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Thee Oh Sees
Some of the best albums from underground artists that the dumb charts decided to ignore.
A full 2 hour long "2" themed show.  It's September 22nd and that means deuces are wild!
So what it's August.  We are still doing the damn thing on Sunday because why the hell not!  It's still hot, its still the weekend and this is still the Dealer's Choice Show.  Double shots and indie tunes for your ear holes.  You're welcome.
New tracks from Versus, What In Your Heart Can Put You In A Trance, Joanna Sternberg and more!
Holiday. Celebrate! It's the 4th of July.
End of the weekend, end of the month......start the tunes!  2 Double Shot blocks and indie tunes new and old.  Hello July!
Brand new tunes from long-time BTR favorites to start the show. Sufjan Stevens, Stef Shura and Dressy Bessy all have new tracks for you to enjoy. Pip Blom is in the mix as well and her new release is our most played album of the week.
Yes, I know I'm very biased, but I really like this mix.  I like the old stuff I picked, I like the new stuff I picked, I like the double shot choices I made.  Overall, 2 thumbs up from me.  What about you?
Charlie Marie is new to BTR and kicking off the show. There are new tunes form Mexico City Blondes, Haybaby, Cate Le Bon and more. Turn it up.
Clinic our of Liverpool formed back in 1997 and have racked up some accolades through the years but none more prestigious than the title they gain today here on the BTR Top 10.
Looks like our favorite comes from '90s U.K. band Clinic this week—check 'em out!
Duh! Good tunes on Sunday.  It's what I do!  Double shots, new indie tunes and a vibe for June that makes me happy.  The sun is shinning, the weather is sweet, makes you wanna move, your dancing feet!
Ryan Pollie's new album is a top pick from DJ Emily this week. He's in the mix. Plus, Shannon Shaw, Mister Heavenly and a BTR Top 10 Remix!
As we finally start to get a taste of summer in NYC we've got a sweet playlist featuring a mix of new releases, tracks from our featured record labels, and cool finds from the music library to get…
The last days of May.....
Dr. Steve Billet returns to discuss Robert Mueller's statement, the potential for impeachment, Trump's inevitable spin and more. Dr. Steve Billet is the Director of the Legislative Affairs Masters and Chief of Staff of the Graduate School of Political Management at the George Washington University.
Dr. Steve Billet returns to discuss Trump's Kim Jong Un comments, his muddled foreign policy and ongoing battle with the House Judiciary Committee. Dr. Steve Billet is the Director of the Legislative Affairs Masters and Chief of Staff of the Graduate School of Political Management at the George Washington University.
Last Sunday in April means new music to change the monthly vibe with.  May means true spring into summer mode, so let's just throw new warm summer vibes at you with double shots a plenty.  You're welcome fam!
Today on The Jaunt I have new track from Middle Kids! The trio out of Sydney Australia is back with a new 6 song EP called New Songs For Old Problems, which will be available on May 24th via Domino.…
Today you'll hear from a band called Mom & The Mailman, an album called Lung Bread for Daddy, and a song called "When The Family Flies In." What do they have in common? They are all bad ass! Plus,…
Music to start spring with, and to kick March to the curb!  Double shots, electronica, indie folk, and more.  March, you don't have to go home but you can't stay here!
In Part 2, David Dickinson discusses the potential impact of his study's findings and expanding the research to explore the effect on disenfranchised populations.
Lottie’s here filling in for J again, and as usual, things get a little wild. Don’t worry, we make plenty of time for the music, too - with new tracks from Pink Mexico, Ten Fé, Nanami Ozone, The…
David Dickinson joins the show to discuss his recent study exploring the effect of insufficient sleep on voting and other prosocial behaviors.
In Part 2, Gavin Jenkins discusses exploring areas with more diverse populations with bigger parks and how his study's findings could impact both municipalities and individuals residing within them.

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