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This week Hanabi decides to steal Insane Dane’s couture drink thunder. A visit to the Palm House for their blended passion fruit with Kraken rum is a good start Palm House. But, lets talk Micheladas for moment, shall we? In fact let’s talk about the Michelada Verde from Hecho. With cucumber, lime, jalapeño, cilantro, cane syrup and Modelo, you can’t lose! If you really want to get into it, and delve into some serious mixology you must try Trick Dog. It’s amazing! Pro-tip: Order Manimal fries with your drink. Lastly, you have to visit Dr. Teeth, as in Dr. Teeth and the Electric Mayhem. They have a drink called the “beer-garita. Enough said! Hanabi also likes to drink sake, so why not check out Umi Sake House, and while he’s at it he washes it down with a little Ikiki Sushi. Okay, Insane Dane, what have got for me? Oh, some spicy shrimp and mushroom, nice! Spicy Shrimp. Okay, you should probably check out the bands Cusses, Jim O’Rourke and Cale Parks
DJRePete kicks off your Wednesday right with upbeat alt from Calexico, blues with Joel Plaskett, and reggae alt with The Skints. Plus, hit up electronica from Gaudi ahead of his appearance at this weekend’s Re:Birth Festival in Futtsu, Japan as well as more from the latest album by Laura Marling. And because he’s obsessed, DJRePete delves deeper into the new record by Toro Y Moi for a trippy bloc. Get your weekly dose! It’s DJRePete and your BTR Wednesday!
Sandal season is coming!! Are you ready? Fortunately, this week’s guest has a stylish, sustainable solutions for warm weather – Evan Streusand is the founder behind Fortress of Inca, a line of ethically-made, fashion-forward footwear for men and women. The brand is known for handcrafted shoes made from natural materials, and their designs can be found in boutiques and retails stores all over the country. On today’s show, Evan will talk about the travels in Peru that led him to launch Fortress of Inca, some of the lessons he’s learned through starting his own label, the brand’s commitment to natural materials, their brand new store front, and more. Plus, I’ve got a playlist filled with great new music, including more off “Carrie and Lowell” from Sufjan Stevens, a track off the latest from AZ singer-songwriter decker., and two powerhouse electropop tracks from French artist Madjo and Australia’s Chela. So join me for a look at just how fashionable fair trade can truly be, with Sew & Tell on BTR!

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