all out on BTR today!
The very first Thursday mix for September features tons of fresh music. You’ll hear new songs from Panda Bear, Dungen Botany, Fenster and so much more! Also, I’m excited to be premiering a track from Battles’ upcoming and fifth studio album, La Di Da Di. It’s their first album in over three years! Stay tuned!
We’ve got three amazing new artists on the show today, all featuring some powerful female vocalists: Land Lines, Deradoorian, and Briana Marela. It’s really awesome to be able to play so much new music from women on the show. Plus, a really playful new track from Fenster and a now decade-old song from favorite Old Time Relijun. And as always, don’t forget to give BTR a like on Facebook!
TunaBunny. Brianna Marela. Abdu Ali. Damaged Bug. Alex G. Saun and Starr. Panda Bear. Tree. And more…
Sheera. Friendzone. Knxwledge. Gnod. Pink Siifu. Dick Diver. Recondite. Colin Stetson. Flatbush Zombies. And more…
Enjoy your 90-minute Tuesday mix. Great tunes, hand selected by DJ Emily!
Sometimes on the Rock Show, you don’t just get rocks… You get a mixed bag, filled with all kind of wonderful things! Rocks, twigs, berries, seeds, nuts, it’s all here… And you’re gonna love it!
Julia Haslett is the director of the documentary An Encounter with Simone Weil. The film tells the story of French Philosopher and activist Simone Weil, who spent her short yet prolific life grappling with a single question: What response does seeing human suffering demand of us? Before making this film Julia had never hear of Simone Weil, but she was familiar with this question. She grew up watching her father struggle with depression, and when Julia was 17 he took his own life. The suicide left her acutely sensitive to people in pain, but it was many years later that Julia read these words that would lead her to make her latest film. This week I speak with Julia Haslett about the life of Simone Weil and how the philosopher inspired this personal documentary.
Welcome to the Saturday show! We’ve got an exciting new release from Sufjan Stevens that music critics just can’t stop raving about. Low Cut Connie has a fun retro new album out, and William Elliott Whitmore, too! To stay up to date with all the latest goings-ons at BTR, make sure to follow us on Facebook and give us a like! And if you need more of a BTR fix, follow us on Twitter, tumblr, Pinterest, and Instagram, too!
Enjoy this daily mix with tunes hand selected by DJ Emily!
A 90-minute mix of tunes for your Tuesday. Enjoy this set with your host, DJ Emily!
DJ Wynn ponders where intellect comes from while spinning new tracks from Will Butler, Dan Deacon, Ryley Walker, and Evans The Death.
It’s coming up on SXSW time, and BTR has an incredible show coming your way! It’s on Friday March 20th from Noon-7PM at The Liberty, right on 6th Street in Austin. Our lineup is, as they say, sick nasty good. Listen to the show today to get a taste of the treat you’re in for! And as always, don’t forget to check out BTR on social media- give us a like on Facebook, Twitter, tumblr, Pinterest, Instagram, and SoundCloud.
Young Gov. Cristoph El’ Truento. Trance Farmers. Totally You. Turn To Crime. Kiasmos. Doldrums. And more…
It’s time for a Spring Break party on BTR’s Roadside Assistance, presented by United Airlines! Listen as 8 different BTR DJs present 8 different interpretations on what kind of soundtrack goes best with beaches, hotels and sandals
One thing that Hanabi does well is find those highly local, road less-travelled kinds of places to eat. Anyone can review a Michelin three star affair, and many do. Hanabi does that too. But, sometimes you’ve got to give the little guy his big break. That’s Hanabi and that’s Tat’s Delicatessen in Pioneer Square, Seattle. Since they proclaim to be an East Coast deli, Hanabi decided to take them up on that and try out their Ruben and their Pastrami. Any deli enthusiast knows that a pastrami sandwich is served just one way.
The Thursday Mix. February 26, 2015.
The best of the best on BTR!
This week ID schools us on salt and grapefruit. Hanabi is MIA in some Scandinavian country. Let us also remind you of this Norwegian recipe we have covered before. He also decided to stop going to Asian restaurants and headed to Toulouse Petit for some rabbit and papardelle! Then a week later he decided he made a mistake. He relapsed at Lou’s Sushi in Sacramento CA. He just can’t get enough! Also he subscribed to Nature Box. There’s a free trial box. Plus if you use the code “share10off” (share ten off), you get $10 of your second box! We think that’s how it works, don’t hold us to it… Also Beer.
Sick show this week. Check it out!
