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DJ Meredith motivates you through an, *XTREME EXTENDED* mix, playing the hardest beats from every corner of the world! These tracks are guaranteed to get you through any type of workout with ease!
CMJ was as nice on the eyes as it was on the ears.
A little recap from our BTR's own CMJ showcase from over the weekend, just in case you missed it...
BTR Catches Up With Lio Kanine of Kanine Records.
CMJ Day 2! And DJRePete starts your day with a mix exclusively comprised of bands playing the New York Music Marathon with alt by Bad Cop, addictive alt pop via Mood Rings, and electronica crossover with The Sounds. Plus, a pair of throwbacks by My Teenage Stride and Luke Temple of Here We Go Magic fame, as well as folky twang with festival vet Father John Misty and upstart I’ll Be John Brown. And tune in for three of the bands playing BTR’s CMJ Showcase this Saturday at Grand Victory with Eternal Summers, Bleeding Rainbow, and the Heliotropes! Get psyched for CMJ or live vicariously Wednesday with DJRePete and BTR!
Eternal Summers -- previously a duo of Nicole Yun and Daniel Cundiff, more recently fleshed out with the addition of bassist Jonathan Woods -- are a band coming into their own. While previous releases explored post punk and lo-fi rock territory, their current power trio format pushes things solidly into its own territory, crafting a unique pop sound that's entirely their own. The band is currently running a Pledge Music campaign, offering everything from vinyl pre-orders to sweaty shirts and house shows in order to facilitate the production of their new album.
Eternal Summers -- previously a duo of Nicole Yun and Daniel Cundiff, more recently fleshed out with the addition of bassist Jonathan Woods -- are a band coming into their own. While previous releases explored post punk and lo-fi rock territory, their current power trio format pushes things solidly into its own territory, crafting a unique pop sound that's entirely their own. The band is currently running a Pledge Music campaign, offering everything from vinyl pre-orders to sweaty shirts and house shows in order to facilitate the production of their new album.
This week, Iain and Jason invent an alternative/additional new themetune, and continue with their current "Album Of The Month" (Pow Wow!) and "Classic Album" (Tilly & The Wall). They also thrill you, the listener, with hilarious chat, and wacky banter. Both of those things sound pretty similar in reality.. Still, that's what it says here, and who am I to argue.. Whadaya say? Let's Radio!
Our DJs list their favorite albums that didn't quite get the credit they deserved in 2012.