Week of 06/14/17

Premiere DateJun 14, 2017
Categories Indie Music Rock
00:00 Mic Break
00:43 Green Eyes Judah and The Lion
05:16 Conversations Judah and The Lion
08:33 Apples Delhi 2 Dublin
11:53 Dekha Ali Zafar
14:21 Get Down [dunkelbunt]
18:48 Mic Break
19:16 Passenger Sinkane
22:27 One That Lights Up (Andi Domo Ikang Uwem Mi) Ibibio Sound Machine
25:58 If That Don't Tell You the JAMES HUNTER six
28:22 Sounds Like A Party Lettuce
31:47 The Lobbyist Lettuce
36:05 Mic Break
36:53 Higher Than The Stars The Pains of Being Pure At Heart
40:33 No Surprise James Yuill
45:12 Slow Burning Crimes East Hundred
49:15 Up In The Sky Borko
53:19 Seventeen Casxio
56:48 Mic Break
57:04 Fixed Stars
60:26 District Menagerie Exit Clov
64:49 Dreamin' Elastic Bond
68:21 Green Mitten
71:04 Mic Break
71:26 Far Too Close J.Viewz
74:53 Your Sympathy Devon Williams
78:15 Sunhits Memory Tapes
81:46 Weekend Class Actress
85:43 Alisa Cut Copy
89:44 Mic Break
90:08 Sleep Alone Two Door Cinema Club
93:44 Ballad of the Golden Hour Widowspeak
98:06 Strangling Good Guys Trailer Trash Tracys
101:50 Down Summer Camp
104:19 The White Season Still Corners
106:59 Mic Break
107:31 Hollywood Art Vs. Science
112:07 The Purchase of the North Pole .357 Lover
119:07 Ballroom Kid Bryan Scary
120:30 Finish

The Listening Booth is a veritable time machine this week as DJRePete spotlights electro alt throwbacks from 2009 to 2012, inspired by last week’s Northside Festival in Williamsburg. Tune in for artists like The Pains of Being Pure At Heart, Cut Copy, and Two Door Cinema Club—just to name a few. Plus, hit up more from the new album by Judah and The Lion, with a bloc of deep cuts to kick off a set with a beat. And fitting nicely a funktastic set including West African disco / post-punk group: Ibibio Sound Machine. That’s this week’s Wednesday mix in the Listening Booth with DJRePete on BTRToday!

 

 

HOST DJ RePete
DJRePete is obsessed with the way we discover music. Each week he kickstarts your Saturday with The Listening Booth with alternative, electronica, hip hop, rock, blues, jazz -- no genre is off limits! The mix is…

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