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Rebel, seeker, traveler, observer, vagabond, writer. Jim Christy has been called all these things and more. Inspired at age twelve after reading Jack Kerouac’s On The Road one summer while running wild in the streets of a tough Philadelphia neighborhood, Christy began his life-long habit of following the wind.
Ian Swanson is a New York based artist whose monochromatic paintings embody a sense of reticent nihilism and sentimentality. Ian’s work was featured in solo and two-person exhibitions at Ashes/Ashes (New York & Los Angeles), MX Gallery (New York), Jack Barrett Gallery (New York), David Shelton Gallery (Houston, TX), Hot Wheels (Athens, GR), Simone DeSousa Gallery (Detroit, MI), among others. A Detroit native, Swanson organized exhibitions at Debt Collective (2007-2008) prior to founding ORG (2008-2010). After moving to New York City, he co-founded and directed hotelart.us from 2013-2014; and sex objex (2013-2015), a multi-disciplinary, aural/visual extension of his curatorial efforts and commitment to DIY community ethos. All images courtesy of the artist     
Joe Virgillito is here to discuss the Democratic primaries and COVID-19. Also, we discuss new movie, Lost Girls.’ Plus a preview of Activity’s upcoming BTR Live Studio session.
They keep things cinematic and dark, but light and fun—hear all about The Buttertones.
Today's show features music from Thorough, MusicByMercy & Chief Tony, Roc Marciano and more.
We doubt the theme of this month’s show has anything to do with what’s going on in the world but we don’t doubt that, at some point, we’ve all been sick. Let’s just hope it’s not right now. Join us in revisiting past maladies from a chopped off finger to a completely made-up little boy who has cancer! It’s all funny, we promise.
Check out the album release show by Stephanie Urquhart Quartet (featuring Mallory Chipman), recorded live at The Yardbird Suite in Canada.
Edmonton, Alberta - based artists are featured on the March edition of Spotlight on the City.
Jen Starsinic opens (and closes) today's mix with music from her new release, Bad Actor. Plus, new music from Rookie, Aaron Beckum and Christopher Paul Stelling.
Wooo! Got a dope hype reggaeton show for you to groove to. You got cabin fever? This should free your mind for a while. We got some all-stars on this playlist. Nothing wrong with staying home and partying in your house. Some things we just have to do to keep the future bright. I have no problem staying home. I think it's a great idea. Anyway, stay safe, hit the play button and let's rock!!!
Ahhh man. These are some crazy times right now. R.I.P. to all people, all over the world, dying from this deadly virus. The numbers you see on the news, it's just sad. With knowledge and some unity we can beat this. It's going to take a while. The days seem to go so slow now. They say stay home if you can, please stay home. This is a world battle no matter where it came from. In the meantime, I have some good music to take our mind off this crisis. Music from around the world. Please do what you can with what you got. Let's rock to some joints…Enjoy…
Today features music from Kool Taj The Great, Consequence,Writers Guild and more.
Today features tracks from The Vision, HiFi Sean, Thierry Tomas and more.
This week Tru-Skool’s production with new comer Princ3 latest maintains his signature hip-hop bhangra style, plus new track from Riz Ahmed, Ayes Cold, Monica Dogra, Melika in the Beyond segment.
An insane amount of new music came out in the past couple of weeks, and we're featuring a ton of it today; MLTPLX, The Fear Ratio, Vladislav Delay and way more! So let's go, this is the glitch//idm show!!!
Electronica via Futuristic Polar Bears, David Puentez! Cool down from your extended workout w/ CMC$, Svea, Martin Garrix, Clinton Kane!
Super Bowl betting data with American Gaming Association’s Dave Forman. Charles Hinshaw & J. McVay on new movie ‘Beanpole.’ Plus a preview of The Makeout Club’s upcoming BTR Live Studio session.
Sarah Peacock drops her latest release "Burn the Witch" today and we've got tracks from it to start and end the show today. Plus here some Anna Calvi, Lanterns on the Lake, Cuesta Loeb and more.
Brand new music from CATS plus some Pigeon Town, live Skerik, SPAGA, JM and MMB.
Linus presents music from several projects on today’s Jazz Hole: Leala Cyr, John Stein, Huet/Fournier/Kuhl, David Cruz’s Creators Society.
Drummer, percussionist & composer Rodrigo Bonelli talks about his new Brasil Trio +1 album, “Brooklyn Sessions”, with Linus on The Jazz Hole
Crank up your speakers & enjoy wicked new riddims by I Quu, Eyesus, 808 Skoop, Savage, Lisa Hyper, Gold Gad, Oska, Doza Medicine, Razor B!
‘Milambi’ marks Angelique Kidjo’s maiden venture into electronic music with Pablo Nouvelle. Enjoy the archival African field recordings!
Welcome to our new reality. On today's episode, I'm in conversation with my friend, colleague, and former bandmate Bryan Bruchman, wondering when we'll ever see each other again.
Enjoy today's music escape with some of the best new releases out there. Remember to support all your favorite artists during this time and maybe buy an album from one of the artists in the mix today. Mapache take the one spot this week with their new album 'From Liberty Street.'
Trying times require the perfect balance of tunes to calm the nerves.  Let's all take a second to breathe and be grateful this Sunday.  Double shots and more.  Dig It!
It's just Bryan solo this week as we check out new music from Scot Orr, Ilithios, Ultraista, Westerman, Secret Shame, Deeper, Ghost Funk Orchestra's Notes From Quarantine, We Versus The Shark, Mise En Scene, DAD, Girlpool, Jeff Beam, Peel Dream Magazine, Solilians, Skyjelly, and Oh Land.
Out of the cabin fever & into The Listening Booth w/a pre-release listen to the new Born Ruffians record + intel on where to stream new UMO!
For part 1 of our two-part episode featuring Bergamo, Italy-based label Wild Honey Records, we speak with owner Franz Barcella about the label, some of their releases, and the current state of the music industry and world with the COVID-19 Pandemic.
New music from Cable Ties, Born Ruffians, Fine China and more!