BTR Eatopia

Premiere DateJan 25, 2015
Categories Media Music
00:00 Intro
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04:04 We've Come So Far A Place to Bury Strangers
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08:55 Trees Of Barcelona Superchunk
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11:52 Bury Our Friends Feat. Miranda July Sleater Kinney
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15:05 Break
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25:36 Bored In The USA Father John Misty
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29:46 Shoot Em Up baby Andy Kim
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34:39 Vessel Dan Mangan and Blacksmith
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37:37 Break
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45:04 Recognition THEESatisfaction
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47:31 Forerunner Foray Sahbazz Palaces
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51:14 HOTFOOT Doldrums
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54:44 Outro
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59:50 Finish
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Eatopia
DJ Hanabi
UGH Millennials Eating Edition!

Millennials are a curious thing. Even though 2/3 of DJ Hanabi are of that ilk, it’s still fun to point out their silly ways. We actually don’t go too deeply into the topic of these 21st century babes in the woods. But, we do chide them a little. Hey, lampooning is fun! You’ll hear all about in our review of one of San Francisco’s most trendy, yet awesome and spot on coffee houses, The Mill, located in the Western Addition/ NOPA (if you’re fancy) neighborhood on up and coming Divisadero St. They serve fancy toast and Hanabi is smitten! Hanabi also gives you some pro tips on how to do some perfect deep-frying, Japanese style. Note to Hanabi: Get that candy thermometer! And of course we check in with Insane Dane to discuss some Dish + Drink topics


The Music Scene: A Place To Bury Stangers,


Dan Mangan and Blacksmith,


and Doldrums!

Host Hanabi
Hanabi is a man of two faces, in two places. He's originally from Minneapolis MN. But a wayfarer's spirit and his parents had him seeking solace in the sunnier climes of California. Hanabi currently resides in…

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