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The Tryst kicks off with Illinois' JDR and The Broadcast bringing their alt-country, Americana flair. There are some great tracks at the end of the mix to get you in the Thanksgiving spirit and 10 of the most played artists on the site are in the middle of it all.
Today we open with a new artist to the show. JDR and the Broadcast are from just west of Chicago and their new single "Rosie" is some ear candy that's about to be stuck in your head.
Laura Jane Grace's new album is out now! DJ Emily is doing sample sets from some of the other shows she hosts on BTR. You'll hear some of the best new indie music out there. Turn up The Tryst.
The Listening Booth is all new with alt from Miss World, electronica from FADE, + blues and R&B w/Doe Paoro and The Royal Pendletons!
Today's set kicks off with a Halloween inspired mix. Next up, Bottle Rockets have dropped a new album called Bit Logic and we've got the title track for you. Plus, DJ Emily's got all of the most played albums on the site to round out today's set with a BTR Top 10 Remix.
All top new indie albums are ready for you. We've lined them up based on the most played by our DJs this week and there is some good stuff in this 10 song countdown. Including The Dodos who have made their countdown debut at number one.
The Dodos are back and touring with a new album 'Certainty Waves' that's #1 this week on BTRtoday.
New music from Anna St. Louis starts off the show. Our most played album of the week, which comes from Cat Power, will close the show today. Tons of new music in between from Amber Arcades, Tim Cohen, Adrianne Lenker and more.
Sarah McClure joins the show to discuss her recent study that found evidence of 7,200-year-old cheese-making on the Dalmatian Coast in Croatia.
Ann St. Louis kicks off the show with new music from her debut LP- If Only There Was A River. Matt Krahula and the Nightmare River band are new to the mix. Turn up.
Xavier Persad joins the show to discuss the Human Rights Campaign's Municipal Equality Index, measuring LGBTQ inclusive policies, laws, and accommodations in more than 500 cities across the United States.
Pittsburgh - based outfit Rave Ami make their debut on the show today. Their album, All Great Bands Break Up, is out now on Misra Records. You'll also hear tracks from John Grant's latest album, Love is Magic, Cat Power, Helena Deland and Leem of Earth. Plus, stay tuned for artists that I highlighted on my October edition of Spotlight on the City in which I featured St. Louis, Missouri.