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We talk about our favorite entertainment stories from 2016, reflect on our favorite films of the year, and feature an interview with cinematographer Manuel Alberto Claro.
A New Year’s playlist that celebrates all the best songs from BTR of 2016! Turn it on for a party, or keep yourself company with the best of the best!
We talk about our New Year's resolutions and feature some Third Eye highlights from the vaults, including an interview with esteemed writer Isabel Allende!
DJRePete closes out 2016 in the Listening Booth a Best In Mix (part 2) spinning R&B-rock fusion w/Xenia Rubinos + remembering Sharon Jones..
Exploring the “best of Jam Session in 2016. It was a year of rad interviews with artists like Lettuce, DJ Logic, and Lotus, killer new music, and epic festival experiences.
We talk Lady Gaga's PTSD, Becca's relaxation hour, and review the holiday lovefest "Love Actually."
For today’s podcast we’ll connect with Peter Ross Range, who is a world-traveled writer who has covered war, politics and international affairs.
We talk about the new Jurassic Park, confessions from weed dispensary owners, and review the holiday classic "Elf."
For today’s podcast we’ll connect with Christian Almiron. He’s performed and recorded all over the world with artists such as Lupe Fiasco, Shakira, Nelly Furtado, Ja Rule, Fifth Harmony and many more.
We review the season finale of "Westworld!" YAY!!!
For today’s podcast we’ll talk with Steve Katz, a guitarist and producer whose career is long and prolific, but perhaps best known as one of the founding members of Blood Sweat and Tears and an original member of the Blues Project.
We talk about Kim Kardashian, drunk driving VR simulation, and review the Hitchcock classic "Rebecca."
For today’s podcast we’ll talk with Martin Bisi. He's been a musician and record producer since the 80s, and has realized albums from artists including Sonic Youth, Jon Zorn, and Swans, among many many others.
Laura celebrates her 30th birthday with jam bands and songs she adores that helped to shape her love for the genre, giving us Jam Session.
This week we continue our review of the new HBO hit series "Westworld!"
For today’s podcast we’ll talk with 3D artist Fernando Sosa, who turned Donald Trump into a butt plug.
We talk about why Tarantino is a dick, discover the missing link between Bowie and Kanye, ruminate on getting pets high, and review the harrowing film "The Machinist."
For Mean week we talk about the meanest things that people have ever said or done to us and interview Mark Hamilton about how birth dates might correspond to fame.
Today's trip features music from Miranda Nicole, Susanne Alt & Kings Of Tomorrow
Wilco, Jerk, Bon Iver and a huge double shot round off DJ Drew's Dealer's Choice from this Sunday, and can be heard only on BTR
We talk about China and Hollywood uniting, how to do the limbo, and review the second episode of Westworld.
For Irony Week we talk about the true meaning of irony and interview stand up comedian Defne Gencler to learn more about the tribulations and truths of the craft.
Welcoming Ben Sollee to the Jam Session family with his new single, “Cajun Navy,” as well as former BuzzUniverse bassist Greg McLoughlin’s new project Dark Cedar.
End the election now! DJ Drew welcomes the end of this circus with some early November tunes on his Dealer's Choice show, only on BTR
DJ Patrick K and Matt have moved on and we wish them well. We were fans of the podcast they did and hope to do our version in our own way while aiming to match the quality of what they did before us. We are Bryan B and JLM -- we've known each other for many years, have played in about a band and a half together, and have worked together at BTR for the last few years. So, settle in and see what you think of us seeing what we think of some new(ish) music as we listen to it for the first time -- or at least close to it.
We riff on Taylor Swift having no friends, the Roman Catholic Church hating on weed, and review the first episode of Westworld.
For today’s podcast we’ll talk with Brent Schrotenboer. He covers a wide range of topics for USA Today Sports, from games and personalities to investigations.
DJRePete debuts jazzy Dahlia Dumont & beccs + an escapist spin on the US elections today with a politics inspired alternative throwback set!
A 60-minute jammy Halloween dance party featuring Dangermuffin, Umphrey’s McGee, DJ Logic and more. Also, Lettuce and Lotus remind us to go vote on November 8th!
We riff on Miley Cyrus and Bill Murray, how Ice Cube is about to remake Oliver Twist, and review the twisty-turny thriller "The Girl on the Train."
