BTRToday opens up your Wednesday with a new edition of the Listening Booth featuring upbeat alt from Dressy Bessy and Death by Unga Bunga, electronica by Teen and the High Highs, and folk alt via Villagers and Cian Nugent. And don’t miss the trippy fusion of Bibio and Tycho in a remix that’s sure to please. DJRePete is also getting you ready for Glastonbury in the UK by playing bands hitting the stage this weekend. And for good measure, hit up a track by Talisco as they kick-off the first of ten festivals they’ll be playing this summer! That’s your weekly dose of the Listening Booth with DJRePete on BTRToday!
00:00 The Folk Wave
00:24 What Do You Do – Tim Buckley
03:15 Rabbit – Matt Duke
06:02 Down to the Sea – Ed Laurie
09:36 Blackberry Stone – Laura Marling
12:12 A New Binding – Tara Jane O’Neil
15:42 Davis Square – Mount Moriah
19:22 Un – Adan & Xavi
21:55 Rabbit – Lily & Madeleine
24:56 The Folk Wave
25:10 Whispering Light – Jesca Hoop
29:49 Black Dream – Aidan Knight
32:44 Blue Mountains – Jenn Grant
35:53 Back Broke – Swell Season
39:49 Flower Faces – Old Canes
43:33 The Folk Wave
44:19 The Dream – Shannon Stephens
49:05 Amnesia & Me – Owen
52:39 Pariah – Natureboy
56:04 Chinatown/For the Record – Joel Plaskett Emergency
58:50 The Folk Wave
BTRToday kicks up your Wednesday with a mix from DJRePete including funk with Lettuce and The James Hunter Six, soul with Betty LaVette, and electronica crossover with the High Highs and Aidan Knight. Plus, music before you can buy it from Talisco, info on the OkeeChobee Festival—which is fun to say—and an alt throwback set with the likes of The Clientele and Almost Charlie. Hit up your weekly dose of DJRePete and BTRToday!
We continue to celebrate our brand new site with some brand new music! Today’s show includes the latest from Aidan Knight, Susanna, Rose, Daughter, and Jenny Gillespie, along with favorite from Levek, Old Canes, Joseph Arthur, and many more!
DJRePete has your Wednesday mix covered with new alt from Requin Chagrin and Sunwolf, beats with Brika and Laser, and electronica with Aidan Knight and Pascal Pinon. Check out a band that’s hitting the high seas in the name of music discovery. Plus, info on the upcoming Cosmosis Festival in Manchester featuring Of Montreal.
Happy Saturday!! Last Saturday on the East Coast was definitely an indoors-day, so I’m looking forward getting out and about today. And we’ve got a great playlist for that today, with a lot of brand new tracks and old favorites. And don’t forget to follow BTR on Facebook, Twitter, tumblr, Pinterest, Instagram, and SoundCloud.
It’s a weird Wednesday today on New Weirdmerica. Best of all, BTR has a brand new app! Go ahead and download it, and get all of your favorite BTR shows in an even better, easier to access way! And while you’re at it, don’t forget to check out BTR on Facebook, Twitter, tumblr, Pinterest, Instagram, and SoundCloud.
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