DJ Wynn shares his favorite singles from 2014 with cuts from Hudson Mohawke, Lia Ices, Deerhoof, The Antlers, Naomi Shelton, and Zeus.
2014 is almost over!! There’s only just a few days left, and on this week’s show, we’re going to play some of the best new songs from this year! It’s part one of a part two celebration of all the amazing music in 2014. So check out this batch of songs, and then make sure to tune in again next Saturday for the rest!! It’ll be a Saturday treat between Christmas and New Year’s!
The Tuesday Mix on BTR with DJ Emily!
DJ Wynn shares his favorite singles of 2014 and some memories that go along with them. This mix featues music from Angel Olsen, Flying Lotus, Laetitia Sadier, Ty Segall, Slowclub, and Bonnie Prince Billy.
DJ Wynn shares new music from Sean Rowe, Jon Hopkins, Lowell, and King Gizzard and The Wizard Lizard.
Hanging with DJ Emily this Tuesday is a good idea.
This week we review the new Zach Braff film "Wish I Was Here"
90-minutes of tunes are ready to go here on BTR!
The best of the best on BTR!
New music from Hundred Waters, Naomi Shelton & The Gospel Queens, Phox, and My Brightest Diamond.
DJ Wynn offers up new music from How To Dress Well, advice from Andrew W.K., and news on an upcoming musical created by Anand Wilder (of Yeasayer) and Maxwell Kardon.
Sundays with DJ Drew on BTR
We’ve got an amazing contest running for you on BTR to celebrate our birthday, so make sure to tune in today if you want all the deets on how to win an amazing prize.  Plus, we’ve got new music from White Fence, Secret Cities, and Hundreds!  And of course, don’t forget to follow BTR on social media for all of the latest and greatest updates on the station and all of the amazing bands we follow for you!
It's Surf Week on BTR! On today's show, we're featuring interview audio with George Tomscoe, guitarist of the legendary '50s group, the Fireballs, discussing the legacy of Surf Rock. And later, more from documentarian Sarah Blecher and her film 'Surfing Soweto' documenting teenage daredevils in Africa.
June 26. Thursday Mix.
DJ Wynn talks about the prospect of parenting and shares thoughts from spending time with his nephew in Annapolis. The first set is dedicated to parents everywhere and features music from Sharon Van Etten, Sylvan Esso, Eels, and Clap Your Hands Say Yeah.
Sundays with DJ Drew on BTR
The Hash covers 'Life Partners,' school dress codes, and a men's guide to not raping.
Happy Saturday! Oooh boy, do we have a ton of great music for you on the show today! First of all, we're so excited that the Discovery Artist this week is Sleepy Sun. I love that band. And speaking of loving bands, we've also got The Antlers, Charles Bradley, and Bosco Del Rey with new tracks! And while we're at it, make sure to check out BTR on Facebook, Twitter, tumblr, Pinterest, Instagram, and SoundCloud!
This week on Sew & Tell, I’m joined by biodesign innovator Suzanne Lee, former Senior Research Fellow at Central Saint Martin’s in London, and founder of the consultancy company BioCouture. Suzanne and the BioCouture team see the future of fashion at the intersection of biology and textile development, and they help their clients achieve breakthroughs in this new and emerging field. From reverse-process silk to lab-grown leather to kombucha-brewed fabric, BioCouture is leading the way towards new growth and solutions in fashion. On today’s show, Suzanne will talk about how her research at Central Saint Martin’s led to the development of BioCouture, the bacterial cellulose fiber that started it all, what gets lost in translation between a cutting-edge breakthrough and a commercially viable product, some of the incredible textile breakthroughs currently in commercial use, and more. Plus, a playlist full of great new tracks from The Antlers, Strand of Oaks, Charles Bradley, Old Monk, Bosco Delrey, and more! So join us for an exciting hour of breakthrough discoveries as we explore fashion’s new frontier…
Timber Timbre. White Lung. Hop Along. Greys. Zula. Pleasure Leftists. Sylvan Esso. Hundred Waters. The Range. Grand Puba. And more...
