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On October 29th, 2013, the US Olympic Committee began their 100 day countdown to the 2014 Winter Olympic Games in Sochi, Russia. 56 Olympians, Paralympians, and 2014 hopefuls gathered in New York's Times Square to kick of the nationwide Road to Sochi Tour. The event included athletic demonstrations, autograph sessions, and interactive sports for fans to try. BreakThruTV’s Lauren Hawker spoke with athletes at the event as well as LGBT rights activists who were there to call for a boycott of the games in show of their disapproval of Russian President Vladimir Putin's anti-gay laws.
Party Hour 11/09/13 Welcome to the weekends best mix of indie music, The Saturday Night Party Hour Show on BTR! Tonight we recap the Aokify America Tour, give you the brand new track from Travie McCoy and a bunch of remixes from some of your favorite artist. With the holidays right around the corner, hear some gift suggestions for the music lover in your life. Plus we talk music news throughout the show. 00:00    J.Dayz 00:44    Jet Blue Jet (feat. Leftside, GTA, Razz & Biggy) - Major Lazer 03:48    Like The Dance Floor - A-Trak & Zinc featuring Natalie Storm 08:26    J.Dayz 10:48    Bring You to Life (Transcend) [feat. RAS] - Steve Aoki & Rune RK 15:59    Bonkers - Dizzee Rascal feat. Armand Van Helden 20:26    Beards Again - MSTRKRFT 24:35    BTR Show Promo 24:50    I Don't Care (Tommie Sunshine & MightyFools Remix) - Fall Out Boy 30:03    Still Into You (Riddler Remix) - Paramore 34:50    Vegas Lights - Panic! At The Disco 37:52    Look At Where We Are (Major Lazer Remix) - Hot Chip 44:16    Heads Will Roll (Kid Kamillion Trap Remix) - Yeah Yeah Yeahs 48:23    Dip - Danny Brown 51:40    J.Dayz 52:41    Rough Waters (Noodles Remix) - Travie McCoy 55:51    J.Dayz 58:06    Anyway - Duck Sauce 63:28    Finish Panic! At The Disco Nov 30        Hard Rock Hotel             Las Vegas, NV Dec 5        Verizon Theatre            Grand Prairie, TX Dec 09        Rams Head Live            Baltimore, MD Dec 10        Aragon Ballroom            Chicago, IL Dec 12        The Fillmore                 Detroit, MI Jan 14        Showbox SoDo            Seattle, WA Danny Brown Nov 09        Majestic Ventura            Ventura, CA Nov 10        Shrine Auditorium            Los Angeles, CA Nov 11        Club Red                Tempe, AZ Nov 22        Terminal 5                New York, NY Nov 23        Terminal 5                New York, NY Duck Sauce Jan 09        Holy Ship                 Miami, FL
What A SPOOKY Month! Government Shutdown! Pagans Tricking & Treating! Miley Cyrus! These Are The Cultural Events Tackled By Man-About-Town, Chaz Mannenheim, In the Newest Installment Of MONTH IN REVIEW!!! If You’re Ready To Think, Laugh, & Be Scared Then You’re Ready For This! CHAZ MANNENHEIM, NEWSMAN OF YESTERYEAR - MONTH IN REVIEW: OCTOBER 2013!!!!
Enter the world of Indie Music with a party vibe! The Party Hour Show features the latest single from DJ & Producer Diplo off of his new EP Revolution. We also got brand new music off the upcoming album from Panic! At The Disco. Plus a mix of sounds to get you going!
The Party Hour is packed with great music this weekend included brand new tracks from Diplo and the group Phoenix. Learn more about the new EP from Diplo and find out about a new music cruise featuring some big name acts. Music in the show includes tracks with Fun, Travis Barker, The Gossip and more.
Based in Victoria, British Columbia, Aidan Knight and his band play -- in their words, quoting the words of others -- "baroque" and "downtrodden" music. Don't let this mislead you -- though much of it is slow, or mellow, or quiet, there's a subdued sort of optimism going on just below the surface throughout many of these experimental folks songs. Sure, there's the sort of melancholy that comes from recording in a cabin in the woods, Bon Iver-style, but there's more to Aidan Knight than that. Here, he and the band play some songs and Aidan talks a bit about the songwriting and recording process.
On Thursday, August 29th, workers at fast food chains such as McDonald's and KFC conducted strikes and walkouts across the country, hoping for wage hikes that would boost their hourly pay to $15 from the current federal minimum of $7.25. In New York, local officials and politicians joined workers in Union Square to express their support for raising the minimum wage and the chance to unionize. BTR Pulse’s Lauren Hawker spoke with organizers and participants at the demonstration.
Fast food workers demand better wages in New York City and across America yesterday.
Kleenex Girl Wonder is the chameleon-esque stage name of one Graham Smith, a songwriter from the suburbs of Chicago who's been calling New York City his home for some time now. Beginning with a group of neighborhood friends and evolving into a shifting cast of players, KGW is a sort of indie rock institution, constantly experimenting while staying true to its time-tested formula. The current band features Smith on bass and vocals, Thayer McClanahan on guitar, and Matt LeMay on drums.
Turn the VOLUME UP! Its Saturday lets get the night going with some electro disco dance with Duck Sauce and individual tracks by A-Trak & Armand Van Helden. We keep the beats rocking with some Dance Hall and Dub tracks with MC Zulu and a Major Lazer Remix. Also a mix of Trap and Hip Hop throughout the show.
There are 15 precious weekends between Memorial Day and Labor Day for New Yorkers to let their hair down and soak up the sun. This week on BTR Pulse, Lauren Hawker asks people what their ideal summer weekend would be.