Music from Voodoo Fest in New Orleans featuring Bear Hands, Chairlift, and Little Scream, plus more for your Halloween musical enjoyment!
For today’s podcast we’ll talk with Tino Struckmann, formerly known as "Bodyguard-to-the-Stars."
Special 3-track spotlight on “Psychmonde,” the new album from Mexico City-based trio A Love Electric, featuring John Medeski (Medeski Martin & Wood) on B3 organ.
We talk about Paris Hilton, good and evil, the last Presidential debate, and review the haunting doc "The Act of Killing."
Well, the day is finally here... BTRtoday is FINALLY available for ANDROID! So if you've got an Android-style phone, be sure to get the app and take BTRtoday with you everywhere you go! The best part, you ask? Well, it's completely FREE! You couldn't beat that deal, even if you tried. Now get ready to ROCK!      
For today’s podcast we’ll talk with Ben Logan, marketing coordinator for KeyARt, which just launched in New York.
Sprinkled throughout today’s episode are four tracks from the new Tycho album, Epoch, which is out now.
We talk about Selena Gomez getting help, finding weed in your Wendy's fries, the #kenbonezone, and review the 90s flick "Can't Hardly Wait."
Today on the show we’re celebrating the full moon tonight with moon songs from The Albertas, Animal Collective, and more…
For today’s podcast we’ll connect with Tina Muir. She is an elite, Saucony sponsored runner who achieved her dreams by representing her country in a major World Championship.
Marco Benevento announces his first tour of 2017, our beloved Charles Bradley cancels his upcoming tour after being diagnosed with cancer, and Les Claypool makes plans for his 25th New Years Eve in the Bay Area.
We talk about Kid Kudi going to rehab, a live action Mulan, feature our potlitical correspondent Joe Virgillito to talk about the VP debate, and review the classic "Fear and Loathing."
For today’s podcast we’ll talk bluntly with Scott Chipman. He's the founder of Citizens Against Legalizing Marijuana (CALM).
We listen to Becca do pop-star imitations, talk about how the Lion King fucking rules, and review the stoner throwback classic "Dude Where's My Car?"
It's self week here at BTR, and for today’s podcast we’ll talk with Houman Bidarmaghz, the owner of Phoenix Martial Arts and a 5th degree taekwondo black belt.
We talk about the Brad and Angelina divorce, riff on Hillary Clinton's appearance on Between Two Ferns, and review the classic "Grease" in honor of the last days of summer.
For today’s podcast we’re going to be talking with Michaelbrent Collings. He's an internationally-bestselling novelist, multiple Bram Stoker Award nominee, produced screenwriter, and one of the top indie horror writers in the United States.
Lockn’ announces the fifth installment of the festival and this year’s headliners Umphrey’s McGee kick things off on Jam Session. Plus, back from Deep Roots Mountain Revival, Leftover Salmon and Cornmeal have news of more touring.
We talk about arranged marriages, cannibalism, watching "The Exorcist" for the first time, pairing wine and weed, and review the kinda shitty "Jason Bourne."
We talk with Mercedes Yvette, finalist on America's Next Top Model, and talk about the strangest things that have ever happened to us.
We talk about Ann Coulter being ignorant, penis faced piglets, and review the haunting documentary "Holy Hell."
Today’s podcast is about light, and we’re going to shed some light on the changing state of the recording industry.
Today we honor Gene Wilder's passing with a reminiscence on the classic "Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory."
Today’s podcast is about nostalgia, so we'll be talking with Dr. Mauricio Delgado, an associate professor of psychology at Rutgers, about the the neurological implications of nostalgia.
We talk about the myths and science behind GMOs and share an interview with a journalist who spent time living in a war zone.
We take on the burgeoning sugar industry in the United States and talk to a New York Times fitness columnist about how to battle being an "active couch potato."
A funky beginning to Jam Session, with tracks from the new Lettuce and Motet albums. Catch The Motet this weekend at the annual Camp Barefoot festival.
We talk about Olympic sex, how many American adults actually smoke weed, and review the new Disney animated film "The Jungle Book."
Glitch happy IDM weirdness featuring new tunes from Tycho, Crypto Tropic, Logan Takahashi and much more. Embrace the strange and enjoy the electronic moments.
We talk about how to say cool shit in Yiddish, smoking in films, why pot is weird for your dreams, and review the awesome new horror flick "The Witch."
