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A jammy New Years Eve party featuring the funk of Lettuce, Turkuaz, and the Motet, electronic jams from Big Gigantic, Lotus, and Moon Hooch, and lots more
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!
On today’s show, some of the best music from 2018 (according to Lottie).
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!
Special spotlight on the new album from Turkuaz, “Life In The City,” out now
It’s a Thanksgiving day themed mix!
Tunes by El Radio Fantastique, Rude Dude and the Creek Freaks, Cobra Man, Kramies and more!
New music out of the String Cheese Incident’s recording studio and band HQ, SCI Sound Lab
Special spotlight on Rubblebucket’s new album “Sun Machine,” an impressively danceable, fun collection that tackles breakups and other tough stuff.
Enjoy this dang Sunday show!  2 hours of tunes, new new new and double shots galore!  I have a Sunday sweet tooth so I’m gonna eat chocolate and listen to my own Dealer’s Choice show today.  Join me wont you?
Matt Krahula & the Nightmare River Band are brand new to rotation. Plus a new song from William Elliott Whitmore and a BTR Top 10 remix. Enjoy the two-hours of tunes.
Max Pain and The Groovies make their countdown debut. Oh Sees and Idles are sticking around. And, Dilly Dally are shooting up the countdown to number one.
This week,Toronto’s Dilly Dally is back and taking the top spot with their newest album ‘Heaven!’
Matt Weidauer is brand new to The Tryst today with music off his latest album. Plus new music from Rachel Bachman and a BTR Top 10 Remix.
Basement Revolver, Dilly Dally, Lung and Rubblebucket are making their countdown debuts. Animal Electricity shoots up the countdown to number one!
Animal Electricity’s newest album ‘Beginning To See The Light’ is number one this week.
Dilly Dally, Spiritualized, Demob Happy, The Brutalists, Advance Base and more!
Double shots, indie tunes and Sunday fundays are what I’m known for and I couldn’t be prouder.  Dig into it today and every Sunday with 2 hours of tasty tunes only on BTRtoday.com
The final Listening Booth of the summer season (for real this time) has the return of BC Camplight and a sunsetting jazz set with Pram.
Scoping out the fall tours for the Motet and STS9, as well as fall albums from Keller Williams and Blues Traveler.
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!
We’re celebrating (the not end of) summer in the Listening Booth w/surf rock from The Creation Factory & Echo Courts!
New tunes from Saintseneca, Baked, Lung, Calicoco and more!
This week we’re taking a look at Grand Jury, an independent record label founded in NYC in 2014. Robbie Mackey (half of the team leading the label, along with Craig Winkler) joins us in the studio to…
Sweet tunes from Pram, Zook, Oh Sees, Rubblebucket and more!
We dabble in electronic & pop this week along with our usual garage-y take on music—tune in!
Special 3-track spotlight on the new album from the Jaden Carlson Band, “Keep It Movin’.”
We are jammin’ out this week to some of the most fun tunes hitting the street! Whether it’s punk rock or pop get ready to shake that thang.
Special multi-track spotlight on the new album from Oakland, California’s Howlin Rain.
Spotlight on some music festivals including Shadefest Music Festival and the Festy Experience
Candler Park Music & Food Festival announces its 2018 music lineup, featuring Gov’t Mule, Lettuce and Houndmouth
Digging into 2018 festival lineups from Bonnaroo, BottleRock, Firefly and more
Time to get your tickets for the 18th annual Summer Camp Music Festival!

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