Welcome to God Bless Weirdmerica! We’ve got a great lineup for you today- brand new music from The Galaxy Electric and You + Your D. Metal Friend, plus old favorites from Death Vessel and Here We Go Magic, and medium-new favorites from Kiran Leonard and Bell Orchestre. It’s all on the show today so make sure to stay tuned, and also sign onto Facebook and give BTR a like!
Happy Wednesday! We have some really cool music for you on God Bless Weirdmerica today. Even though we technically play New Weird America music, we’re kicking off the show with a string of non-American bands today, or at least bands who use international genres to create a new sound. It’s great sometimes to hear the traditions that some of the freak folk and even more popular indie bands today come out of. And don’t forget to follow BTR on Facebook, Twitter, tumblr, Pinterest, Instagram, and SoundCloud!
Happy Wednesday and welcome to another brand new God Bless Weirdmerica. I’ve got an eclectic mix for you today, and when I say eclectic on this show, that means everything from folk to really odd hip-hop to dreamy pop- pretty much anything as long as it’s strange in some way. Even if it’s a parody of a well-worn genre, like I might argue the Cass McCombs song I’m playing today is in a way, it fits in with this show. And don’t forget to check out BTR on Facebook, Twitter, tumblr, Pinterest, Instagram, and SoundCloud.
Have you downloaded BTR’s new app yet? If not, then you need to check it out ASAP! It’s such a great and easy way to find all of your favorite BTR shows and take them with you on your phone or on your iPad. You’ve gotta check it out. You’ve also got to check out today’s amazing show, with artists like The Blow, Prince Rama, and Roisin Murphy. You don’t want to miss it.
Happy Weird Wednesday! I really like today’s show. It’s all built around the delightfully lengthy centerpiece of Phantom Horse’s Amsel Variation. Fanning out from there we’ve got folk, crazy electronic, and of course, at least one Spencer Krug track with Sunset Rubdown’s Idiot Heart. We’ve got a good one. And don’t forget to head over to Facebook and give BTR a like!

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