Roadside Assistance - Tailgating

Premiere DateOct 31, 2011
00:00 Delta Juliet Latola (intro)
01:25 DJ Pat
02:18 Midlife Crisis The Wax Museums
03:45 Name in Lights GG King
05:55 Assvogel Carbonas
08:22 DJ Lottie
08:45 Tokyo Moon Windmill
12:24 Party In My Mind Chilly Gonzales
15:41 Three Sheets to the Wind Sage Francis
19:12 DJ Drew
20:10 I'm A Truck Choo Choo La Rouge
22:38 The Trailer and the Truck Josiah Wolf
25:33 All Truckers Roll White Denim
28:09 DJ Madalyn
28:34 Burgers Excepter
32:26 Drone Burger Growing
34:26 Six Pack Dirty Projectors
37:35 DJ RePete
37:48 Blow Dumb Nobunny
40:15 Hansel And Gretel The Weblos
42:58 Trust Generationals
46:41 DJ Emily
47:48 Unstoppable (feat. Little Wayne and Drake) Santigold
51:02 Tonight's the Kind of Night Noah and the Whale (RAC Remix)
54:34 When My Time Comes Dawes
59:41 DJ Wynn
60:20 Oblivion Grimes
64:29 They are all dead, there are no skip at all Leyland Kirby
74:43 Shadows on Behalf The Stepkids
78:48 Delta Juliet Latola
79:41 Do U Want To Fight? Africa Hitech
83:22 Drunk and Crazy Mogwai
88:51 She Just Wants To Fight Four Tet
93:25 Finish

It’s a Tailgating Mix on BTR’s Roadside Assistance, presented by Continental Airlines! 8 different BTR DJs are representing 8 different interpretations on what kind of soundtrack goes best with parking, eating and gossiping.  Take it with ye wherever ye are bound!

(“The Stepkids” art)

The Stepkids


11/2/11 at Unit in Tokyo, Japan
11/6/11 at Universe in Osaka, Japan

(“D” art)

White Denim


Nov 2, 2011 @ Summit Music Hall in Denver, CO
Nov 4, 2011 @ The Bourbon Theatre in Lincoln, NE
Nov 7, 2011 @ House of Blues Chicago in Chicago, IL

(“Last Night On Earth” art)

Noah And The Whale


05/11    Paradise Rock Club in Boston, MA
06/11    Theatre of Living Arts in Philadelphia, PA
08/11    Phoenix Theatre in Toronto, ON
09/11    Ladies Literary Club in Grand Rapids, MI
11/11    Lincoln Hall in Chicago, IL
12/11    Lincoln Hall in Chicago, IL

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…