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In Part 3 of 4 of Overnight Sensation's OFFICIAL Best Hits of 2015, you'll hear great bedroom singer/songwriter/producer music from Dogs Only, Katie Dey, Monogamy, and more! Plus bona-fide classics from Jessica Pratt, Joanna Newsom, The Mantles, etc,etc! So much good stuff! And stay tuned for Part 4, "Pop," coming next week!
Today we continue our favorites of the year with tracks from Fred Thomas, La Misma, Ava Luna, Shawn Wasabi, Yowler, and Twerps!
Fred Thomas. lee (asano+ryuhei). Flatbush Zombies. Rsmg. Palehound. Sheera. Kamasi Washington. Protomartyr. Blood Orange. And more...
Eola. Wilderness. Los Indios Tabajaras. Getatchew Mekurya. Ava Luna. Fred Thomas. Bad Cs. And more...
DJRePete energizes your Hump Day with high octane alt from Oberhofer and a track off the new album by CHVRCHES! Also, lose yourself in some trippy tracks by Of Montreal and Strange Talk as well as soulful blues tracks from Son Little and K’s Choice. Plus, check out some music before you can even buy it by Beat Happening whose new album Look Around drops on Friday. And don’t miss an electric set with the latest from Metric and Saintseneca. That’s your Wednesday start with DJRePete on BTR!
You need this 90-minutes of tunes for your Tuesday! Enjoy it all alongside DJ Emily!
On this week's episode I talk a lot about the new Joanna Newsom album, Divers! Out now on Drag City! It's great! Also, I play many other calm songs. Enjoy.
Today Patrick K drops in to talk Halloween and help intro a set of songs that have one thing in common - organ, as it seems to be the most Halloweeny instrument...
Illa J. Gemma. Maxo. Mick Jenkins. Iglooghost. The Coneheads. TheeSatisfaction. Meow The Jewels. Cass McCombs. And more...
Levantis. Gemma. Erick the Architect. Maxo. Graves. Charles Bradley. Vince Staples. Fred Thomas. Abhi//Dijon. Chad VanGaalen. And more...
This week on Overnight Sensation, we're doing a LESS TALK, MORE ROCK POWER BLOCK HOUR OF ROCK! It's an unbelievable parade of hits that you're just not even going to believe... My God, where to start? We've got HITS from bands like ULTRASUAVE, GREAT PLAINS, The AUTOCOLLANTS, and so many more! Plus, a great new tune from the almighty PROTOMARTYR! Just listen to it already, you idiot!!
Joanna Newsom has a new album coming out soon, so I have been listening to her old records a lot lately! I start off with a track from her, then make a bee-line for 2005 to bring back hits of the first freak folk era, including Dirty Projectors and Akron/Family. From there, we go to more contemporary "freak pop" hits from CE Schneider Topical, Gem Jones, Miserable Chillers, and more!
It's Thursday night... 00:00 Latola 00:50 Sullen Crackle - Zula 05:55 Good Girl Bad Girl - Rsmg 09:11 Glass Jar - Gang Gang Dance 20:17 Needle In the Hay - Elliott Smith 24:33 Bad Blood - Fred Thomas 28:42 Nothing Weird - ThinLips 31:05 Latola 31:37 In The Night - Saun and Starr 34:20 The Harshest Light - Torres 38:28 Shadows - Petite Noir 42:23 Back, Baby - Jessica Pratt 46:18 Friday the 13th - White Reaper 48:38 Turned Out Light - Thee Oh Sees 50:43 Kicked Out - Tree+Crack 55:26 Latola 56:52 Hip Hop Rap Recommendations - $3.33 64:22 Finish coming to yo town Zula I need some good rap music for my car.? $3.33 Eye Contact Gang Gang Dance
This fine Wednesday begins with DJRePete at the controls, spinning beats by Brika, a softer set with the likes of Laura Marling, and an upbeat set including the debut by FFS—that’s Franz Ferdinand + Sparks. Plus, hit up some in-store shows and festival info on the way from N America and Europe. And Jim O'Rourke throws in some advertising irony for good measure. It’s your Wednesday start on BTR with DJRePete!
Wow! This week's show somehow ended up being one of my longest ever. Guess when I get on a roll with classic OHIO tunes, it's hard for me to stop. Check out proto-indie from such esteemed NE OH bands as The Clocks, Death of Samantha, The Mice, etc. Plus, a bonus set of songs that I just plain like! It's a really good one, certainly worthy of the extended running-time!
DJ Emily has an awesome 90-minute set for you. Complete with new music from Holy Child and Hot Chip. Enjoy!
The best of the best music spinning on BTR is lined up. This is your weekly Top 10 countdown on BTR, with your host, DJ Emily.
