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!
00:00 DJ Emily
01:05 Last Mystery Train – Jenny Gillespie
06:45 Move Systems – Georgia vs Stella Warpaint
10:47 Dirty Birdies – Dressy Bessy
14:35 Turned The Heat Off – Mirah
18:21 DJ Emily
18:54 Snowbound – Susanna Rose
21:48 Old Broken Heart – Susanna Rose
26:13 Working Girl – Susanna Rose
30:22 Song To Myself – Susanna Rose
35:20 Ancient History – Susanna Rose
39:25 DJ Emily
39:35 French Kiss – Sleep Thieves
43:23 Blue Dream – Orenda Fink
47:50 Bad Girls – The Ghost Ease
51:05 The End – The Jezabels
55:02 DJ Emily
55:47 Pulse – Gossling
Photo by Caroline Yoder from Starlight Girl’s Facebook.
BTRToday kicks up your Wednesday with a mix from DJRePete including funk with Lettuce and The James Hunter Six, soul with Betty LaVette, and electronica crossover with the High Highs and Aidan Knight. Plus, music before you can buy it from Talisco, info on the OkeeChobee Festival—which is fun to say—and an alt throwback set with the likes of The Clientele and Almost Charlie. Hit up your weekly dose of DJRePete and BTRToday!
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