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Straight to the point, BTR Wednesday with DJRePete has alternative with Unknown Mortal Orchestra, electronica with Sylvan Esso, and a throwback by the Born Ruffians. Plus, hit up new album news from the Generationals. And, to boot, an Irish Drinking ska ballad out of New Jersey, because? Well, just because. It’s BTR with DJRePete!

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!
Happy New Year! Chook Moong Numb Moi! Feliz año nuevo! DJ Wynn celebrates with memories from a neighbor's party that rung in the new year with salsa music. Hear music from Celia Cruz, Eddie Palmieri, Africando, and La Sonora Dinamita.