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This week, we take a bite out of the Brooklyn-based label King Pizza Records with the operation’s Big Cheese, Greg Hanson. He stopped by to chat about the music, pizza, action figures, the Wilhelm…
The Listening Booth is cookin’ up a holiday potluck w/folk, alt rock, & punk incl the well-traveled DZ Deathrays + a superstar Kiwi cameo
DJRePete is spinning INHEAVEN, the Fresh & Onlys, and Lovely Bad Things + Sat night dance tracks w/Little Boots, CHVRCHES, and Cut Copy!
The Jaguar Club has been a part of the New York music scene off and on for a number of years, but the project is coming to an end and they’re going out on an accomplished note — with a new EP and a farewell show. We get into that, as well as some highlights from the recent Northside Festival and a preview of King Pizza Records’ Pizzafest 4.
Hit the Listening Booth to check in w/The Head and the Heart and their RSD record + electro dance w/Cut Copy & new fem punk w/The Rizzos!
A riveting medical mystery about a young woman’s quest to uncover the truth about her likely fatal genetic disorder that opens a window onto the exploding field of genomic medicine.
We’ve got a lot of music in this episode… We’ll hear tunes by She Keeps Bees and New Myths, who are playing a benefit show for Planned Parenthood, as well as a song by Dumb Wolves, who are playing Thursdays For The Cause, in support of Our Revolution, at Our Wicked Lady. After that, it’s another group of songs from the King Pizza Records universe, with tracks by The Rizzos and a new one by The Mad Doctors. Then we have great stuff from Allah-Las, Sneaks, Office Culture, Cloud Becomes Your Hand, Fred Thomas, Mount Sharp, and Pavo Pavo.
Mid March Madness!!!!! DJ Drew brings it on his Dealer’s Choice show only on BTR
Great bands playing in New York on their way to SXSW are showcased this week including Agnes Obel and Strand of Oaks!
During the second half of our conversation, Jeffrey Sachs discusses his recent opinion piece for the Boston Globe, concerns surrounding Donald Trump, and his faith in millennials.
This episode covers February 9 through February 23, 2017 and features an interview with Carl Creighton. Carl’s band, Howth, released an album called Trashy Milky Nothing Town (it’s about ninja turtles) in 2015 and will be performing the album in full to accompany a full album-length music video he recently produced, that features many familiar faces from the local music scene. We also discuss politics, Howth’s next album (about the man behind the Heimlich Maneuver), and more. Also in the episode is music by Black Marble, Old Monk, The Rizzos, Katie Von Schleicher, and Grim Streaker, as well as a new focus on benefit shows — including Thursdays For The Cause at Our Wicked Lady.

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