We talk about Taylor Swift and Calvin Harris, a Pokemon Go! movie, how synthetic marijuana might cause the zombie apocalypse, and review the new political doc "Weiner."
We talk about misogyny in Hollywood, legalization developments in California, and review the new sic-fi thriller "Midnight Special."
We’ll chat with a viticulture extraordinaire on the delicate task of building vineyards with a mission for greater environmental awareness and a filmmaker who's developed a manual for maintaining life on the open road.
This week we talk about Teen USA dropping their swim suit contest, legalized marijuana developments in California, and review the Season 6 finale of "Game of Thrones."
We talk about Jim Carrey making a horror movie, weed legalization in Massachusetts, and review the terrible new romantic comedy "How To Be Single."
BTRToday opens up your Wednesday with a new edition of the Listening Booth featuring upbeat alt from Dressy Bessy and Death by Unga Bunga, electronica by Teen and the High Highs, and folk alt via Villagers and Cian Nugent. And don’t miss the trippy fusion of Bibio and Tycho in a remix that’s sure to please. DJRePete is also getting you ready for Glastonbury in the UK by playing bands hitting the stage this weekend. And for good measure, hit up a track by Talisco as they kick-off the first of ten festivals they’ll be playing this summer! That’s your weekly dose of the Listening Booth with DJRePete on BTRToday!
We talk about Chinese cinema taking over America, a new Pokemon that looks like Donald Trump, and review the Charlie Kauffman animated oddity "Anomalisa."
This weekend marks the 15th annual Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival in Manchester, TN! To celebrate, today’s episode features present and past headlining artists including Lettuce, moe. and The Slip. Follow me on Instagram and Periscope where I’m @hellolauragoldfarb for behind the scenes footage at Bonnaroo!
Greetings to you all. Glad you made it back for this week's trip. Today it's about positive vibes and progression. Starting your week or ending your weekend I have some music for you today. Follow us @btrtoday. Peace.
Happy Sunday to everyone! Today we vibe out to some eclectic grooves on this wonderful weekend. We have tracks by Lovebirds, Com Truise & Tycho. Be sure to download the new BTR Today app located on the App Store. Enjoy!!
We’ve got a mix of folk, bluegrass, Americana, electronic, rock and reggae on today’s episode. News of the annual Suwannee Hulaween with The String Cheese Incident, plus Lotus and Tycho at Red Rocks!
Welcome back party people! I put together a dope mix for you all today. Today's show features tracks from Lord RAJA, Hugo LX & Moiré. Don't be selfish share this with your people. Enjoy!
This week’s edition of The Listening Booth with DJRePete kicks up with alt from Miwi LaLupa, trippy goodness with Bibio, and a dreamy set to get lost in with Black Mountain. Plus, in this week’s spotlight, check out a bevy of throwback electro crossover tracks including Tycho, Kiln, and Sharon Van Etten. And don’t miss info on the Hangout Festival with appearance by BTRtoday band Florence and the Machine. And experience some music discovery in the Listening Booth with Save the Clock Tower and a block by the Summer Twins. That’s your midweek mix with DJRePete on BTRtoday!
Welcome back guys! So today in honor of the unique meteorlogical event going on outside my window right now I decided to drop an all Rainy Day addition of the show... It's been at least a year, or maybe two, since we've done one of these and the middle of April just seems like the perfect time! So get in a comfy spot, clear out the next hour and just fade away into oblivion. this is the (rainy) glitch/idm show :) '.'..''''.'.''.'ed'."''.'."'.'".
Welcome to the second ever Garbage Garage! It may still be Saturday, but it’s no longer the Saturday Show. It’s the Garbage Garage now, and every show we’ll be playing you an extra half hour of carefully curated music. This week’s theme is San Francisco garage rock. I was thinking of one of my favorites, Ty Segal, when I thought of this theme, and then of course there were so many great Bay Area bands that I didn’t have a chance to fit him in! All the better to hear tracks from the likes of Coachwhips, Bronze, and Sic Alps.
DJRePete’s got your midweek soundtrack with brand new alternative from Bleached and Masha Qrella, electro trippy-ness from The Range and Beacon, and R&B throwbacks from Honey Larochelle and Meklit Hadero. You’ll also hear from Tycho and Lettuce, two acts playing this weekend’s Euphoria Fest in Austin. And in his inaugural weekly music spotlight, DJRePete harkens back to his Blues Hour days with a mix of funk from Mavis Staples, alt blues with M. Ward, and rock blues from Hill Country Revue. Check in with the new expanded edition of DJRePete on this BTRtoday Wednesday!