$3.33. Lower Dens. Jefre Cantu-Ledesma. Leapling. Richard Swift. Ex-Cult. Band Practice. Jib Kidder. Gigi. Lightning Bug. And more…
The Thursday Mix for February 12, 2015.
On this week’s edition we strayed away from the delicious and delved into the disgusting, if only briefly. We read about a vegan restaurant in Canberra Australia that was infested with a certain, common yet vile pest. The details will make you less hungry for the delicious Senegalese avocado, mango salad that we give a recipe for. Okay, actually that salad is too delicious not to enjoy. Insane Dane gets all thoughtful by asking how “green” is vegetarianism? But, more importantly he made a fried chicken sandwich! Also, Hanabi read a sweet Lucky Peach article about identifying Dim-Sum. Brilliant!
The Thursday Mix for February 5, 2015.
90-minutes of tunes for your Tuesday!
The best of the best on BTR!
DJ Wynn delivers new music from Twerps, S. Carey (drummer for Bon Iver), Jib Kidder, and Viet Cong.
Oooo-weee did we get a lot of snow in New York this week! I love a great big snowstorm almost as much as I love a weird playlist. That’s why I’ve created a snow-centric God Bless Weirdmerica this week. Perfect for a snow day, so make sure to check it out!
90 minutes of tunes for your Tuesday!
The best of the best on BTR this week!
One of the time-honored New Year fashion traditions is, of course, the wardrobe overhaul. Join me today with my guest Greta Eagan – sustainable style expert, author of Wear No Evil, founder of Style Society and curator of FASHIONmeGREEN – as she shares some invaluable practical pointers that will help you build a better closet in 2015. Greta shares about the process of writing and publishing her book, the details of her newly-developed fashion share company, a few of her winter fashion and beauty go-to’s, and some tips for a closet cleanse to start the year off fresh! Plus, I have a great playlist full of exciting new music from innovative artists like Jessica Pratt, Brika, Panda Bear, Dan Deacon, and more. So open that closet door and get ready for a sustainability-minded makeover with Sew & Tell on BreakThru Radio!
Weird Inside. R.L. Kelly. Grouper. Rustie. Rare Attitude. Forth Wanderers. Foxes in Fiction. Tree + Crack. Eskimeaux. And more…
Your 90 minute Tuesday mix!
The best of the best on BTR!
DJ Wynn shares his experience from Momentum Education, and hopes to inspire you with tracks from Sharon Van Etten, Caribou, Les Sins, and Panda Bear.
Sundays with DJ Drew on BTR
This week we talk Oscar-buzz and review the musical thriller ‘Whiplash’ starring Miles Teller and J.K. Simmons
Welcome to the Saturday Show!! We’ve got great new music on the show today to keep you warm, especially since it was so so cold this week. These are the songs that will get you through the winter that you can picture yourself dancing to all summer long at festivals and outdoor free shows. And don’t forget to check out BTR on Facebook, Twitter, tumblr, Instagram, Pinterest, and SoundCloud.
I hate music! I hate guitars! I hate melodies! I hate the disco beat! It’s the Rock Show on BTR, back and badder than ever!
Forth Wanderers. OKAY KAYA. Palm. Bae Bro. Rare Attitude. Viet Cong. Grouper. Gifted Gab. Master Blazter. Silk Rhodes. And more…
OKAY KAYA. Palm. Tybox. Dan Deacon. Panda Bear. Captain Murphy. Viet Cong. Tom Misch. Tree + Crack. Destruction Unit. And more…
What a Mount Everest climber, a youth poet laureate and a 96-year-old yoga instructor can teach us about inspiration.
God Bless Weirdmerica has two really exciting new artists with new tracks on the show today: Dan Deacon and Panda Bear. PB’s work outside of Animal Collective has never been more exciting, and we’ve got two tracks for you today. For more great content, make sure to follow BTR on Facebook, Twitter, tumblr, Instagram, SoundCloud and Pinterest.
Tuesday’s 90 minute set on BTR!
Today I talk about, play music from and read interview excerpts with Hinds, Panda Bear, Forth Wanderers and Palm
The best of the best on BTR!
This week, The Hash covers friendships, hopeless romanticism vs. cynicism, and what to read.
January 08, 2015. The Thursday Mix.
It’s time for a Holiday Party on BTR’s Roadside Assistance, presented by United Airlines! Listen as 8 different BTR DJs present 8 different interpretations on what kind of soundtrack goes best with rest, rejuvenation and food!