Week of 03/18/17

Premiere DateMar 18, 2017
Categories Indie Music
00:00 DJ Madalyn
00:59 Boredom (Live) Buzzcocks
04:01 No One Stands Me Reatards
06:26 That’s Your Call Gauntlet Hair
10:09 Empty Head Blank Square
13:16 DJ Madalyn
13:32 Sex Jazz Mika Miko
16:33 Cool Jumper Wavves
22:24 Glitter No Age
26:12 Shadow of Your Love La Sera
29:20 DJ Madalyn
29:32 Sun Hands Local Natives
34:17 Up All Night Best Coast
38:20 Happy Song Sun Araw, M. Geddes Gengras, The Congos
45:08 DJ Madalyn
45:33 Burden You Pity Sex
49:15 New Jacket Literature
52:33 Higher Than The Stars The Pains of Being Pure at Heart
56:18 Ghost Mouth Girls
59:23 DJ Madalyn
59:50 nO drOOl Nnamdi Ogbannaya
63:27 Velvet Slide ft. J.O. Stoop Kids
66:40 Tangu i Fueni Staff Benda Bilili
72:01 Sticky Drama Oneohtrix Point Never
76:15 DJ Madalyn
76:47 Mt. Moriah (BTR Live Studio, 2017) Auditorium
79:40 The Chant (Iquo Isang) Ibibio Sound Machine
84:07 Baybee Jay Som
87:49 Madeline Mr. Elevator and the Brain Hotel
92:14 DJ Madalyn
92:32 Galaxies Jenn Grant
96:19 Sugar Factory Sarah Bethe Nelson
103:19 Baby Save Me (BTR Live Studio, 2017) The Vaughns
107:47 The Drive Sean Rowe
11:50 Let Me Fall in Love Marketa Irglova
117:13 DJ Madalyn
118:13 The Hand Summer Cannibals
121:32 Finish

This week, I’m out in sunny Los Angeles, so we’re playing some of my favorite LA bands: No Age, Mika Miko, and of course, Best Coast (though I have to admit- I still think the East Coast is the best coast.  Seasons, right!?!?).  We’ve also got a ton of great new music on the show, including the very strange and exciting multi-instrumentalist Nnamdi Ogbannaya from Chicago.  Plus, we even do a set of 2000s second-wave shoe gaze with the likes of The Pains of Being Pure at Heart.  Stay tuned!

Sarah Bethe Nelson - Oh, Evolution

Sarah Bethe Nelson

Mr. Elevator & The Brain Hotel - When The Morning Greets You

Jay Som - Everybody Works

Jay Som

HOST Madalyn
Madalyn has been a DJ at BTR since 2008. Before that, she was a DJ at Swarthmore College's WSRN and Morristown High School's WJSV. She currently produces The Saturday Show and God Bless Weirdmerica, a show about…

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