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DJRePete wraps up the year with part 2 of his unofficial Best In Mix 2012, featuring artists Sharon Van Etten, Two Door Cinema Club, and Mumford & Sons. Plus, hit up info on the upcoming Savannah Stopover Festival, a show in Newtown Connecticut, and an encore content guide to the BTR site. And Balmorhea ends the program with necessary optimism via an epically lyricless track. So join DJRePete today, elebrating the art of mix, year-end edition on BTR!
Your midweek kicks off with DJRePete and an addictive mix of alternative from Guards, softer tempo via Zoe Boekbinder, and a set with a beat featuring Main Attrakionz. And because it’s never too early to talk festivals, tune in for a highlight of McDowell Mountain Music Festival 2013 going down in March in Phoenix, AZ. And for good measure, DJRePete hits up a choice throwback set from the likes of Mitten and The Pains of Being Pure At Heart. Catch it all on your BTR Wednesday!
DJRePete and your BTR Wednesday is appropriately all CMJ all the time, with a lineup exclusively of bands playing the Music Marathon going down in Manhattan and Brooklyn this week. Tune in for alternative via Alex Winston, rock with King Tuff, and chill electronica crossover tracks from the likes of Mitten. Plus, throwbacks by Free Energy, the Generationals, and Pretty & Nice. Whether you’re amid the action in New York or living vicariously, DJRePete has you covered today on BTR!
Midweek on BTR means DJRePete and an eclectic blend of old and new. Tune in for brand new alternative from Sean Bones, Free Energy, and Moonface. Plus, electronica from the new album by Miike Snow and School of Seven Bells. And bringing balance, hit up a throwback set comprised of BTR artists who brokethru in 2009 on the station, including The Rural Alberta Advantage, One Eskimo, and Mimicking Birds. All that to start your Wednesday on BTR!
Your BTR Wednesday begins with an eye on the weekend.  With Record Store Day fast approaching this Saturday, DJRePete’s spinning a few artists playing in-store gigs including Langhorne Slim in Nashville and Cate Le Bon in London. Also tune in for a yet-to-be-released track from Battleme, the latest from Alex Winston, and a throwback to end all throwbacks from I Am Jen. Get your midweek fix today on BTR with DJRePete!
Heartbreak with Moonface, a three pack from M. Ward, and music for your mouth are all on Monday's mix with DJ Wynn
We've got a very special guest for this week's Video Game edition of Sew & Tell! Holly Conrad has loved making costumes ever since she was five years old, and has turned her passion into a career. Holly has worked creating costumes for everything from haunted houses to an animatronics company, but perhaps most spectacular has been her personal work for San Francisco's internationally renowned comic book and gaming convention, Comic Con. She's been attending and competing in the Comic Con Masquerade for years, and it was her participation there that caught the eye of documentary filmmaker Morgan Spurlock. Holly is featured as one of the main stories in his most recent documentary, "Comic Con Episode IV: A Fan's Dream," which has led her to even more exciting opportunities in costume design and construction. On this week's show, Holly will talk about some of the design challenges she's faced in creating creatures and armor, her passion for improved female character costuming, her involvement in the documentary, and her dream to one day "green" the special effects industry. Plus, great music on the show today from Alex Winston, Ero Gray, Zambri, Xiu Xiu, and another new track from M. Ward's latest release. So get your sword in hand, and prepare for a design battle of the fittest, here on BreakThru Radio!
Leap on 2012’s bonus day with DJRePete and a slue of brand new artists breakin’ thru today. Appropriately skipping around genres, tune in for brand new alternative from Pepe Deluxé, rock from Yuksek, and an electro beat from Example. Also, don’t miss the latest remix of Foster the People by St. Lucia. Plus, check out the a vinyl epiphany from The Gay Blades. It’s a blue moon mix for a blue moon day. Hit up DJRePete on BTR!
A night out with Philip Glass at Carnegie Hall and new tracks from Frankie Rose's new album, Interstellar

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