The Saturday Show

Premiere DateNov 17, 2012
Categories Media
00:00 DJ Madalyn
01:14 I'm Gone Tamaryn
05:55 Lemonade Braids
12:28 Can't You See Steffaloo
16:39 Aquifier Laurel Halo
21:46 DJ Madalyn
22:03 Relax Yourself (Dolphin Cry) GRMLN
24:04 My My Racecar Bosco Delrey
27:42 Dead The Beets
29:55 Beyond the Magic Forest Liturgy
33:15 DJ Madalyn
33:36 Cloud Body Main Attrakionz
37:50 Hood Pass Intact Dam-Funk
42:33 Slow Peels Com Truise
47:07 Africa Bats Alan Watts
52:46 Odessa Caribou
57:58 DJ Madalyn
58:22 Bad Date Talk Normal
62:47 Bodies in the Dunes Pop. 1280
67:31 We Are Losers Bodega Girls
71:26 Superhands Sally Cyborg
72:33 DJ Madalyn
72:58 Seance on a Wet Afternoon Girls Names
75:51 Free the Pterodactyl 3 Hot Club de Paris
79:55 Exposure Peasant
82:02 Country Queen Night Moves
86:18 DJ Madalyn
87:01 Live My Life Cuff the Duke
90:32 Finish

This is a very COOL show for you today. We’ve got Tamaryn. She’s cool. Laurel Halo is the current queen of cool in New York. And don’t forget bands like Pop. 1280, Dam-Funk, and Talk Normal. But really, what is cool? All we care about at BTR is great music, and that’s what we’ve got! It’s not Thanksgiving yet, so escape from all your holiday preparations with this Brooklyn-y mix of all the best BTR has to offer. And don’t forget to check us out on Facebook and Twitter!

Laurel Halo
(Photo courtesy of Laurel Halo)
November 21 – Plastic People – London, UK

Tamaryn
(Photo courtesy of Tamaryn)
November 17 – Red 7 – Austin, TX
November 20 – Cashab – San Diego, CA
November 23 – The Echo – Los Angeles, CA
November 24 – The Independent – San Francisco, CA

Talk Normal
(Photo courtesy of Talk Normal)
November 17 – In Russian Recording – Bloomington, IN
November 18 – Lincoln Hall – Chicago, IL
November 19 – Beachland Ballroom – Cleveland, OH
November 20 – Music Hall of Williamsburg – Brooklyn, NY

HOST Madalyn
Madalyn has been a DJ at BTR since 2008. Before that, she was a DJ at Swarthmore College's WSRN and Morristown High School's WJSV. She currently produces The Saturday Show and God Bless Weirdmerica, a show about…

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