This week on the Listening Booth hit up some electronica via the new album by Ladyhawke, lofi alternative from newcomer Whitney, and a folk bloc by the collaboration of case/lang/veirs. Plus, inspired by the recent BTRToday birthday celebration, DJRePete dives deep into the archives for a throwback alt rock set for you to discover or rediscover. And he spans the globe to highlight five festivals going down this weekend, including this Pitchfork Music Festival in Chicago and both the Latitude Festival in the UK and the Longitude Festival in Ireland. That’s your weekly dose in the Listening Booth on your BTRToday Wednesday with DJRePete!
Whitney / Photo by Whitney
Ladyhawke / Photo by Ladyhawke
case veirs lang / Photo by case veirs lang
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