Week of 10/21/15

Premiere DateOct 21, 2015
Categories Media Music
00:00 DJ RePete
00:32 Dream About The Future The Apples In Stereo
04:34 The Future Is Obsolete Voyager One
07:53 Deli Delorean
12:23 Fine Dining With The Future Foreign Islands
15:52 The Future Michael Franti & Spearhead
20:30 Country Of The Future Mirah
24:00 DJ RePete
24:58 Love Is the Future Hot Chip
29:25 Forecast Fascist Future Of Montreal
33:40 The Future Electrolightz
37:32 Strange Nostalgia For The Future Cut Copy
39:10 DJ RePete
39:58 From the Future The Blow
42:38 The Future Austra
46:36 The Future The Drums
50:30 Future Shadows Forest Fire
54:37 DJ RePete
55:10 The Future Will Destroy You Viva Voce
58:41 Future Crimes Wild Flag
61:22 Back to the Future IV Diehard
65:30 Struck Dumb The Futureheads
68:14 Where Is The Future? Mudhoney
73:33 DJ RePete
74:10 80s Celebration The Reduction Agents
76:26 Foreign Future Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin
79:02 Almanac The Modern Society
82:29 Oulala Vundabar
86:51 DJ RePete
87:26 Bright Future Bowerbirds
90:30 Finish

BTR starts off by breakin’ thru to the future on this Back to the Future Day with an appropriate mix in homage to 2015, the films, and the future. Hit new tracks by Vundabar and Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin. Plus, electronica with The Blow, Hot Chip, and Electrolightz as well as back-in-time alt throwbacks from The Apples In Stereo, The Futureheads, and a Delorean. Also in the mix, festival news for The Drums as they help kick off festival season in Melbourne Australia. And the band Diehard pines for a Back to the Future IV. Go back in time with DJRePete to start your Wednesday on BTR!


Mirah / Photo by Mirah


Michael Franti & Spearhead / Photo by Steve Rosenfield Photography


The Drums / Photo by The Drums

LINKS:
Back To The Future info
Melbourne Festival info

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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