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DJRePete wraps up the year with part 2 of his unofficial Best In Mix 2012, featuring artists Sharon Van Etten, Two Door Cinema Club, and Mumford & Sons. Plus, hit up info on the upcoming Savannah Stopover Festival, a show in Newtown Connecticut, and an encore content guide to the BTR site. And Balmorhea ends the program with necessary optimism via an epically lyricless track. So join DJRePete today, elebrating the art of mix, year-end edition on BTR!
Celebrating independence with independent music this July 4th on BTR! Hit up an upbeat track from King Tuff, soft alternative with Sharon Van Etten, and beats from the likes of Elastic Bond. Plus, get info on a trio of festivals from Europe to the US, and tune in for yet-to-be released music from Saint Motel. That’s today, your independence Wednesday with DJRePete on BTR!
This edition of BTR’s monthly blues hour with DJRePete has a plethora of new faces in the Backroom, including folk blues with Cuff The Duke, jazz blues from Bret Puchir, and blues infused rock with Pond. Plus, for good measure, a few BTR veterans including White Mud Freeway, loungey jazz blues from Bonnie J Jensen, and blues legend Bobby Womack who also has some tour news. Catch it all today in the Backroom on BTR!
Flapper hemlines! Victorian lace! Halter tops! Pencil skirts! Boxy blazers! Oversized sunglasses! This year's fashion trends show a broader amalgamation of vintage-inspired looks than ever, and almost nothing is off-limits. We fashionistas have the privilege to let our imaginations run wild, and Flashback Week's guest here on Sew & Tell knows a lot about out-of-the-box creativity. Puerto-Rican-born designer Auralis Herrero-Lugo launched her eponymous line, Auralis Studio, with an aim to create celebratory styles that are ethically produced. Based on her four collections, I'd say she's succeeded - each one showcases her signature "urban tropical" aesthetic beautifully, pairing vintage inspiration with bright colors and luxurious fabrics, while maintaining a distinctly modern elegance. On today's show, Auralis will talk about the mother that got her started, her path to sustainable production, and how a Puerto Rican icon transported to the highlands of Scotland served as a muse for her F/W 2012. Plus, we've got a flashback-filled playlist today, proving that everything old is new again. Tracks off the latest from Bear In Heaven, Kaiser Chiefs, Cheyenne Marie Mize, and John Wesley Coleman, plus a song off the upcoming new album from soul legend Bobby Womack. So grab your legwarners, bowler hat, shoulder pads, lace-up boots, leather mini skirt and favorite tie-dye blouse, and get ready to remix your decades!

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