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2014 is almost over!! There’s only just a few days left, and on this week’s show, we’re going to play some of the best new songs from this year! It’s part one of a part two celebration of all the amazing music in 2014. So check out this batch of songs, and then make sure to tune in again next Saturday for the rest!! It’ll be a Saturday treat between Christmas and New Year’s!
Sundays with DJ Drew on BTR
Los Angeles-based artist Aspen Mays uses science as a lens to explore the vexing and unanswerable questions of life: Questions about the the limits of knowledge, the nature of existence and feelings of cosmic loneliness. Many of Aspen's projects are realized with the help of scientists and other experts. She worked with the Adler planetarium in Chicago to send a lawnchair and a digital camera up to the edge of Earth's atmosphere. For another project called Sun Ruins she hung out with astrophysicists at an observatory in Chilie and made work using discarded prints and negatives she found in their abandoned darkroom.
Oh me oh my... I am getting too ld for this s**t! Dig new tunes form Purling Hiss, Twerps, King Tuff, and leave me alone!
Sundays with DJ Drew on BTR
Sundays with DJ Drew on BTR
Sundays with DJ Drew on BTR
White Lung. Wax Idols. Total Control. Austra. The Antlers. Native America. Main Attrakionz. Thee Oh Sees. Sharon Van Etten. Shilpa Ray. And more...
The best of the best on BTR!
It's You & Me Week on BTR! On today’s show, Dr. Michael A. Smith, author of "The Supplement Pyramid", joins us to talk about the growing importance of nutrients supplements, why our soil is part of the reason that our food isn’t giving us what our bodies need, and how we can begin a supplement regimen. And later, BTR DJ Jess Goulart, host of the Scotch and Cinema podcast on BTR, talks to Perry Bard, the brains behind a crowdsourced remake of the classic 1929 documentary, Man With A Camera.
The best of the best on BTR this week!
At the halfway mark of 2014, DJ Wynn runs through his favorite releases of the year. Listen to music from Sylvan Esso, TEEN, Phox, Sharon Van Etten, and Ava Luna.
Hundred Waters. Moldboy. Secret Cities. Sylvan Esso. Balam Acab. Peaking Lights. Leyland Kirby. TEEN. AraabMuzik. And more...
5/29/14-Last Thursday in May, Hey, Hey! Lottie@btrtoday.com
We've all been on Google Earth and used it's satellite view or street view tools to get directions, find our way around a new city or just explore. My guest, artist Jenny Odell, has taken these tools a step further to use them as the subject of her work. Odell scrolls around Google Satellite view collecting images of uniquely man-made structures — like swimming pools, parking lots and landfills — and arranges them on large prints, a way of re-examining the human-built landscape from the very inhuman perspective of a satellite's remote camera.
Let's enjoy this semi-Monday on BTR!
The best of the best on BTR!
We’re feeling lazy. We want things to be easy, not hard. That’s where we’re at with it all this week. But, we don’t want to eat garbage food either. We need to figure something out so that we can maintain our foodie street cred, but not actually have to make much of an effort. Also, Hanabi will in the very near future be reporting from Seattle. We’ve got the west coast and east coast locked down!
It's time for a Beach 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 sand, sea and sunshine. Take it with ye wherever ye are bound!
Sharon Van Etten. Protomartyr. Kronos Quartet. Klauss. Ohbliv. Barn Owl. Wild Yaks. Plaid. Bon Iver. And more...
May 22, 2014. Lottie@btrtoday.com
90-minutes of fun this Tuesday with DJ Emily and lots of stellar artists.
The best of the best on BTR this week!
Today on the show we're starting out with a bang with some international vibes, plus a new trace from Brooklyn's very own The Antlers' new album. And filling out the show with new Woods, new Thee Oh Sees, and new Avey Tare, you pretty much can't go wrong this Saturday. And don't forget to check out BTR on Facebook, Twitter, tumblr, Pinterest, Instagram, and SoundCloud.
May 15, 2014. Thursday Mix. Lottie@btrtoday.com
Enjoy this beautiful Tuesday in May on BTR!
