Week of 02/24/16

Premiere DateFeb 24, 2016
Categories Media Music
00:00 DJ RePete
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00:31 Ignorance You Say Party
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03:46 Switchblade Coast Coastgaard
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07:09 The Roses Eternal Summers
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10:26 DJ RePete
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11:20 Snowbound Susanna Rose
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14:12 22 Night Beds
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17:49 Arctic Shark Quilt
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20:31 Killing Moon Tetherball
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24:43 DJ RePete
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25:23 Strange Things Marlon Williams
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28:20 We Toil and Struggle Half-handed Cloud
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30:24 Milky White Radiation City
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34:16 This Side Of Paradise Panda Bear
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38:47 Something About Glenn Goins Jack Name
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41:42 I Am a Soul Lena Fayre
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44:11 DJ RePete
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44:35 I Think I Can Live With It Warehouse Eyes
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48:11 Glow Porches
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50:56 Car Porches
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53:27 Oh My Light Hospital Ships
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58:27 Hollow Beacon
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60:54 DJ RePete
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61:28 Ruperta (Peru) Peru Negro
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65:39 Como Vou Fazer (Remix) Dois Irmãos Featuring Mariana De Moraes
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70:15 Nena Linda XIXA
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74:11 Kyabathe (Bulerías) Miguel Czachowski
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80:46 Papa Angélique Kidjo
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85:19 DJ RePete
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85:35 Fossa Daughter
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90:05 Finish
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Your Listen adventures on BTR Today open up with DJRePete and a 90 minute dose of electronica with Radiation City, folk with Night Beds, and international throwbacks from the likes of Angélique Kidjo. Plus, music before you can buy it from Tetherball, who is also dropping news of six—yes, six—total EPs being released in 2016. Tune in for the scoop on that. Plus, hit up BTR Today newcomer Susanna Rose and hear where you can see her at a house party this weekend. And if you’re in Boston, find out which long-time BTR Today band is rocking the MFA this Friday. That’s your Wednesday start on BTR Today with DJRePete!


You Say Party / Photo by You Say Party


Tetherball / Photo by Tetherball

Radiation City / Photo by Radiation City

Host DJ RePete
DJRePete is obsessed with the way we discover music. Each week he kickstarts your Saturday with The Listening Booth with alternative, electronica, hip hop, rock, blues, jazz -- no genre is off limits! The mix is…

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