Roadside Assistance - Winter Break

Premiere DateJan 3, 2012
00:00 Delta Juliet Latola (intro)
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01:09 DJ Pat
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02:50 Snowfall The Halo Benders
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06:38 Fleeting Sad Souls
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08:46 Quartermaster's Wintertime Bill Fox
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11:09 DJ Lottie
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11:42 Cold Sun Black Pistol Fire
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15:20 Snowflake Malachai
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18:51 Out In The Field Big Harp
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23:35 DJ Wynn
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24:43 Sweet Toro Y Moi
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27:05 Keep Me There Nicolas Jarr
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32:26 Baby's Arms Kurt Vile
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36:21 DJ Emily
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36:51 Sway (Diamnond Rings remix) Mates of State
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40:20 Be My Man Asha
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43:53 Bruises Chairlift
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48:07 DJ Drew
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48:38 Pink Frost Masha Qrella
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53:12 First Frost Oakley Hall
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59:00 Frost Meter Tamar
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66:15 DJ Madalyn
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66:38 February Snow Peggy Sue
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69:32 Snow Days Real Estate
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73:47 Hands in the Snow Saturday Looks Good To Me
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77:21 DJ RePete
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77:41 The Running Song Build Us Airplanes
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81:18 Winter Song The Head and the Heart
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83:57 Break It On Down Azeem
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89:02 Delta Juliet Latola
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90:26 Old Man Winter Shannon and The Clams
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93:42 Peeling Off The Layers Wildbirds and Peacedrums
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97:44 Novacane Frank Ocean
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102:47 Finish
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It’s Winter Break 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 snowshoing, snowman building and winter falconry! Take it with ye wherever ye are bound!

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Shannon And The Clams

Live:

no shows planned

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Toro Y Moi

Live:

no shows planned

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Real Estate

Live:

1/14 at Terminal 5, New York, NY
1/15 at Brighton Music Hall, Allston, MA
1/16 at The Met, Pawtucket, RI
1/17 at Higher Ground – Showcase Lounge, South Burlington, VT
1/18 at La Sala Rossa, Montreal, QC, Canada
1/19 at Mavericks, Ottawa, ON, Canada

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Chairlift

Live:

no shows planned

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…

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