It's the first Saturday in November, and the great albums of 2013 keep pouring in. Most obviously, we've got a track from Arcade Fire's excellent Reflektor. But we've also got Nobunny's new Secret Songs, plus the beautiful Anna Calvi's One Breath. Plus, a whole slew of other new songs to keep your Saturday interesting. And as always, follow BTR on Facebook and Twitter, but also tumblr and Pinterest to get all of the latest updates on the station!
OOoooohh!!! There's so, so much good music on the show today!! First of all, we've got my absolute favorite album from this summer, Blowout, by Brooklyn's own So So Glos. Plus, brand new Islands AND Bill Callahan AND Someone Still Loves You, Boris Yeltsin. Plus, stay tuned for some super cool Speedy Ortiz news that we have on the station this week. And, as always, check out BTR on Facebook and Twitter for all the latest updates!
Today is the Saturday of Awesome Old Bands Coming Out with New Material. I mean, we're talking old bands. Bands you might have forgotten about even. Remember Franz Ferdinand? The band, not the archduke. Well, guess what? There's a brand new song from them on the show today!! And they're not all! We've got Appomattox, Deer Tick, and The Dodos! Very exciting. And as always, don't forget to stop by Facebook and Twitter and follow BTR for all the latest happenings at the station.
Today on the show we've got a brand new band that just happened to be named after one of my favorite comic book characters. Not to mention the best new track from Woods that we've heard in ages. It's the perfect soundtrack to mid-July Saturday. And don't forget to follow BTR on Facebook and Twitter!!
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NYC band Activity is a supergroup of sorts, with Travis Johnson, Steve Levine, Zoë Browne, and Jess Rees coming from the excellent bands Grooms, Field Mouse, and Russian Baths. This particular… | watch