White Lung. Wax Idols. Total Control. Austra. The Antlers. Native America. Main Attrakionz. Thee Oh Sees. Sharon Van Etten. Shilpa Ray. And more...
Let's enjoy this semi-Monday on BTR!
It's our last week of featuring My Visor's 3rd LP as Album Of The Month, and also the last week of Death III as Classic Album. But don't you worry, as there's sure to be another pair of great LPs coming up next week. For now though, we're gonna party like it's on sale for £/$19.99.
Sunday's with DJ Drew on BTR
This week on The Hash, DJs Molly and Dane discuss Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin's divorce announcement that was posted on her website, Goop. Then, the pair rip into a CBS article titled "Why You Shouldn't Report Sexual Harassment." The show wraps with a conversation about misogynists using patronizing nicknames for women.
Today on the show we're starting out with a bang with some international vibes, plus a new trace from Brooklyn's very own The Antlers' new album. And filling out the show with new Woods, new Thee Oh Sees, and new Avey Tare, you pretty much can't go wrong this Saturday. And don't forget to check out BTR on Facebook, Twitter, tumblr, Pinterest, Instagram, and SoundCloud.
This week’s Sew & Tell is possibly one of the most important we will ever feature. I’m joined today by Bangladeshi photojournalist Ismail Ferdous, who documented the Rana Plaza factory collapse on the day it happened: April 24, 2013. Ismail’s images make it impossible to ignore the human suffering and heartbreak that resulted from that tragedy, and show intimate, tangible images of grief and devastation. Fellow photographer and filmmaker Nathan Fitch met Ismail at a workshop, and, moved by his images, the two began a collaboration that would ultimately lead to the creation of their Cost of Fashion initiative. On today’s show, Ismail generously shares his memories from being at Rana Plaza on the day of the collapse and some of the stories he’s heard from survivors, and Ismail and Nathan talk about the inherently problematic fast fashion system, and the ways in which they hope to raise awareness through Cost of Fashion. And as always, I’ve got some new music in the mix today including tracks from Southern Florida’s Helado Negro, Australian pop quintet The Trouble with Templeton, a single off the upcoming June release from The Antlers, and more. Please join us today on BreakThru Radio as we learn more about the single deadliest garment industry disaster in history, and some small and not-so-small ways in which we can help effect some urgently-needed change.
This set is dedicated to my brother, who celebrated his 38th birthday last week and who will have a retirement ceremony in June after serving in the Navy for 20 years. I'm proud of you brother. Hear tracks from The Antlers, TEEN, Broken Twin, Pink Mountaintops, and Eels.
Sunday's with DJ Drew on BTR
Happy April! We've got a ton of great new music for you on the show today, including new tracks from The Antlers, Pink Mountaintops, and Liam Finn. Make sure to check out BTR on Facebook, Twitter, tumblr, Pinterest, Instagram, and especially our BTR Found Sound on SoundCloud!
This week on Sew & Tell, as the station looks at questions and concepts of identity, we’ll take a look at unisex fashion. I’m joined by designer Rad Hourani, whose unisex line is admired worldwide for its minimalistic, sculpted aesthetic. A particular favorite of Lady Gaga, Rad’s collections are built to be seasonless, timeless, and gender-less, offering unrestricted freedom of expression to the world of fashion. On today’s show, Rad talks about his passion for math, art, and symmetry in design, his interpretation of unisex style, the differences in his process for designing haute couture vs. ready-to-wear pieces, some of his upcoming projects, and more. Plus, a playlist full of brand new music, including sneak previews of upcoming releases from The Antlers, Broken Twin, Pink Mountaintops, and more. So join us as we explore the ways in which fashion informs identity, here on BTR!
Today I talk about and play music from Jesse Futerman, Wye Oak and The Antlers
DJ Wynn shares reissued tracks from Death, new music from Wye Oak, and the myriad of feelings one goes through while searching for a home in New York City.
Happy Saturday!! Today there's a ton of great new music on the show. I'm very excited to play tracks from a brand new Eternal Summers album, The Drop Beneath. Plus, a new track from some of our favorite Brits, Wild Beasts. And, of course, make sure to follow us on Facebook, Twitter, tumblr, Pinterest, Instagram, and SoundCloud.