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The Ghoul Goes West
DJRePete’s Best In Mix 2015 concludes this week with electronica from CHVRCHES and Bob Moses, alternative from Toro Y Moi and FFS, and soulful beats with Saun & Starr and 11 Acorn Lane. Tune in for info on BTR bands playing New Years Eve shows, including one doing an “eve eve” show instead. Plus, some trippy goodness with Unknown Mortal Orchestra, Michael Rault, and Of Montreal. Start the countdown a day early as DJRePete closes out 2015 on your BTR Wednesday!
Today on your BTR start, DJRePete is breakin’ thru new music from Zerobridge! Plus, hit up alternative from Farao and Craig Finn, blues with William Elliott Whitmore and Low Cut Connie, and rhythm beats via Allday and Bob Moses. Also tune in for info and BTR bands playing today at the Arizona State Fair and the Cardinal Sessions Festival this weekend in Germany. And for fun this post-Election Day in America, check out a political throwback track from Skidmore Fountain. That’s your BTR Wednesday with DJRePete!
Post Halloween spookiness!!!! DJ Drew delivers the ghoulish tunes on his Sunday Show only 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!
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!
DJRePete has your soundtrack for these dog days of summer, spinning a mix of blues with Matthew E. White and Low Cut Connie, electronica with Sally Shapiro and the Pinkertones, and modern New Orleans funk with the Stoop Kids and 11 Acorn Lane. Plus, alt with Young Guv, Jaill, and The Cribs as well as throwbacks from Tiga and Peter Kruder. And hit up info on a Toronto non-profit residency space that’s doing some great work. Plus, tacos and beer. It’s your BTR Wednesday start with DJRePete!
Midweek on BTR features DJRePete spinning a music discovery mix comprised of beats from the likes of the Stoop Kids, a blues bloc by The Ghoul Goes West, and alt rock off the new album by Jaill. Plus, a seasonally apropos track by Dylan Fox And The Wave entitled Mid July, and bands + info on this weekend’s Gateway Festival in Saskatchewan. That’s your Wednesday start on BTR with DJRePete!
The Thursday Mix for July 9th kicks off with a brand new song from The Mynabirds forth coming album, Lovers Know. It will be available via Saddle Creek on August 7th. You'll also hear new songs by Son Lux, Tough Age, Ancient Warfare and Kissing Cousins. Email me at Lottie@btrtoday.com.
The Thursday show for the very first Thursday in July marks the second half of 2015 Today I'll be playing some of my favorite artists and songs from the first half of the year. You'll hear from Michael Rault, Mikal Cronin, Waxahatchee, Patrick Watson, Unknown Mortal Orchestra and more! You'll also hear new tracks by Son Lux, Calvin Love and Cayucas!
The Thursday mix for the very last Thursday in June starts out with Latin and Spanish language music. I will also premiere a new band to the show, Stoop Kids. They hail from New Orleans, Louisiana and call their music "A love letter between doo-wop and hip-hop". Also, stay tuned for a new single by Deradoorian .
DJ Drew's Sunday Show. I share my birthday with Fathers Day and the 1st day of Summer. Music ties it all together. Happy Sunday!
It’s another fantastic Saturday here on BTR! I start the show off with a new song and an old song, both with similar structures to their titles and themes! From there, we get a bunch of great new stuff, and some old stuff, too, including Latin, hip-hop, and the always unclassifiable dunkelbunt! Plus, don’t forget to follow BTR on Facebook, Twitter, tumblr, Pinterest, Instagram, and SoundCloud.

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