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Merry Christmas! It’s the day after, and today I’ve got an extremely cozy show for you. I like to spend the day after Christmas taking it easy, sipping tea, next to a roaring fire. Okay, maybe it’s not quite THAT picturesque, but you get the idea. That’s why today’s show is all about cozy-ness. It’s a day after Christmas show that’s perfect to put on while you’re relaxing with the family. And don’t forget to give yourself the best present of all, and follow BTR on Facebook!
Start of your week with new music from LA Priest, Calvin Love, and Slow Down Molasses.
We’re starting the show off today with one of the summeriest songs I could find- because it’s been freezing in New York this week! Bonneroo is happening right now for goodness’ sakes! We should all be walking around comfortably at 9PM in shorts and flip flops! Well, it’ll get here eventually, but right now we have so much good music on the show to celebrate! And don’t forget to follow BTR on Facebook, Twitter, tumblr, Pinterest, Instagram, and SoundCloud!
DJ Wynn shares his experience from Momentum Education, and hopes to inspire you with tracks from Sharon Van Etten, Caribou, Les Sins, and Panda Bear.
It's time for a Holiday Party on BTR's Roadside Assistance, presented by United Airlines! Listen as 8 different BTR DJs present 8 different interpretations on what kind of soundtrack goes best with rest, rejuvenation and food!
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.

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