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Patrick K. & Latola
Patrick K. and Latola have co-hosted BTR's The Music Digest since April 2013. Learn more about Patrick K. and Latola.
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This is the very last episode of the Music Digest that will feature the vocal talents of now-ex-hosts DJ Patrick K and Matt Your Other Host… End of an era, or end of an error? You be the judge! Ha Ha! Actually, fear not because you’ll be in very good, strong, and capable hands under the guidance of now-current-hosts Jeremiah and Brian! Go on, git! They’re your new family now! Bye byeeeee!!   La La La (remix) HOOPS   White Isles White Isles   Flood Network Katie Dey
Wow! Only two more episodes left (including this one) with your hosts DJ Patrick K and Matt Your Other Host! Hope you like changes, because come November you’re in for a bunch! This week, DJ Patrick K guides you through some of his favorite moments from the episodes we recorded in the year 2015. Lots of classic stuff in here, it’s insane. Michael O. – Really? Krill – A Distant Fist Unclenching   Sean Wasabi – Marble Soda
THE MUSIC DIGEST on BTRtoday is changing! In a few weeks time, your ole’ buddies DJ Patrick K and Matt Your Other Host will be handing the keys over to some young, hungry new hosts. Until then, we’ll be revisiting some of our favorite moments from the past few years of the show.  We hope you enjoy them as much as we did!   WWJD art Jens Lekman   Intro Bonito art Kero Kero Bonito   Sensuous art Cornelius
We’re hanging loose yet again this week on the Music Digest. Your old buddies DJ Patrick K and Matt talk a bunch of traaaash about music, headphones, album art… and they play some hits! It’s a slow burner, and I think you’re gonna like it!      
This week’s episode is a very special one indeed! DJ Patrick K & Matt (your other host) use their entire time to talk about one lengthy tune– Fela Kuti’s classic “Beasts of No Nation.” They’ve never attempted anything like this before. Wish them luck!  
Today we’re talkin’ tunes from Alex G, Chain Wallet, Dicktations, Fresh Snow, Psychic Twin, Sin Fang, The Luyas, and Violent Change!      

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