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DJRePete closes out 2016 in the Listening Booth a Best In Mix (part 2) spinning R&B-rock fusion w/Xenia Rubinos + remembering Sharon Jones..
The Jazz Hole with Linus on Christmas Day, feat. Glenn Crytzer’s Savoy Seven, Eyal VIlner Big Band, Javon Jackson & Les McCann and others
An hour of jazz on today’s episode of The Jazz Hole with Linus, featuring artists Fred Hersch & Julian Lage, the Ted Nash Big Band and more
New tracks by Joe Benjamin And A Mighty Handful, The Grand St. Stompers, the Eyal Vilner Big Band and more on today’s episode of The Jazz Hole
The Dan Pugach Nonet on today’s episode of The Jazz Hole Live with Linus, with a set recorded at the Williamsburg Music Center in Brooklyn, NY.
Today’s episode of The Jazz Hole with Linus includes music by Andrew Downing, Sofia Ribeiro, Gerald Clayton, Alexis Cuadrado and many others
Listen up for more off the new albums by The Seams, Sam Kogon, and Mo Douglas on this week's edition of the Listening Booth on BTRToday!
Enjoy some new tracks by modus factor and by the Simone Daclon Trio on today’s episode of The Jazz Hole with Linus
Norbert Stachel, LehCats, Plucky Strum, the New York Gypsy All-Stars and much more on today’s episode of The Jazz Hole with Linus
Brand new tracks on today’s show from Monomyth and Bolognans His Clancyness plus Thanksgiving songs and old faves from Blitzen Trapper…
Today’s episode of The Jazz Hole with Linus features interview guest Ted Nash talking about his new album “Presidential Suite” and more.
New York City is stacked when it comes to shows tonight, so we’re playing tracks from acts you can catch live like The Thermals, Thee Oh Sees, and Marissa Nadler!
Check out today's episode of The Jazz Hole with Linus featuring tracks by Snaggle, Nick Sanders & Logan Strosahl, Patrick Zimmerli and more
Brilliant composer and drummer Matt Slocum talks about his new album Trio Pacific, Vol. 1 on today’s episode of The Jazz Hole with Linus
The Jazz Hole host Linus Wyrsch talks to the acclaimed jazz star Delfeayo Marsalis, whose new album “Make America Great Again!” just came out.
Comedy from Tig Notaro, new tunes from Ana Lete, and an old favorite from Laura Marling. And much more…
On the future of funk, mariachi-playing dinosaurs, and what it takes to manage a large band.
Noelle Tannen & The Filthy No-Nos take you on a musical journey of sultry and feisty vocals with blues, soul, funk, and rock’n’roll infused melodies. Check out their newest album here!
Music from four brand new albums (Philippe Lemm Trio, The Westerlies, A.G.N.Z. and The Wee Trio) on today’s episode of The Jazz Hole with Linus
Check out a live set from the 55 Bar by the NYC-based band Walking Distance on this month’s BTR The Jazz Hole Live with Linus
Brand new tracks by the Alex LoRe Quartet and by Andrew Downing plus much more on today’s episode of The Jazz Hole with Linus
Introducing new albums by Ben Wendel, the Huntertones, Ricardo Grilli and much more on today’s episode of The Jazz Hole with Linus
Brand new music by Rale Micic, Shirantha Beddage, Eric St-Laurent and much more on today’s episode of The Jazz Hole with Linus
Children’s music artist Lucy Kalantari talks about her album “Big Things” with The Jazz Hole host (and the album’s clarinetist) Linus Wyrsch
New tracks from the Novas Trio, plus Mika Mimura, KJ Denhert, The Clayton Brothers and other highlights on today’s episode of The Jazz Hole
Jean-Michel Pilc recorded live at Laure Mayoud’s home in Lyon, France, plus two album tracks on this month’s BTR The Jazz Hole Live
The Jazz Hole’s host Linus Wyrsch talks to Claude Diallo about their common duo album and to Gizem Gokoglu about her composition Hayir
Iris Ornig is interviewed on today’s episode of The Jazz Hole plus tracks by the Novas Trio and by Claude Diallo & Linus Wyrsch
New tracks from Morgan Guerin, Julian Waterfall Pollack, SPACEPILOT and a lot more on today’s episode of The Jazz Hole.
