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DJRePete closes out the year with part 2 of his ‘best-in-mix’ 2011. Tune in for alternative from Bright Eyes and You Say France and I Whistle, mellow tracks with Bon Iver and The Head and the Heart, and electronica crossover via Thomas Tantrum and Pepper Rabbit. Plus more New Year’s Eve shows to highlight for any last minute concert goers, and the festivals abound as summer hits full swing down under. Ride out 2011 with this eclectic mix on BTR with DJRePete!
On this special episode of Serious Business on BTR, host Travis Harrison is joined by a panel of music fanatics to look back on their favorite albums of 2011. Meet the panelists… – Matt Gross runs the music blog A Heart is a Spade – George Flanagan is in the band El Jezel and an organizer of events at Fort Useless – Maia Macdonald is a BTR DJ, host of BTR Live Studio, and a musician in the band Mitten – Phil Nguyen is a BTR DJ, frequent guest host of BTR Live Studio, and a BTR video editor – Jeremiah McVay heads up BTR’s video team and organizes music events at Fort Useless
On this special episode of Serious Business on BTR, host Travis Harrison is joined by a panel of music fanatics to look back on their favorite albums of 2011.
DJRePete’s all about the mix today on your BTR Wednesday, breakin’ thru with an enlightened blend to get your day started. Tune in for new alternative from Gregory Pepper & His Problems and Malajube, rock from the Dum Dum Girls and Love is All, and beats from Theophilus London and Amanda Blank. Plus, intermixed for fun, a few throwbacks from the likes of Sleeping In The Aviary, Hollerado, and the Violens. Check in with some new and vintage (?) today with DJRePete on BTR!
This week, we present “Smash Hits, Vol. 2,” the second installment of some of our favorite moments from Serious Business on BTR.
Mitten joins Travis in the studio to share great, lounge-tinged electro-pop tunes and talk all things capes. The split Boston-New York group of Joanna Katcher and Maia Macdonald capture an intensity within subtlety, and bring a very happy outlook into the Serious Business studio.

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