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The Listening Booth's 2019 Best In Mix concludes w/rock via Lisa Prank, trippy electro w/Girl Ray, & alt via Shanna Falana. Count down!
We're taking a look back at some of our favorite songs, releases, and artists or 2019 in this massive, two-part playlist episode!
J returns to the show - all the way from Austin! In this two-part mega-episode, we're catching up on the music he missed in the months since departing the show (and, ultimately, NYC). This episode…
Part 1 of a 3 part series of Best 2019 playlists
This is our final catchup playlist episode of the year! What does that mean? It means we're checking out some of the new music that's come in to the music library here over the past few weeks before…
We're still feeling thankful for all the great music that's been bestowed upon us this year! So, we're giving thanks for all of those plus our current favorite albums. Enjoy it all in the mix today.
Fran's debut full-length, A Private Picture is our most played album of the week. Tune in to here music from this album and more of our most played here on BTR!
Fran gets in your face with killer jams this week.
Playing the chillest of chill tunes for you on this very mellow Thursday!
Where are they now? Today on the Tryst, DJ Emily revisits bands from BTR-yesteryear for a class reunion of sorts. Also in the mix, new tunes to rotation and a BTR Top 10 Remix.
Molly Sarle starts things off. Shantih Shantih are in at six. Black Marble take the 10 spot. And, Lisa Prank reigns supreme at one!
Lisa Prank isn't taking anybody's shit in new album 'Perfect Love Song' and we love it!
Time to catch up on some recent releases! From Mikal Cronin and Matt Valentine and Ganser to Battles, we're checking out tons of great new music from the past couple of months this week.
Can you believe 2020 is almost here?  Where does the time go?  We can't stop it, we just gotta enjoy it while we have it.  So here is 2 hours of music to help us stop and smell the roses a little while.  Enjoy!
Join us in The Listening Booth for a dive into the roots of Hudson Valley artist Marco Benevento’s self-described hot dance piano rock!
Patrick Watson, Black Marble, Camp Howard, Sofa City Sweetheart and more!
Today's mix begins with music from The Decalogue. A ballet score composed by Sufjan Stevens and performed by Timo Andres. We'll explore this as well as other new albums to rotation on BTR. Including the most played on the site this week in our BTR Top 10 Remix.
All the best new albums on BTR all in one spot. Hear the most played albums on the site this week, including countdown debuts from Dominic Sen and Allah Las.
Getting spacey & sweet with the Allah-Las this week.
Shantih Shantih have our most played album of the week and they're in the mix. Joslyn and the Sweet Compression are new to the site and they start things off. Tons of good tunes in between.
Pete D'Angelo of Ernest Jenning Record Co. and Facet Cubed stops by to join the music listening-and-reacting fun and offers some actual useful music industry insight along the way! Along with bringing…
Welcoming Joslyn and the Sweet Compression to BTR with an artist spotlight featuring tracks from their latest release. Plus new tunes from Girl Ray, Molly Sarle, Hanna Vu and more!
One week left until Halloween!
On today's show, we take another walk on the wild side, with a reading from 1901's "Music & It's Masters" by O.B. Boise, provided by the Gutenberg Project. We listen to music from Guided by…
Seth Applebaum (Ghost Funk Orchestra, The Mad Doctors, etc.) stops by to talk about GFO's incredible new album, A Song For Paul, and sticks around to do the Music Digest thing of listening / reacting to new music! We got into brand new tracks from (Sandy) Alex G, Shana Falana, The Paranoyds, Jeremy Ivey, and Surf Curse.
After moving to NYC in 1998 and beginning to seriously play music there in 2001, J is leaving the city in the fall, so this is the last episode of the podcast. It’s packed with around 6 hours of…
Lollapalooza is upon us! The Listening Booth has festival funk from Fitz and The Tantrums and R&B alt from headliner Childish Gambino!
In Part 3, Dr. Steve Billet discusses what we should expect politically in 2019, including gearing up for the Democratic primaries. Dr. Steve Billet is the Director of the Legislative Affairs Masters and Chief of Staff of the Graduate School of Political Management at the George Washington University.
In Part 2, Dr. Steve Billet discusses the big events we may have forgotten this year, from the North Korean summit to America's withdrawal from the Iranian Nuclear Agreement.
We saw a lot in 2018 - here's a recap of our best photoblogs from the year that was!

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