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DJRePete brings you a holiday music alternative today with more from the latest Of Montreal album, BTR Discovery Artist of the Week Blonds, and a smattering of throwbacks from the BTR archive. Plus, don’t miss an addictive set with a beat from the likes of Curren$y. And just because, hit up an 80s esc-sounding dance party headlined by, well, The Dance Party. That’s your Wednesday on BTR with DJRePete!
Three easy steps to get you on your way to becoming a contributing member to the Freegan society!
Stopping by for their second visit to the Serious Business studio, Bunny’s A Swine still manage to bring their endearingly rough-edged sound with a new batch of tunes, as well as the right kind of humor and antics to keep Travis on his toes. This self proclaimed “awk pop” trio takes their inspiration from the bands they love, people they meet, and... beer. For a great time with just the right dash of ‘super awkward’ and ‘super fun,’ make it a Bunny’s A Swine time.
BTR Sports with Sam, Kory and Kristy is a sports show focusing on more than just the results and Brett Favre. Each week we take an in-depth look at a topic from the world of sport from a broader, cultural angle. This week we talk about the conclusion of the Clemens trial, the future of football, and stadium food and eating competitions.
How Brooklyn is becoming a leading location for a variety of hydroponic projects.
DJ Meredith visits Asian-fusion restaurant Republic, in New York City. Republic’s underlying motto is “Think Noodles: Fresh, Fast and Affordable.” Learn about her delicious (nutritious!), inexpensive dining experience and enjoy learning how to concoct Republic’s Asian Sangria! Invite a group of friends over for an end-of-summer sangria night, but with an Asian twist!
It's Food Week on BTR, just in time for all your hot-weather faves (watermelon martini, anyone?) On this week's Sew & Tell, we have some fashionable food for thought! I'm joined by two incredibly innovative minds, who have each created new beverage-based textiles. Yes. I said beverage-based. Anke Domaske is a German microbiologist and fashion designer, who started her label Mademoiselle Chi Chi, ten years ago. Just two years ago, Anke began to experiment with milk-protein-produced textiles, and ultimately created Qmilch, an all-natural, silk-like fabric made from casein. Similarly, Australian scientific artist Gary Cass, along with designer Donna Franklin, decided to try using bacterial growth from the wine-making process to create garments. The result was Micro'be' Fermented Fashion, a flexible, leather-like substance which can be molded to the body, and has amazing applications that extend far beyond fashion. On today's show, Anke and Gary will each talk about the start of their developments, the science behind these unique substances, and the future of both Qmilch and Micro'be'. Plus, music from Beachwood Sparks, Lea Ices, Future of What, Husky, and more! So grab your sketchpad (and measuring spoons) and prepare to innovate, as fashion meets food here on BreakThru Radio!
Through the entire month of May, Madison Square Eats has been indulging the intersection of Broadway and Fifth Avenue with array of specialty foods. With over 25 vendors -- including Asia Dog, Red Hook Lobster Pound and and Hong Kong Street Cart -- this foodie’s dream serves up a number of signature dishes all in one location. This week, on BTR Pulse, Lauren Hawker speaks to vendors and patrons at this outdoor food haven.
Originally from Argentina, but now based out of Spain, Capsula play a manic blend of 60’s South American psychedelic rock and fiery rock ‘n’ roll. The three-piece — consisting of Martin Guevara on guitar and vocals, Coni Duchess on bass, and Ignacio Villarejo on drums — take their name (which means “capsule” in Spanish) from David Bowie’s “Space Oddity.” Many of their hard-hitting songs, like fiery single “Hit N’ Miss,” incorporate the sounds of bands like The Stooges and Sonic Youth.

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