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The Jaunt is a mix of the latest album releases and newest artists from cities big and small around the globe. On today's episode, you'll be hearing brand new songs from Unknown Mortal Orchestra, A is for Atom, Tanbark, Pity Sex and more. Plus I'll be featuring artists from places like Austin, Texas, Boston, Massachusetts, Greensboro, North Carolina and Bloomington, Indiana.
DJRePete starts the countdown to 2016 today with part 1 of his annual BTR Best In Mix. Today he’s spinning a choice set of tracks that ‘broke thru’ on the station in 2015, including alternative from Baio and Mike Pace and the Child Actors, electronica cross-over with Eternal Summers and Teen Daze, and folk with the Sugarplum Fairies and Little Lapin. Plus, Speedy Ortiz headlines a high energy punk alt set to power you into your holiday weekend. That’s your Wednesday start on BTR!
Happy December! We’re nearly halfway through the month. And guess what? While all those other stations are just playing Christmas tunes or going over their top of the year lists, we’re still playing brand new music! Check out new tunes from Lettuce, Beacon, and Kiasmos. And don’t forget to follow us on Facebook, Twitter, tumblr, Pinterest, Instagram, and SoundCloud.
Post Halloween spookiness!!!! DJ Drew delivers the ghoulish tunes on his Sunday Show only on BTR
DJRePete kicks off your Wednesday on BTR with some high energy pop alt from Destroyer! Also, find out how to best keep tabs with BTR during CMJ coverage next week as well as where to tune in to plan your musical route. Plus, a wistful ballad by Soda Shop, trippy goodness with Unknown Mortal Orchestra, and punk with Joanna Gruesome. And don’t miss album news from the culture mashup band Delhi 2 Dublin. DJRePete’s got your midweek fix on BTR!
The Thursday Show for September 10, 2015 brings you a brand new tune called "Sapokanikan" from Joanna Newsom's forthcoming album, Divers. It will be released via Drag City on October 23, 2015. You'll also hear songs from Silvertron Youth Choir, a trippy, experimental outfit from, you guessed it, Silverton, OR.