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The Listen Booth’s got a winter blues spotlight featuring R&B from The BellRays as well as blues via The Diplomats Of Solid Sound!
What’s the theme on Garbage Garage today? Can you guess from the song titles? Catch, capture, battle…that’s right, we’re talking the oddest new cultural obsession, Pokemon Go. I was so startled to see how big the craze got that I’m even talking about it here on good ‘ole Garbage Garage today. Plus, brand new music from JuliaWhy?, Death Valley Girls and the bravely named band, The Amazing. And don’t forget to check out BTR on Facebook, Twitter, tumblr, Pinterest, Instagram, and SoundCloud.
DJRePete has the cure for your first hump day of 2016: 90 minutes of music discovery with Bitter Sweet beats, alternative with Setting Sun and Oh Honey, and electronica crossover with Shana Falana and Little Boots. Plus, whether you’re ‘down under’ where it’s summer or you’re scheming your 2016 festival travels, DJRePete’s got you covered today with info on where you can escape to warmth and tunes this year. That’s your Wednesday start on BTR!
DJRePete closes out the month with the debut of the new album by Setting Sun, Nashville electronica via MYZICA, and apropos sweet ballads with Sweet Badoo. Also on the program, RePete revisits the live album by the Eels from the UK’s Royal Albert Hall, keeps tabs with Summer Camp and Little Boots, and gets lost in a track by Thee Oh Sees. Plus, zen out with a folk alt set complete with strings via Destroyer and The Ghoul Goes West. That’s your September finale with DJRePete on BTR!
The Sunday Show with DJ Drew on BTR
Energize your Wednesday start on BTR with DJRePete who’s spinning some power alt with Oberhoffer and the very 60s sounding Rope Store to start. Plus, addictive electronica with Fenster, melancholy alt via Alex G, and ballads from the likes of Frogs Eyes. More from the latest by Little Boots also in there, as well as some Of Montreal ahead of their show Friday at the Music Hall of Williamsburg. Finally, in a blast from the past, Silicon conjures up visions of the long lost 90s dancing baby. That’s your midweek start on BTR!

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