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I’m sick and my throat hurts so it’s an all-supergroup mixtape today in honor of Super Week on BTR. Tune Up coming Wednesday…
Welcome to a Halloween edition of the Party Hour on BreakThru Radio. Tonight your host J.Dayz is in the mix with a continuous playlist of indie music. Get into the Halloween vibe with music from DeadMau5, Ghostland Observatory, Evil Nine and many others.
So huh, out here in NYC and I’ll say the east coast has been wet and stormy. So we here to bring some joy to the constant rain. Another ill mix of World Hiphop. Hard to fly in this turbulent weather but we gotta do it. If we have plane trouble we will cancel the trip but not the music. Maybe we can just sit on the tarmac for a couple of hours,, lol. No, not that. Just wait for the weather to clear. In the meantime rock to some joints during the delay. You can’t delay great music. So be patient, sit back and listen. Let’s go!!!
Made in the USA Week – Aspects of American culture, nature, and cuisine make our country truly unique. We’re proud to be American for many reasons, be it iconic photographs, jazz music, tater tots, or vast landscapes.
Festival season is rolling onward and going on this weekend is the Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival in Manchester, Tennessee. Tonight the Party Hour gives you a mix of music including a few artist from this years line up and also revisiting some of the acts that performed at last years festival. Music in the playlist includes tracks by Childish Gambino, twenty one pilots and Flying Lotus.
J.Dayz is back with an new mix show packed with independent music. Take a journey as he mixes it up with EDM, Hip Hop, Twerk, Dance-Pop and Remixes. A block of music with Chromeo and continuous mix for your weekend.
Kanye West and Adidas left many befuddled by their panty hose-centric fashion line.
A cop brings torture techniques from Chicago to Guantanamo, additional thoughts on Kanye West courtesy of Arthur Chu, and listener mail.
Inspired Week – A new app enables people to remember their dreams and input them in a global database.
We revisit our amazing interview with Ayesha Siddiqi on Kanye West, and spend a bunch of time on listener mail.

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