We’ve got a 3-track spotlight on the debut album from Daemon Chili on today’s show! Plus, touring news from Widespread Panic and LCD Soundsystem.
We're back! I would like to thank all that took the time to download our new app located on the iOS app store. Today's ride is with Kaytronik, Detroit Swindle & Louie Vega. Today's feature track is by Blind Colors David Morales Classic Mix. Follow our new Instagram account @btrtoday.
DJRePete opens up your Wednesday on BTRToday with alt rock via Norway band Death By Unga Bunga ahead of their NYC show later this month. Plus, hit up blues from Benji Hughes, more beats from the album by Lushlife + CSLSX, and dreamy electronica with Tycho. Also, hit up info on the upcoming Treefort and Little Waves 2016 music festivals. And DJRePete revisits some alternative tracks with throwbacks by Calexico, Lia Ices, and Rachel Goodrich. That’s your midweek start on BTR Today with DJRePete!
New music this week from Daemon Chili, Roots of Creation and more. Plus, 3 track spotlight on the new album from Craig Greenberg.
Happy Sunday to all! I would like to thank all that took the time to download our new app located on the iOS app store. Today's trip includes music by Choir Of Young Believers, Beacon & Mad Rey. We're on a cool vibe today so enjoy the ride. Follow our new Instagram account @btrtoday.
Back On The Avenue with new music Thursdays. Today it's all about the music with new music from Kyah Baby, Lyric Jones, Yuna & Kritkal! Check out what I feel you should be listening only today! Don't forget to download the new BTR Today app located on the iOS App Store!
Happy Sunday to all! I would like to thank all that took the time to download our new app located on the iOS app store. Today's trip includes music by Choir Of Young Believers, Beacon & Mad Rey. We're on a cool vibe today so enjoy the ride. Follow our new Instagram account @btrtoday.
Dance party done Jam Session style on today’s episode! Featuring remixes from Tycho and Umphrey’s McGee, plus live electronic tracks from Lotus and more.
Sunday Show with DJ Drew on BTRToday with music from Mothertapes, Benji Hughes and Aidan Knight
The Thursday Show for February 4, 2016 brings you a reworked version of a classic album by John Cale, one of the founding members of The Velvet Underground. Here is some more info from the label, Domino Records: In 1982 John Cale released his solo album Music For a New Society. Now, M:FANS- a rework of that album is a fully remastered version of the original album with and additional three unreleased bonus tracks. During the making of M:FANS, Cale found himself loathing each and every character written about in the original recording sessions but unearthing those tapes reopened those wounds. It was time to decimate the despair from 1981, breathe new energy and re-write the story.
DJRePete at the controls to start your Wednesday with some high energy rock from the Freshkills to start your day. Plus, blues with War & Pierce, electronica with Flight Facilities, and light alt throwbacks from the likes of Zoe Boekbinder. Dream your way out of colder weather with Cass McCombs and info on where you might join him at a festival vacation: Barcelona where the Primavera Sound festival is going on in June. And hit up a great, new lofi mashup featuring Bibio and Tycho. That’s your Wednesday start on BTR!
It's time for Mardi Gras on BTR Today's Roadside Assistance, presented by United Airlines! Listen as 8 different BTR Today DJs present 8 different interpretations on what kind of soundtrack goes best the fattest of Tuesdays!
Special 3-track spotlight on new Tycho remix album! Plus, new band news from Steve Kimock and son John Kimock, K I M O C K.
Finishing off January with tunes from Dressy Bessy, Prince Rama, Mike Sempert and more on DJ Drew's Sunday Show on BTRToday.com
There’s a spot in town where you’ll recently find Hanabi whiling the hours and drinking fancy cocktails, and eating octopus bits, it’s called ABV. They do octopus right, served with potatoes covered in smoked paprika and a squid ink romesco sauce. Top it off with a libation made with mescal and pickle juice and you have Hanabi’s attention. Hanabi also drops a little shout out to a pepper that is not only inexpensive, but delicious and getting easier to find. The shishito peeper or it’s Euro-cousin the pardon are amazing little peppers that are full of flavor and easy to prepare.
These are the days, my friend... These are the party DAYS!

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