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It turns out that 2017 was a pretty great year for new music. In this episode, we pick out some favorite tracks and artists from the year to review before we head into a whole new year of musical…
The best artists, albums and songs from 2017
DJRePete spins his annual Best In Mix part 1 w/beats from !!!, blues with Mavis Staples, and folk with The Rural Alberta Advantage!
Our DJs play what they want, when we they want. And our Top 30 albums of the year are based off the tracks they chose to play. Enjoy these selections from 2017 over the next three weeks on the show.
Noga Erez starts off today's mix with music from her album Off The Radar, one of DJ Emily's favorite albums from 2017. La Louma Coco Hames
Catch up on alt, electro, & rock tunes in the Listening Booth + a spotlight on activist, R&B maven, dare we say living legend: Mavis Staples
Two hours of music for your Tuesday. Get some Thanksgiving prep done while you listen to this collection of indie tunes spanning multiple genres.
Lets spend what's left of 2017 enjoying the new music of 2017, because before we know it, we will be deep into the new music of 2018. So mid November here are Dealer's Choice means double shots, new tunes and pleasure!
Stay tuned for a brand new track from Bibio. It is 16 minutes and 44 seconds long.
Hand selected tracks for you Halloween are piled into this mix. Check out the playlist. You're gonna want to hear them all. A Giant Dog Suzanne Santo
On October 5, as part of the Mondo.NYC Festival, we took part in the Marauder Radio Room event at Rockwood Music Hall, where Australian artist William Crighton delivered a memorable solo performance,…
New music from some of DJ Emily's favorite artists is in the mix. Plus a BTR Top 10 remix.
New music in the mix and a Top 10 remix to round out the show. Plus a new track from Charlie Pickett featuring Peter Buck of REM fame.
Bringing you the best new indie albums in one spot. Turn up the music for the BTR Top 10 countdown. We'll dive into the most played albums on the site based on what your favorite DJs are playing.
New New New! As we make our way deep into the fall, we spend some time enjoying these new indie tunes and an extended double shot, plus some Mac Demarco at the end. Just sip it all in and smile, like it's a pumpkin spiced latte!
This two-hour set features tons of new music and a BTR Top 10 countdown remix!
Lots of debuts on the countdown this week. Enjoy tracks from the Top 10 albums currently in rotation on the site.
Wake up!!!!! It's the first of the month. Double shots and new tunes galore on today's show. Let's end the weekend and start the month together, holding hands, in musical harmony!
This episode wasn't supposed to be one of our longer record label features, but once you start to dig in to Asthmatic Kitty Records, you can't stop at just 30 minutes... dive in and enjoy music from Sufjan Stevens, Angelo De Augustine, My Brightest Diamond, Helado Negro, and more in this extra-long spotlight! Stick around for the end where we check in on Australian songwriter William Crighton before he comes to town next week for Mondo.NYC (Radio Room info here), and a few sweet new songs from favorites Alvvays, A Giant Dog, Son Little, and Deerhoof to keep things fresh.
Mattiel, Son Little, Angel Olsen and Mariya May are all on the playlist today.
Fall is here. New tunes are here. Extended double shot is here. DJ Drew is here (duh). You are here! Lets do the damn thing!
This week, Bryan and J discuss social media and even create a tumblr for the podcast. Also, they listen to a lot of great new music -- no duds at all despite one of the band’s names.
It's our regularly scheduled week off from the record label features, and time to catch up on some excellent new music and favorites from the past few months! Get into new songs from Airpark, DUDS, Emily Haines, Son Little, and more!
A playlist to help you bid farewell to summer.
You know what it is--brand spankin' new songs here on New Vibrations. You're welcome. xoxo https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jq_38PikCAM
Featuring tracks from Brooklyn’s Afro Punk festival artists like Sinkane and The Cool Kids, plus new music from Widowspeak and Dent May!
The Music Digest receives not one but two calls from our #1 fan, Michael (our guest on the show from April 8, 2017), and J picks all the music based on the cover art. You can call us too! Dial 408-SUB-INEV or 408-782-4638 and get your voice and/or a poorly transcribed version of what you said read on the show!
It's our monthly break from the record label features, and a chance to enjoy a playlist full of great music that may have been previously overlooked on the show, as well as a few choice cuts from the latest releases. As always, you can call to share you thoughts and possibly be a part of the show at (408) SUB-INEV.
New music from Rainer Maria. Get stoked!
Take The Leap with DJ Wynn and join him for a bike ride mix with Sinkane, Charles Bradley, Dan Deacon, Manu Dibango, Destroyer, and Beach House.
Take The Leap with DJ Wynn and hear music from Mac Demarco, The Luyas, Alex Napping, Antibalas, and Sinkane.
This week on the show we take a nice, long look at the LA-based label Anti- Records, including brand new music from Los Angeles Police Department, Peter Silberman, Greg Graffin, and more before wrapping things up with new tunes from O+S, Dares, and more! Want to get in touch? Call and leave a message (which may be played or read on the show) at (408) SUB-INEV. Fancy, right?
This week on the show - brand new music from Bright Brown, Sneaks, Loose Tooth, and more, plus a record label feature spotlighting the legendary Brooklyn funk/soul machine, Daptone!  
It's my last episode hosting Third Eye Weekly, and it's been one long, strange, and beautiful trip. To highlight this, I've culled together a "best-of" compilation of my favorite interviews from over the years, including Malcolm Gladwell, Jonathon Keats, and Neil Harbisson.
DJRePete is turning the calendar with an April showers blues spotlight featuring new alt from Attic Abasement + the new album by Real Estate
We're joined by special guest Brian Primack. He's director of the Center for Research on Media, Technology and Health at the University of Pittsburgh. Recently, he was the co-author of a study revealing that social media use can lead to feelings of increased social isolation.
We're joined by special guest Dr. Robert Nolan, he's here to talk with us about how electronic counseling can lower the risk of high blood pressure.
This week on the show we check out new music from Jens Lekman, Molly Burch, Vagabon, and more before checking out some of the very diverse musical offerings from Carpark Records!  
We talk about Scorsese's new film to hit Netflix, the Oscars, and review a terrifying episode of the Netflix series "Black Mirror."
We talk Emma Watson, Scientology, why Jeff Sessions is a piece of shit, and review the HBO miniseries "The Young Pope."
Enjoy an educational mix from The Leap with DJ Wynn and hear music from Beach House, Blood Orange, Chilly Gonazales, Dan Deacon, Lower Dens, and Sharon Jones and The Dap Kings.
We review the critically acclaimed new contender for Best Picture, "Moonlight."
We talk "Free Melania Trump," the coming apocalypse, Jeff Session, and review the HBO series "Veep."
For today’s podcast we’ll talk with James Burns, a journalist who voluntarily entered into solitary confinement in Arizona's La Paz County Jail, where he spent 30 days in isolation to help spread awareness about criminal justice system reform.
In light if the historic inauguration, his week we're reviewing the hilarious series Drunk History.
For today’s podcast we’ll talk with Sylvia Tara, who holds a Ph.D. in biochemistry from The University of California, San Diego and an MBA from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.
We talk about the controversial new MJ flick, Netflix cheat codes, and review the doc "After Porn Ends."
For today’s podcast we’ll connect with Dechen Karl Thurman. He’s an actor and an advanced certified Jivamukti yoga teacher and he is currently teaching and mentoring at Jivamukti Yoga School New York and abroad.
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We talk about the expansion of mini-series, Mariah Carey's antics explained, what constitutes a feature-length film, and review the Netflix original series "The OA."

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