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Happy Thanksgiving! Enjoy this mix of jams from a few years back.
Oceanator takes the top spot on this week’s BTR Top 10! Countdown debuts: Suuns, Ela Minus, Matt Berry, Extra Special, Mo Douglas. Click to hear a track from each.
It’s time for another new music catchup episode! We’re checking out tracks from releases new to the BTRtoday music library from the past two months, including some you may have been introduced to on The Music Digest and BTR Live Studio recently.
Post election and we all need an escape!  Don’t run, don’t hide, don’t scream, don’t yell – just chill and dig in to the 2 hour vibes of Dealer’s Choice this Sunday.  Let’s do this damn thing.
Rubber Band Gun, SUUNS, Songhoy Blues, AMANDALA and more on the show today.
It’s election week. Here’s a mix full of anxiety, fear, misery, and a bit of hope for ya.
Welcome to another week of great music. Hopefully you can find some pleasure in all of these excellent new releases. I did.
Music for the spoooooooky season!
In this episode, we take a look at Sound The Alarm, Vol. 1: Louder Feelings, a compilation album of political, social justice & protest songs out October 21 from the new LA-based label/collective Pop Can Records. We’ll hear three tracks from the release – including a premiere of the Ill Peach track that opens the album, and speak with label founders/artists Patrick Morrissey and Jesse Schuster, as well as DWY, whose song “Black Boy” was one of the first singles released from the collection.  Beyond that, we’ve got new singles and album tracks from Benjamin Lazar Davis, Sleeping Loops, Coco Reilly, Buck Meek, Pearl Charles, Flowers, Mise En Scene, Grey Factor, Mourn, Bartees Strange, EX OH, and Suuns.
In this episode, Carlo Minchillo of the Brooklyn Drum Collective joins us to talk about the upcoming record, Live at Our Wicked Lady, featuring Brooklyn bands Power Snap, Catty, Bizarre Sharks, and True Dreams, recorded July 19, 2019 (check out our photos/recap from that show!). Ahead of the October 16th release, we talk about the record, the bands, the show captured in the record, and more about all things Brooklyn music and beyond. We check out two tracks from the live record, and then fill out the episode with some other new releases from the week.

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