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Cardigan Strike Attack
Spend hump day with BTR and check out the BTR debut of Beat Radio’s latest EPs, Hard Times Go. And hear the latest alternative from Cat Power, a beat from Debo, and a throwback set including Gregory Pepper & & His Problems. Also, tune in for info on a trio of festivals going down across the US in the next two weekends: from Omaha, to Philadelphia, to San Francisco! Spanning the country today, it’s DJRePete and BTR!
TGIF! And we all know what that means... Thank God for Indie Fashion! Today's show features a guest who provides an incredible service to socially & environmentally conscious fashionistas: Kate McGregor, owner and operator of the New York City eco-boutique, Kaight. In her store, Kate has made the work easy for us by offering a personally assembled collection of responsible labels, and sustainability-focused designers. Not only can New York residents take advantage of this gem, but Kaight has a webshop, too, making it ridiculously easy to be responsibly stylish. On today's show, Kate will talk about the concerns that led her to open Kaight, the criteria she uses to choose designers and labels, some of the changes she's seen in sustainable design since opening her doors, and one of the biggest challenges she's faced as a small business owner. All that, plus a playlist absolutely chock-full of great new music and releases, including tracks from ASPE, Dirty Projectors, Hot Panda, and BTR's Discovery Artist of the Week, Cardigan Strike Attack. Indie rock + sustainable summer dresses. Could you have a better Friday? #Probablynot
Wednesdays on BTR mean a fresh mix by DJRePete! Catch brand new alternative from Line & Circle, a beat by Big K.R.I.T., and BTR Discovery Artist of the Week: Cardigan Strike Attack. And tune in for a bloc by The Soundtrack of Our Lives and yet-to-be-released tracks from Conveyor. Also, in a preview to next week’s homage show for BreakThru Radio’s 7th birthday this month, check out a few choice tracks from artists through the years on the BTR airwaves. Get your mid-week fix with DJRePete on BTR!
Ohio-based collective of indie rockers has known each other since grade school, but came together just six months ago to start a band because they thought, well, why not?

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