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Spend your 12-12-12 day with BTR with DJRePete whose appropriately spinning 2 bakers-dozen of fresh tracks, including alt pop from King Tuff, VIOLENS, and Rachel Goodrich. Plus, fresh off their concert in New York and mid-tour, catch up with Of Montreal, and also hit up info on a few New Year’s Eve shows including the Falls Festival going down down-under! That’s your midweek mix on BTR!
Night Manager is a fuzzed-out grunge band from Brooklyn who play reverb-soaked songs packed with psychedelic, piercing riffs and the soaring, engrossing vocals of frontwoman Caitlin Seager. With a sound reminiscent of Bleach-era Nirvana, the five-piece outfit specializes in retro pop melodies blanketed beneath layers of haze, and the way their sounds evoke nostalgia can easily be compared to current acts like Tennis and Best Coast.
Consider your Wednesday music mix solved with DJRePete and BTR.  Tune in for brand new music from Electric Guest, best Coast, and The Hudson Branch. Also check in with a few throwbacks from Almost Charlie, Of Montreal, and Gogol Bordello who plays the Hangout Music and Arts Festival this weekend. Plus, Bryan Scary headlines a quirkier set, some ear candy from Reptar, and we check in with some international BTR talent from the likes of Amadou & Mariam. Check it out via DJRePete on BTR!
What's the perfect music for the first Saturday in May? What about some summer songs from Best Coast, Ty Segall, and Lower Dens? Good thing they all have amazing new albums out! We're playing brand new music from all these artists and more on the show today! In the words of Patti Smith, "This is the era where everyone creates."
Beast Make Bomb’s lo-fi pop melodies fuse gritty punk and 90s indie rock, sounding similar to the fuzzy, yet sweet tones of modern-day acts Dum Dum Girls and Best Coast. Their songs swim in a cool, laid-back vibe, yet are remarkably and undeniably catchy. Since winning Converse’s “Get Out of the Garage” Contest, the Brooklyn four-piece has opened for Queens of the Stone Age and Tokyo Police Club. Here they perform a brand new song called “Double Dipper.” Jessica Larrabee and Andy LaPlant are Brooklyn’s She Keeps Bees, a bluesy garage-rock duo whose music has been compared to the White Stripes and Cat Power, and lauded by The Guardian, the New York Times, and The New Yorker. Their songs waver between quiet, sparse moments and loud bursts of rock ‘n’ roll, conveying an overall deep and emotional soulfulness. Here they perform an unreleased track “Counter Charm.”
Night Manager is a fuzzed-out grunge band from Brooklyn who play reverb-soaked songs packed with psychedelic, piercing riffs and the soaring, engrossing vocals of frontwoman Caitlin Seager. With a sound reminiscent of Bleach-era Nirvana, the five-piece outfit specializes in retro pop melodies blanketed beneath layers of haze and the way their sounds evoke nostalgia nostalgic can easily be compared to current acts like Tennis and Best Coast.
Beast Make Bomb’s lo-fi pop melodies fuses gritty punk and 90s indie rock, sounding similar to the fuzzy, yet sweet tones of modern-day acts Dum Dum Girls and Best Coast. Songs like “Coney Island” swim in a cool, laid-back vibe, yet are remarkably and undeniably catchy. Since winning Converse’s “Get Out of the Garage” Contest, the Brooklyn four-piece — made up of vocalist/guitarist Ceci G., bassist Sam Goldfine, lead guitarist Glenn Van Dyke, and drummer Hartley Lewis — has opened for Queens of the Stone Age and Tokyo Police Club.