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Jonathan Rado
Your hump day mix with DJRePete gets funky with the latest from Nightmares on Wax, as well as new tracks by Islands, Adam Lareau, and Someone Still Loves You, Boris Yeltsin ahead of the start to their US tour. Plus a few throwbacks fitting nicely from The Apples In Stereo, Tycho, and retro beat set with Collective Efforts and Ugly Duckling. And expand your music discovery horizons with an international set from France’s Gipsy Kings. It’s DJRePete, getting you through the week’s hump!
DJRePete’s mix breaks thru with alt from The Lower 48, The Dirty Projectors, and Neko Case ahead of her much anticipated show at Radio City Music Hall. He’s also checking in with the latest albums from longtime BTR bands Islands and Nightmares on Wax, and hitting up a few throwbacks with Pepe Deluxé and The Helio Sequence. Plus, if you like Ben Folds, tune in to meet Adam Lareau. #URWelcome from DJRePete and BTR!
DJ Wynn highlights two NY bands you should become friendly with, The So So Glos and Zula, and he also spins new music from Bill Callahan, Jonathan Rado (of Foxygen), and Islands.
Today we review the debut solo album from Jonathan Rado, one of the lead members of Foxygen. Law and Order, an ambitious production, was released on September 3rd by Woodsist Records. Rado covers a variety of genres including soul, funk, garage rock, 60s psychedelia, country folk, and noise in the LP, giving a new twist to classic compositions. The albums, experimental at points, is a great display of his musical range and prowess in production.
Wednesday on BTR with DJRePete, get the barn burnin’ alt country fix you didn’t even know you had with the BTR debut of I’ll Be John Brown. Plus, hit up brand new alternative from The Dismemberment Plan and Jonathan Rado, electronica with CSS and Nightmares on Wax, and some lighter alternative from Julia Holter and She & Him. Also some worldly music discovery into the mix as well. Tune in to DJRePete on BTR!

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