The Synapse on BTR

Premiere DateOct 21, 2011
Categories Media Music
00:00 Delta Juliet Latola
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00:29 Kaskaden Casiokids
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04:55 Somebody That I Used To Know Gotye
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09:00 Poison Diamonds Adventure
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12:46 Endless Summer Still Corners
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16:02 Amazing and Wonderful Peaking Lights
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21:32 Believer John Maus
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25:39 Stray Dog And The Chocolate Shake Grandaddy
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29:37 Delta Juliet Latola
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30:35 Circulars Still Corners
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32:37 Glass Swords Rustie
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34:56 Founded Plaid
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38:04 Bee Hive White Birds
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41:27 Tiny Gradiations Of Loss The Caretaker
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44:20 And Leave Soley
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47:54 Glawio Com Truise
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52:57 Lawrence Girls Names
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55:48 Cool Out JEFF The Brotherhood
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58:46 Mas O Menos Budos Band
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62:41 Delta Juliet Latola
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64:56 Physics For Everyone! Flying Lotus
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67:07 Dresinen Casiokids
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71:01 Inchworm Battles
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75:53 Bronze InfinitiRock
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77:55 Losing Haringey The Clientele
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81:55 Baile Umoja Orchestra
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87:50 A A Warm Breeze Thee Oh Sees
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90:41 Thought Ballune Unknown Mortal Orchestra
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94:51 Delta Juliet Latola
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96:42 Surph Rustie
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101:16 Finish
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(“Aabenbaringen over Aaskammen” art)

Casiokids

Live:

Oct 21 at Spike Hill in New York, NY
Oct 22 at Knitting Factory in Brooklyn, NY

(“Glass Swords” art)

Rustie

Live:

no shows planned

(“White Birds” EP art)

White Birds

Live:

Oct 21  The Bishop Bar in Bloomington, IN
Oct 22  Knitting Factory in Brooklyn, NY
Dec 03  Union Transfer in Philadelphia, PA

(“Coastal Grooves” art)

Blood Orange

Live:
Oct 21  at Garrison in Toronto, ON
Oct 22  at Cabaret Mile End in Montreal, QC
Oct 24  at Middle East Downstairs in Boston, MA
Oct 25  at Bowery Ballroom in New York, NY
Oct 27  at Johnny Brenda’s in Philadelphia, PA
Oct 28  at Rock and Roll Hotel in Washington, DC

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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