Knxwledge. Fred Thomas. lee (asano+ryuhei). Leapling. Aphex Twin. Paper Gates. Torres. Shannon and the Clams. Radicalfashion. And more...
Fred Thomas is a well-known, well-loved songwriter from the Ann Arbor/Ypsilanti area of Michigan. Though he's certainly gotten around in the music world, his work as the mastermind of weirdo-pop band Saturday Looks Good To Me is perhaps the best known. Here, we present the story-based “Bad Blood” off his latest album from Polyvinyl, All Are Saved, which he performed for a special session of BTR Live Studio at the BTRhouse in Austin, Texas, while in town for SXSW.
This week's show is simply and instant classic! The first set starts of with some heavy hits from RAW PONY (Columbus), PROTOMARTYR (Detroit), ZOLTARS (Austin), and more! The second set goes into some more poppy territory with new tunes from Scott Deadelus (Dayton), Michael O. (SF), and Grant Cothrel (Dayton), plus older ones from show faves Dump and Franklin Bruno... You can't lose!
This week we've got a whole lot of good-natured indiepop, experimental guitar music, and a healthy dose of prodigious weirdo hometapers. It's all just so appealing and right-on-time. Brand new hits from greats like Grant Cothrel, Slum of Legs, Shy Boys, Titans of Filth, and more! This set is extremely lovable, so get ready... to fall head over heels! :)
DJRePete kicks off your midweek mix with alt from Mikal Cronin and Peach Kelli Pop, and electronica beats with Bob Moses and DJ Monkey. Plus, feeling nostalgic? A slew of throwbacks also awaits with My Teenage Stride and the Autumn Defense. And don’t miss a bloc off the brand new album by The Tallest Man On Earth. That’s your Wednesday start on BTR!
Yippee! New music AND old music today, and it's just in time for spring! We've got songs from Halo Benders, Bruising, Fred Thomas, Sir Victor Uwaifo, and more!
The Thursday Mix. April 30, 2015. Lottie@btrtoday.com
Fred Thomas performs songs from his new album "All Are Saved" live from the BTR house in Austin, TX!
Fred Thomas is a well-known, well-loved songwriter from the Ann Arbor/Ypsilanti area of Michigan. Though he's certainly gotten around in the music world, his work as the mastermind of weirdo-pop band Saturday Looks Good To Me is perhaps the best known. In addition to relentlessly writing and performing, he's a tireless supporter of his local music scene, runs labels, and cranks out perfectly idiosyncratic and compelling tunes. Solo and under his own name, he dropped by the BTRhouse backyard in Austin to sing some tuneful tales and chat about his work.
Sheer Mag. Ava Luna. Lapalux. Low Cut Connie. No Fancy. Sea Oleena. Fort Romeau. Et Aliae. The Field. And more...
Keeping it low and slow this week. But it's not a downer set, just a nice, relaxed vibe all the way thru. So get ready to chill out! Lo-fi "singer-songwriter" hits from Ahsraya Gupta, Dogs Only Gorgon Head, Boyhood, and so many more...
CJ Fly. Zula/annex. Fred Thomas. Indian Wells. user48736353001. LoneLady. Lee "Scratch" Perry and the Upsetters.
DJ Patrick K and Matt your other host react to songs from Fred Thomas, of Montreal, Young Guv, Mope Grooves, Childbirth and Cristoph El' Truento
of Montreal. Turn To Crime. Fred Thomas. $3.33. Cristoph El Truento. Doldrums. Indian Wells. Ricky Eat Acid. And more...
This week's show rules. We kick off with a rough-and-tumble set of punk and postpunk featuring Vatican Dagger (NOLA), Vanity (NYC), The Maneuvers (DC), it's really good stuff. THEN, we go pop crazy with tunes from The Orielles (UK), Walking Trails (NW US), Holmium (Sapporo), and so so many more! If you don't like this, I hate your guts.
Fred Thomas. James Holden. Lapalux. Ruth Garbus. Krill. Michael O. The King Khan and the BBQ Show. TheeSatisfaction. And more...
Wow. What a great episode... I can't even believe it! We start off with some good band-based music from bands like Red Red Kroovy (Melbourne), Static Rituals (Toledo), and Electric Waves (Guelph). And then (and this is where it gets crazy), we move on to some good solo-based music from solo artists like Icebeing (UK), Caffeine Drip (NY/NJ), and Fred Thomas (Ypsi). I seriously... I can't. It's too good.
This week's episode is a heavy one. Tracks from Bae Bro, Lightning Bug, Prince Harvey, Fred Thomas, Jib Kidder, & Summer Saints. It's good. Tune in.