CMJ Day 2! And DJRePete starts your day with a mix exclusively comprised of bands playing the New York Music Marathon with alt by Bad Cop, addictive alt pop via Mood Rings, and electronica crossover with The Sounds. Plus, a pair of throwbacks by My Teenage Stride and Luke Temple of Here We Go Magic fame, as well as folky twang with festival vet Father John Misty and upstart I’ll Be John Brown. And tune in for three of the bands playing BTR’s CMJ Showcase this Saturday at Grand Victory with Eternal Summers, Bleeding Rainbow, and the Heliotropes! Get psyched for CMJ or live vicariously Wednesday with DJRePete and BTR!
DJRePete’s got your mid-week, mid-summer mix with a pre-purchase preview of Hot Chip’s new Dark & Stormy album. Plus, hit up fresh alternative from Part Time, alt rock with Crazy Pills and Swedish Suicide, and exclusive live cuts via the Serious Business and BTR Live Studio libraries from the likes of Dana Falconberry. And don’t miss the a visit to the Odditorium with Ashrae Fax, as well as the final edition of BTR yester-year throwbacks as DJRePete closes the book on BTR’s month-long 8th birthday celebration. All that in 90 minutes on your BTR Wednesday with DJRePete!
DJRePete is single hunting on the Wednesday edition of BTR, with brand new albums dropping from the Born Ruffians and the Generationals. Also among the mix, new trippy electro beats from Houses, alternative from English Singles, and a lo-fi track that belongs on vinyl by Dump. Plus, set your travel calendar with info on a pair of festivals in France and Budapest. And for good measure, a few choice throwbacks mixed in from the likes of Peter Bjorn & John and My Teenage Stride. How’s that for a spring-fresh mix on BTR with DJRePete?
CAKES & ALE - Hurray! They're back! It's been a few years since we had Cakes & Ale in the studio, but they've now change their lineup, and are back, for your, and our, delectation. Thanks to Ed for driving my 8 track reel to reel machine from London to Norwich! And make sure you stay tuned right to the end, to hear Ed tell a slightly naughty joke, hehe.. Hey, Whaddaya Say, Let's Radio!