00:00 DJ Emily 00:38 Heavy Lifting - The Trouble With Templeton 03:40 All The Love - Jolie Holland 07:44 Holographic - Young Magic 12:55 Ring The Bell - White Hinterland 17:10 Not For Long - TEEN 21:58 DJ Emily 22:49 Lights Out Club - Ex-Cult 28:03 Waiting - Black Lips 31:35 Moving To The Left - Woods 36:53 Drop - Thee Oh Sees 39:17 DJ Emily 40:06 Logic of Color - Wye Oak 43:03 Finish album art from With Light and With Love Woods LIVE!!! 5/9 at Great Hall in Toronto, ON 5/10 at Cabaret Playhouse in Montreal, QC 5/11 at Higher Ground in Burlington, VT 5/13 at Space Gallery in Portland, ME 5/14 at Sinclair in Boston, MA 5/15 at BSP Kingston in Kingston, NY 5/16 at Bowery Ballroom in New York, NY 8/1 at Pickathon in Portland, OR 8/5 at Woodsist Fest in Big Sur, CA 8/8 at Outside Lands in San Francisco, CA official album art from Baby White Hinterland LIVE!!! May 12 - Brudenell Social Club - Leeds, UK Album art from Drop Thee Oh Sees LIVE!!! May 17 at The Palms in Wonder Valley, CA May 28 at The Church on York in Los Angeles, CA Jun 1 at Bottlerock Fest in Napa, CA Jun 14 at Northside Festival in Brooklyn, NY Jul 5 at Burger Boogaloo in Oakland, CA
This week's mix features sultry downtempo from Movement, catcalls turned into beauty by Sylvan Esso, and crazy eyes from Mount Sharp.
Sunday's with DJ Drew on BTR
Holy smokes! We have a hot hot hot guest on BTR Live Studio this week, and we're starting off the show with one of our favorite Brooklyn rockers in honor, Shilpa Ray. Plus, new tracks from Jolie Holland, Young Magic, and brand new band, Mount Sharp. And, of course, don't forget to follow BTR on Facebook, Twitter, tumblr, Pinterest, Instagram, and Soundcloud!
People are always asking me, 'DJ Patrick K, can you take me higher?' Well, today, I'm finally gonna reveal the answer! (Hint: It's 'Yes.')
Main Attrakionz. Tonstarttsbandht. Malachai. Rustie. Movement. Thee Oh Sees. Sufjan Stevens. Jesse Futerman. Jel. Deerhunter. And more...
May 8, 2014. Lottie@btrtoday.com
This week, The Hash covers relationship labels, speed dating, and modern rules of friendship.
Today on The Music Digest, Patrick K and Lehtola discuss new releases from Thee Oh Sees, Protomartyr, The Fresh & Onlys, Woods, and Nat Baldwin... PLUS an old tune from NZ's favorite son Pumice! It's an exciting episode. You're not gonna wanna miss it!
On today's show we have a ton of new music, ranging from electronic to folk to rock and roll. I'm most excited for new tracks from Woods, Thee Oh Sees, and The Fresh & Onlys. Don't forget to check out BTR on social media, too! We've got a ton of great content on there for you, in addition to all of the music on today's show!
A year after the Rana Plaza factory collapse in Bangladesh, how much change have we seen within the industry? For this week’s Connection theme on Sew & Tell, I speak with Juliette Donatelli, founder and editor of the sustainability-focused website spades + siLK, about the intimate connections between our choices as consumers and the impact of the fashion industry on environment and economy. Juliette’s background and education are in environmental science, and it was through that work that she discovered a passion for championing sustainability within fashion. On today’s show, you’ll hear from Juliette about the mission and meaning behind spades + siLK, why she loves organic cotton, the significance of last week’s Fashion Revolution Day and its connection to the Rana Plaza tragedy, her take on the concept of “ethical fast fashion,” a few of her favorite brands, labels, shops, and beauty products, and more! Plus, I’ve got a playlist full of great new material from established favorites San Fran bands Thee Oh Sees and The Fresh & Onlys, as well as up-and-coming artists Coldair, Fear of Men, and more. So join us on BTR as we examine the essential connection between our money and our values.
If Saturday or Sunday is the day of rest, then FRIDAY is the day to ROCK!
