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Starting with the Greenpoint, Brooklyn-based Captured Tracks, this week on the show was begin to take a look at the Omnian Music Group, with brand new music from Naomi Punk, Dinner, and more.
This week we dig into the past couple weeks of brand new releases before taking a little trip up the road to New Paltz, NY to check out some music from the Team Love record label!  
Halfway through 2017, we take a break from the record label features and catch up with some of the past few month’s new releases for this episode of the show.
This week we look at the London-based label, [PIAS] Recordings. An abbreviation for Play It Again Sam, the label blends classic sounds with innovative artists for an eclectic catalog. In the second…
This week we head to California to take a look at the Thee Oh Sees-centric label, Castle Face Records, including a brand new release from Dream Machine. In the second half of the show, we get into new stuff from No Vacation, Land Of Talk, Public Service Broadcasting, and so much more!  
BTRtoday is giving you the chance to experience the music and wonder of the Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival from June 8th to the 11th in Manchester, Tennessee. Starting today, May 18th at 12:00 pm…
This week, BTRtoday music director Miss Lottie stops by to fill in for J, while Bryan offers up a fresh selection of tracks using yet another random selection scheme.
Today on Garbage Garage we have brand new songs from great artists like Tica Douglas, Black Lips, and Horse Jumper of Love.
Andrew Lakoff discusses how our normal sites of trust have been undermined in recent months, the need for gatekeepers of consensus, and optimism for future convergence of scientific, political, and social circumstances.
Overcoats, Real Life Buildings, and Wilding make their debut on the show today.
This week we take a look at Friendship Fever Records, the new label from the people previously behind Park The Van! Once we get acquainted with some of their artists – DEEP STATE, minihorse, Wilding, and the rest, we dive into some more new music from Jay Som, Animal Collective, Sinkane, and more!  

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