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A recap of the year in discovering the talent of tomorrow, one week at a time.
DJRePete hits the interweb airwaves on Wednesday with the BTR debut of self-described ‘vintage pop’ artist Jack Skuller, a few choice folk favorites by The Last Good Tooth as well as Walter Sickert & The Army Of Broken Toys, and blues with a dash of rhythm by spoken word artist Dr. John and Crazy Low Budget. Plus, hit up some Transatlantic festival info, a neat stardom story born out of a parental record store and nearby blues bar, and a clutch throwback set in honor of BTR’s 8th birthday! Quite a mix and quite a show for you; so get to it, Wednesday on BTR with DJRePete!
They've been together a mere seven months and they're already creating a buzz.
Hit up the Wednesday mix with DJRePete for the latest from longtime BTR band Appomattox, softer tracks including the emotionally charged lyrics of Keaton Henson, and a few B-sides by famed bands such as Phoenix and Cut Copy. DJRePete also explores the range that is Telekinesis’s new album: Dormarion. Plus hit up info on a few upcoming festivals including the Music Now Festival and, of course, Coachella. All-in-all, a solid mix to start your BTR Wednesday!
Monday's Mix features new music from Charles Bradley and a Daptone Revue featuring Sharon Jones, The Menahand Street Band, and Lee Fields.
What could be better than a vintage boutique that stays open until 2 am? Browsing that boutique with a cocktail in hand! And thanks to The Dressing Room on NYC's Lower East Side, you can do just that! On today's show, I'm joined by co-founder and retail curator Alex Adame, who maintains a tastefully eclectic mix of vintage pieces and new designs from local and independent labels. On the show, Alex will talk about turning their inventive vision into reality, how The Dressing Room has changed as its grown, some of the independent designers they carry, a few of her own vintage wardrobe treasures, and more. Later, Dane & I will talk cocktail shop, and there's a playlist full of new music from artists like Bettie Serveert, Sanders Bohlke, Little Green Cars, and more. Give your Friday a makeover with vintage style on Sew & Tell!

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