Woods. Ricky Eat Acid. Jesse Futerman. Thee Oh Sees. Yuppies. Radicalfashion. Mark E. Destruction Unit. Weed. And more...
Today In The Den I talk about and play music from Fresh and Onlys, Woods, Thee Oh Sees, Sufjan Stevens and Mark E
Jealous bandmates, the guy at the bar, and your childhood neighborhood affecting your music listening habits. All of these topics will be discussed on Monday's Mix with DJ Wynn and you can also hear new music from Avey Tare's Slasher Flicks, Blood Orange, Sylvan Esso, and Chuck E. Weiss.
Another fabulous Tuesday mix with DJ Emily on BTR!
DJ Wynn tells tales from one of his best weeks in live music. Ava Luna had an album release party at Silent Barn, and Nils Frahm played an unforgettable set at Glasslands. Also in the mix are tracks from Angel Olsen, Dry Heeves, and Thee Oh Sees.
March 27, 2014. Lottie@btrtoday.com
Enjoy a 90-minute set of tunes alongside DJ Emily.
Mind Spiders. Warm Soda. Marissa Nadler. Matthew E. White. Silkworm. Lights. The Mantles. ASPE. And so much more...
February 27, 2014. Lottie@btrtoday.com
Let's listen to some of the best music on BTR, shall we?
Ava Luna. El Sportivo. Dead Moon. Joey Badass. Dead Mellotron. Banned Books. Open Mike Eagle. TV Ghost. Jessica Pratt. King Khan. And more...
Lots of fantastic new tunes on today's 90-minute mix with DJ Emily!
It's time for Mardi Gras 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 green beads, purple beads and excess. Take it with ye wherever ye are bound!
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This week's show features a special guest, in the form of Andy Anastasia. Not heard of him? Well, listen out for clues as to his REAL identity.. We also have another little bout of live music from The Oh Sees, Album Of The Month by The Ritchie White Orchestra, and also the bizarre rantings of Andy Kaufman. We's 100% raring to go! Am you? Hey, Whaddaya Say? Let's Radio!
90 minutes of fun on BTR!
Widowspeak. Ty Segall. Magik Markers. Drink Up Buttercup. Mr. Scruff. Weed. Julian Lynch. Zula. And more...
January 23, 2014. Lottie@btrtoday.com
DJ Wynn shares thoughts on the film, "Her," and plays a track from the soundtrack by Arcade Fire. Also in the mix are new tunes from Damien Jurado, Kevin Morby, Blood Orange, and Sharon Jones & The Dap Kings.
Full Moon. January 16, 2014. Lottie@btrtoday.com
Ready, Set... Tuesday mix on BTR!
Sunday's with DJ Drew on BTR
We're back, and stronger than EVER in 2014... You better believe it, it's the ROCK SHOW and it's ONLY on BTRtoday!!
Future Punx. Knxwledge. Destroyer. Magik Markers. Viet Cong. Burial. Junip. Blood Orange. Kool A.D. Flying Lotus. And more...
January 9, 2014. Lottie@btrtoday.com
Enjoy 90-minutes of tunes alongside DJ Emily this Tuesday on BTR!
The best of the best on BTR this week!
DJ Wynn walks outside of his Queens apartment after the NE snowstorm and talks about new year's resolutions and social interactions that come about from having a dog. Today's soundtrack includes Nils Frahm, Har Mar Superstar, Thee Oh Sees, Childish Gambino, and Rubblebucket.
This week, it's our the third-and-final week of our world-famous "end of the year" "best of 2013" countdown show! I'm so excited that I can hardly stand it!!
Zula. Viet Cong. Radicalfashion. Yuppies. Shannon and the Clams. Criminal Hygiene. KILN. Jamaican Queens. Leapling. And more...
Today is a momentus day. Iain has invented time travel, and has used this tremendous power to take us back TWO WEEKS! AMAZING HEY?!?! It has had the added bonus of meaning that Iain and Jason can NOT do all the embarassing things that they ended up doing at the Planet Beet New Years Eve Party.. So, that's a very good thing.. Oh, and of course we have Album Of The Month from The Oh Sees, plus our Classic Album, from Stereolab. We's 100% raring to go! Am you? Hey, Whaddaya Say? Let's Radio!

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