Premiere DateNov 21, 2014
00:00 Latola (intro)
01:32 Lottie on BTR
01:50 Gold Silver Diamond Generationals
05:13 I Love You Money Lowell
08:34 Bad Attitude Wampire
11:39 DJ RePete
11:53 Your Holiday Treat Frog Eyes
15:29 Pigs DM Stith feat. Jefferson Street Band
20:41 Breaking the Bottle Big D & The Kids Table
22:55 DJ Madalyn
23:14 Hanging With Our Family Still Life Still
26:24 Family The Dodos
29:48 Adventurer of the Family Julianna Barwick
32:42 DJ Drew
33:25 Radio On Ex Hex
36:05 Cloud 69 Lowell
39:49 Joe Murder Cass McCombs
45:39 DJ Emily
46:07 Evil Phox
50:24 When You Coming Out Dinosaur Feathers
54:14 Challenge Gossling
58:19 DJ Wynn
58:58 Leisure Phox
62:22 Taking Chances Sharon Van Etten
66:11 Chimes Hudson Mohawke
69:43 DJ Patrick K
71:57 Bedroom Pop (SEO Remix) Bad C's
75:59 Having Fun Peter Gutteridge
77:43 An Englishman Newsflash
80:25 Latola
83:14 Greed, Money, Selfish Children Jay Reatard
84:09 Tomahawk Wild Yaks
85:15 Astral Projection Mark McGuire
99:28 Finish

It’s time for a Holiday Party on BTR’s Roadside Assistance, presented by United Airlines! Listen as 8 different BTR DJs present 8 different interpretations on what kind of soundtrack goes best with blinking lights, blinking lights and more blinking lights!

Nepenthe art

Julianna Barwick


Nov 20-23 at Le Guess Who in Utrecht, Netherlands
Dec 5-8 at Madeiradig Festival in Madeira, Portugal
Jan 23 at Shinagawa Church in Tokyo, Japan
Jan 24 at Niigata Kensei Kinenkan in Niigata, Japan
Jan 25 at Guggenheim House in Kobe, Japan
Jan 26 at Shimanouchi Church in Osaka, Japan

Chimes art

Hudson Mohawke


Dec 31 at Origin NYE in Perth, Australia
Jan 1 at Werribee Park in Melbourne, Australia
Mar 13 at Butlins Resort in Cardiff, Whales

Enter Ghost art

Celestial Shore


Nov 26 at Biltmore Cabaret in Vancouver, BC
Dec 3 at Peeve’s Public House & Local Market in Fresno, CA
Dec 13 at Milkboy in Philadelphia, PA

Host Latola
Latola's first on-air gig was in 4th grade, doing the morning announcements. By 5th grade he'd decided he wanted to be a radio DJ -- radio DJs didn't have to pay for albums or concert tickets, and as any money he…