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DJ Wynn shares his favorite singles from 2014 with cuts from Hudson Mohawke, Lia Ices, Deerhoof, The Antlers, Naomi Shelton, and Zeus.
Today we're bringing you a special Thanksgiving holiday broadcast of BTR Live Studio!
Finally we get to talk about some food around here! We delve into some simple food, for those who aren’t as good at cooking as Hanabi is. Insane Dane unleashes his madness as well
Wynn prepares for an artist retreat with music from The War On Drugs, Sharon Van Etten, How To Dress Well, and Naomi Shelton and The Gospel Queens.
00:00 The Folk Wave 00:42 He Can't Deny Himself - Half Handed Cloud 02:17 The Passions - Owen Pallett 06:11 Nothing Will Change - Sharon Van Etten 09:21 Fleetfoot Ghost - Mirah 13:29 Dress - Sylvan Esso 17:17 The Folk Wave 18:27 Route 30 - Jolie Holland 23:11 Cosmos Pose - Nat Baldwin 28:23 Year of the Snake- Sufjan Stevens 35:11 Well Enough - William Fitzsimmons 38:22 Black Bough - New Bums 43:10 The Folk Wave 44:10 Daendors - saintseneca 47:26 These Ravines - Ages And Ages 49:38 Red Red Rose - Stone Jack Jones 54:10 The Folk Wave 54:20 Billy - Sally Seltmann 59:10 Finish Sylvan Esso 6/15 Union Transfer - Philadelphia, PA 6/22 Webster Hall - New York, NY Mirah 8/9 Doe Bay Music Festival - Olga, WA Owen Pallett 7/15 The Deaf Institute - Manchester, UK
At the halfway mark of 2014, DJ Wynn runs through his favorite releases of the year. Listen to music from Sylvan Esso, TEEN, Phox, Sharon Van Etten, and Ava Luna.
New music from Phox, Sharon Van Etten, TEEN, and Eels.
Today's show features music from recent BTR Live Studio guests Ages And Ages, along with new music from Sally Seltmann, Lost In The Trees, and many more!
New music from Woods, Nat Baldwin, Sylvan Esso, and TEEN.
Tune in to today's broadcast of the Folk Wave to hear some of our new favorite jams!
New music on today's show comes from Arc Iris, Sally Seltmann, Milk Carton Kids, and more!
April 10, 2014. Lottie@btrtoday.com
We're having fun with band names this week. New music from White Hinterland, Stone Jack Jones, The War On Drugs, and Tony Molina.
00:00 The Folk Wave 00:38 Canadian Cowboy - Arc Iris 07:13 Lonely - Len Price 3 09:57 Words - Sleepy Sun 14:28 Hold On - William Fitzsimmons 17:38 The Folk Wave 18:28 Visions - Saintseneca 21:39 Pigeon Town - New Bums 24:54 Primitive - Real Estate 28:54 Immunity - Linda Perhacs 31:59 Ante Up - Ages and Ages 35:57 The Folk Wave 36:45 Dear Mr. Heartless - Sally Seltmann 40:25 Shouei - Yasmine Hamdan 43:57 Step Out Of The Shadows - Glen Hansard 46:06 Swimming - Pearl and the Beard 49:49 Devil's Got My Secret (Live on BTR) - Mieka Pauley 53:11 My Star - Ane Brun 56:09 The Folk Wave 56:34 Come Home Loaded Roadie - Amy Millan 60:28 Finish Arc Iris 4/8 Mercury Lounge - New York, NY 4/9 The Space - Hamden, CT 4/17 Boot & Saddle - Philadelphia, PA Len Price 3 6/6 Half Moon Putney - London, UK Saintseneca 6/4 Johnny Brenda's - Philadelphia, PA 6/6 Mercury Lounge - New York, NY
April, 03, 2014. Lottie@breakhtruradio.com
Brand new music on today's show, including Stone Jack Jones, S.Carey, William Fitzsimmons and more!
March 27, 2014. Lottie@btrtoday.com
Brand new music on today's show, including New Bums, Jeremy Messersmith, and more!
FIRST DAY OF SPRING! Lottie@btrtoday.com
A story about the lady who lives underneath my floorboards, and new music from Ava Luna, Real Estate, Wild Beasts, and Linda Perhacs.
Bryan Bruchman joins me at Serious Business Records to chat about SXSW, Angel Olsen, and his band, Mount Sharp. New music from Damien Jurado, Sally Seltmann, and Eagulls.
Sunday's with DJ Drew on BTR
Today's show features music from Bright Eyes, The Internal Tulips, Sally Seltmann, and more!
This week on The Hash, DJs Molly and Dane begin by discussing the gender gap in films just in time for the Oscars. Then, the pair chats about a BuzzFeed article regarding internet crushes. The show wraps up with a conversation about workplace etiquette and Molly and Dane list a few of their personal rules. For more information on the gender gap in Hollywood films, read this Vocativ article and this Jezebel piece. Image by Molly Freeman. The Playlist: 00:00 Intro & Rundown 00:43 There’s A Glow - No 01:15 Analyzing Stereotypes: Gender Gap in Screen Time 10:47 Touch - Pillar Point 11:03 Relationships in the Digital Age: Internet Crushes 21:31 The Small Hotel - Sally Seltmann 22:03 Advice Time: Workplace Etiquette 32:17 Outro 32:51 Finish The Music No (Official El Prado album art.) Live: Mar 8 - Troubadour - West Hollywood, CA Mar 9 - The Western - Scottsdale, AZ Mar 11 - The New Brookland Tavern - West Columbia, SC Pillar Point (Official Pillar Point album art.) Live: Mar 5 - Vermillion - Seattle, WA Sally Seltmann (Official Hey Daydreamer album art.) Live: April 3 - Lizottes - Kincumber, AU April 4 - The Vanguard - Sydney, AU April 10 - Black Bear Lodge - Brisbane, AU
Happy Saturday!! Today there's a ton of great new music on the show. I'm very excited to play tracks from a brand new Eternal Summers album, The Drop Beneath. Plus, a new track from some of our favorite Brits, Wild Beasts. And, of course, make sure to follow us on Facebook, Twitter, tumblr, Pinterest, Instagram, and SoundCloud.
Have you ever envied the elegant fashions of the past? Well, for this week’s guests, their passion for vintage style became a porthole into a new way of life. A few years ago, Sarah Chrisman received a corset for her birthday from her husband Gabriel. Despite her reluctance to try it on, once she did, Sarah was hooked (pun very much intended). Instead of confinement, Sarah discovered confidence in her corset, and the ability to live the life she’d always wanted to lead. Last year, she released a book titled Victorian Secrets: What a Corset Taught Me about the Past, the Present, and Myself, detailing the couples experiences and discoveries. Now, she and Gabriel lead authentic Victorian lifestyles and work together to educate others about history from an active and engaged point of view. On today’s show, you’ll hear about Sarah’s corset collection, their beautiful historic wardrobes, lessons they’ve learned as they embrace the technology, culture, and traditions of the past, and more. Plus, a playlist sprinkled with new music releases today from the UK’s Wild Beasts, North Carolina folk pop group Lost In The Trees, Australian singer-songwriter Sally Seltmann, and more. So dust off your top hat and reserve the next space on your dance card for Sew & Tell on BreakThru Radio!