Pedro Giraudo Big Band (featuring Sofia Tosello) recorded live at Blue Note Jazz Club in NYC on this month’s BTR The Jazz Hole Live
BTRtoday explores the origins and success of the word cool and how the development and use of slang is innate to our linguistic nature.
Get thee to the Listening Booth today where DJRePete is spinning high energy alt from Dutch Party and Hey Marseilles, and electro bloc by Tenniscoats, and some lighter alt via Quilt and Damien Jurado. Plus, some choice throwbacks mixed in from Noah and the Whale, Passenger, and Justin Vernon’s two bands: Bon Iver and Volcano Choir. Also hit up bands playing this weekend’s Firefly Festival in Dover Delaware as well as the Best Kept Secret Festival in the Netherlands. And in this week’s spotlight, get lost with some trippy jazz freestyle from the likes of the Sunwatchers. That’s this week’s midweek fix with DJRePete on BTRToday!
This month’s episode of BTR The Jazz Hole Live with Linus features a great set by the Sam Trapchak Quartet performed at LIC Bar in Queens, New Yok on February 2nd, 2015. Sam Trapchak (bass, compositions), Jeremy Powell (tenor sax), Jeff Miles (guitar) and Nick Anderson (drums).
DJRePete debuts The Listening Booth today with some music discovery and a spotlight on Record Store Day! Hit up an eclectic mix of alternative from Aurora and music before you can buy it from Prism Tats. Plus, get your shopping list ready for Saturday’s 9th annual Record Store Day with a spotlight playlist of bands releasing new works this weekend. Sample music in the Listening Booth from the likes of Radical Face, Chvrches, and Blitzen Trapper. And don’t miss some of the jazz and blues talent with new album drops this weekend, including Sun Ra and Eli "Paperboy" Reed. That’s your inaugural Listening Booth mix with DJRePete on BTRtoday!
An eclectic mix awaits your LISTEN start to your BTRtoday Wednesday. DJRePete’s spinning a mix of electronica with Prince Rama and Saint Pepsi, punk via Adult Books and Feels, and alt with Susanna Rose and Tetherball. Plus, Zach Brock headlines a jazz set with a seasonally appropriate track. Also tune in for info on a band playing an upcoming in-store show at Amoeba records. And baked in are some throwbacks from the Dum Dum Girls, Dimestore Mystery, and Okkervil River. Something for everyone to start on BTRtoday with DJRePete!
DJRePete’s got your midweek music discovery with R&B from Mavis Staples, alt rock from Quilt, and choice throwback tracks from Bon Iver. Plus, as we approach the change in season in the states, hit up info on the upcoming Treefort and 35 Denton music festivals. Also, hit up album news and tour info from Charles Bradley, who headlines some rhythm and blues. And zen out with some jazz from the likes of the New York Art Quartet. That’s your diverse start to your music discovery Wednesday on BTR Today with DJRePete!
BTRtoday catches up with New York based band 'Nuf Said to chat about the evolution of their new album, "Rise," and fanning each other with cardboard.
DJRePete has your midweek fix with something for everyone. He’s spinning music before you can even buy it from Dressy Bessy and Prince Rama. Plus, tune in for hip hop from High Decibels, jazz with Paul Dunmall, and alt rock with The Len Price 3. Also, Ex Hex pops in for a cameo and to remind us that it’s never too early to start thinking Coachella. And for good measure, hit up a lyricless ballad from Cian Nugent. That’s your midweek mix with DJRePete on BTR!
BTR chats with the lead singer of Tenement about their double LP, “Predatory Headlights.”

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