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DJRePete starts his annual tradition, reviewing 2014 with the first of two Best In Mix editions. Tune in for electronica tracks by Lia Ices and Electric Youth, alt from Bishop Allen and King Tuff, and blues with Sean Rowe and Son Little. Also, hit up info on a few BTR bands playing Shaun White’s LA-based Air + Style snowboard festival this winter, as well as artists playing the Tomorrow Never Knows Festival in Chicago. Start the countdown to the new year today, on your BTR Wednesday with DJRePete!
DJ Wynn has crafted an electronic set to get you energized to put on three layers of clothing to step outside. Featuring music from Hudson Mohawke, Tomas Barfod, Rustie, Danny Brown, and Caribou.
Building up your Wednesday with a worthy mix is DJRePete. He’s spinning alternative from Bishop Allen and Nobunny, dreamy electronica with Hundreds and the Nightmares on Wax, and rock from Motel Beds and Speedy Ortiz. Plus, a trio of crowd pleasing throwbacks from Chairlift, The Blow, and Lykke Li. And don’t miss US tour news from Tycho and the trippy amazingness of the UK’s Dan Melchior Und Das Menace. All that, on this edition of your Wednesday mix with DJRePete on BTR!
DJRePete opens your Wednesday mix! And as we turn the calendar, tune in for info on the upcoming Treasure Island Festival in San Francisco, as well as a preview of CMJ happenings later this month. Plus, hit up brand new music from Stu Larsen, alt via The Antlers, and electro trippy rock from Trin Tran. And for good measure, a throwback by Of Montreal. Get your midweek fix on BTR with DJRePete!
Oh my GOOOOOD! It's the Rock Show's Five Year Anniversary Celebration! I'm so excited!! Please congratulate me now! Here's to FIVE MORE YEARS!!
Classic episode today. First set rocks, second set rolls! Featuring hits from Twerps, Robyn Hitchcock, Coachwhips, and more!
90-minutes of tunes with DJ Emily on BTR!
Hoo boy, we're really rockin' now!
The future of fashion is closely intertwined with the future of technology, and one of the biggest innovations of the last five years has been the introduction of 3D printing into fashion’s production process. Aaron Rowley is the co-founder of Electroloom, a new 3D printing company based in San Francisco that’s working to make desktop garment design and output a reality. On today’s show, Aaron will share about the company’s inception, the printed prototypes that their team is currently working on, how the Electroloom printer differs from traditional 3D printer models, the future possibilities of Electroloom, and more. And I’ve got a playlist chock full of new music today, featuring a brand new single from Galway garage pop band So Cow, Dublin’s The Might Stef, North Carolina duo The Rosebuds, Seattle’s Lusine, and Toronto’s beach pop group Alvvays. So join us now for a look at the future of fashion, on BreakThru Radio!
90-minutes of great tunes today on BTR!
Your Wednesday start on BTR includes a 90 minute mix by DJRePete. Tune in for artists and info for 4 upcoming festivals including Lollapalooza in Chicago this weekend (!!!). Plus, electro beats with Lykke Li, rock blues by Reigning Sound, and upbeat alternative with Woods. And hear a tale of what happened to Alvvays the day their album went live. That’s your midweek mix with DJRePete on BTR!
Covers from Anna Calvi, flashbacks from The Relatives, and sly looks from Alvvays. All of this and much more on Monday's Mix with DJ Wynn.
I absolutely love talking with fashion historians. Maybe (definitely) it’s because I’m a nerd, but it’s also because they are able to place fashion and style within a broader cultural context, lending insight into trends and hallmark moments. So for this week’s Icon show, who better to speak with than an American fashion historian? Beth Dincuff is Curator of the Parsons Fashion Archive and an assistant professor, whose work focuses on 21st Century American fashion. Prior to her role at Parsons, Beth managed the archives at Calvin Klein, where she worked with a team to preserve and document the designs, colors, and textiles from the fashion house. On today’s show, join us as Beth shares some iconic moments from American fashion history, including the legacy of Calvin Klein, the influence of Saks Fifth Avenue’s Sophie Gimbel, and some of the First Ladies who have shaped our sense of style. Plus, a great playlist of new tracks including material off the debut of Canada’s Alvvays, more from Christopher Denny’s upcoming release, a song from The Real Kids’ first new record in over twenty years, and more! So join us for some seriously stylish summer school with a lesson in icons on BreakThru Radio!