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DJ Emily is playing some of her favorite tracks from 2017 over the next three week here on the Tryst. Enjoy the mix!
Sons of Raphael make their debut on the show today!
It's another new music catchup week on the show, as we check out tons of new stuff from Field Medic, La Louma, OCS, Lapêche, and much, much more!
Two hours of music for your Tuesday. Get some Thanksgiving prep done while you listen to this collection of indie tunes spanning multiple genres.
 All the best new indie albums out there and it's in one spot. The BTR Top 10 on BTRtoday.com.               Weaves                 Salt Petal…
Here's how we chill mid November; Turn on this damn show (Dealer's Choice), crank the damn volume, jam the hell out! Doubleshots and new tunes to celebrate mid November and the year that is and was 2017.
This week we revisit the Miami and San Francisco-based label, Father/Daughter Records, and Jessi Frick from the label joins us on the phone to talk bands, running a business, and aging, and we check…
I'm starting to lose my mind--I'm sure you are too. Listen to this playlist to lift your spirits!
See where your favorite new albums are in the mix. We're counting down the best new albums on the site. The one spot is held by an artist with a new EP out on Captured Tracks.
Meryl Meisler is a New York-based documentary photographer whose work has been exhibited at the Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn Historical Society, Dia Art Foundation, MASS MoCA, the New Museum for…
Get your Tuesday going with a two-hour set of tunes hand selected by DJ Emily. New music, old favorites and a Top 10 remix are on the way.   Zuli Curtis Harding  
Shamir brings on tangents about vaporwave and household AI.
It's Secretly Canadian week on the show, as we spend an hour with releases from the Bloomington, Indiana-based label before checking out some other recent releases from Zuli, Shamir, Grooms, Double…
New music from Donora, Savak, Double Ferrari and more!
Facebook user Jason Lee probably said it best. “Christ on a crotchrocket, please don’t let that linger any longer.”

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