Tonight we got new music by Major Lazer and Duck Sauce in the show. Remixes that will get you hyped including the new twerk anthem Bubble Butt featuring Bruno Mars and 2 Chainz. Plus a great mix of music spanning a mix of genres.
Today's Party Hour Playlist look back at last weekends Bonnaroo Music Festival and give you a few acts that hit the stage out in Tennessee. We also talk other upcoming music festival including one that will feature a few legendary MC's coming back from the grave for a performance. Music in the playlist includes tracks by Penguin Prison, Santigold, Boys Noize and A-Trak.
CitiBike has officially launched in New York City. Meanwhile, New York is one of twenty-nine states in the U.S. with either no or limited laws requiring cyclists to wear helmets and some discussion has arisen about whether the city should implement its own mandatory helmet law for cyclists. Requiring helmets, however, may hamper efforts to promote cycling, some research shows. It it believed that the mandatory helmet law in Melbourne may be to blame for that city's failed bike share program. Elsewhere, Tel Aviv and Mexico City, hoping to spur greater ridership with bike sharing, recently repealed their own helmet laws. With bike travel now possible for thousands more tourists and residents, BTR Pulse’s Lauren Hawker asks people in New York -- including new CitiBike users -- their views on bike safety and helmet use, which is encouraged in NYC, but not mandatory.
A music mix for Memorial Day - enjoy the holiday!
BTR’s Matthew Demello and Jordan Reisman sat down with fitness guru and musician Cherie Lily and her husband, Andrew WK, a well-known musician and partier himself. The couple discussed their philosophies on life, partying, and fitness as well as their own relationship. Andrew WK’s recent selection to be a cultural ambassador for the US State Department –- which the department quashed before the gig even began -– was also explored.
With spring in full effect J.Dayz serves up a vibe on the Party Hour perfect for the season. We kick off the night with the single off the new album from Phoenix followed by a chill groove of indie rock and remixes. A block of hip hop featuring collaborations with Mac Miller, Wiz Khalifa and Gym Class Heroes. We also remember the late great MCA of the Beastie Boys. Plus another fire joint and collaboration with Major Lazer.
While Prince Rama is a band in the sense that it contains people making music, recording albums, and going on tour, there's a whole world of other activity going on with this Brooklyn-based group. Taraka and Nimai Larson have been experimenting with their music in different forms over the years in vastly different environs: living in ashrams, working for utopian architects, writing manifestos, and delivering lectures from pools of fake blood. They've used a clever blend of mysticism, technology, aerobics, and props, to build a constantly evolving world filled with inspiration and music.
Butter The Children is an NYC-based quartet, newly signed to Downtown Records that features members of Le Rug, Sweet Bulbs, and Night Manager (who were previously featured on Serious Business on BTR). The band blasts out satisfying post-punk/indie rock tunes that would make the perfect soundtrack to just about any flick revolving around road trips, wild parties, or young lovers. Keeping the tempos up and the guitars going wild, no moment is wasted with this band. Also, as they tell Travis here, they may be working on a concept record -- so there’s that.
Today, I talk about and play new songs from The RBC, Junip, No Joy and Slava. Plus, a brief conversation with Drew from The RBC that I recorded at Sullivan Hall in NYC on Saturday night.
Hello Again World and Welcome Back To The Party Hour on BreakThru Radio. This week several new releases came out, we discuss the new albums from Fall Out Boy, Major Lazer and The Yeah Yeahs. Give you blocks of music from some of your favorites and in the playlist threw in a few artist playing over at Coachella. And speaking on the new music front, I give listeners a taste of emerging artist MCKNZ.
Today, I talk about and play new songs from Lord RAJA, Thee Oh Sees, CaveWomen, Yolke, Lilacs & Champagne and High Highs. Also, a conversation with Zula about their favorite types of cookies.
Welcome to the Party Hour Coachella Edition. Where we packed the playlist with many of the artist set to hit the stage out at the countries biggest music festival. If you can't make it to California for the Live show then come join us on BreakThru Radio as we celebrate one of the most anticipated times of the year for music lovers!
Chrome Sparks. Cristoph El Truento. Jake Tobin. Zula. Ava Luna. Jamaican Queens. TNGHT. The Underachievers. Burial. Africa Hitech. The Besnard Lakes. Barn Owl. Boyfriend. And more...
Jamaican Queens. Zula. Real Estate. Daphni. My Bloody Valentine. Blanck Mass. Evian Christ. John Maus. The Cyclist. La Big Vic. Night Panther. And more...
Welcome To BreakThru Radio & The Party Hour. Giving you a great mix of music for your weekend with tracks by Cut Copy, Diplo, MC Zulu, Spank Rock and more! Indie, Dance, Pop, Reggae and Remixes all over the show. Plus we offer a TWITTER challenge to our listeners by adding and tweeting @DJJDAYZ " Give us more LAZER #PARTYHOUR " Find out the details in the show, along with tour news and upcoming music releases.
Sheryl Sandberg, the Chief Operating Officer of Facebook, has recently stirred discussion by suggesting in her new book, Lean In, that women should be more assertive when it comes to their careers. BTR Pulse’s Lauren Hawker spoke with four women in New York about success, leadership, and the role of women in the workplace.
Roomrunner is a Baltimore-based band known for heavy riffs, soaring hooks, and a hard-touring DIY attitude. The band members' backgrounds in math, punk, and noise-rock come together to form a solid base of primal, loud rock that's been bringing strong critical praise. In preparation for the release of their upcoming first LP, the band is on the road to SXSW to play their hearts out and grow their legion of noise-loving fans.
NYC indie rock band MiniBoone is the real-life mashup of the catchiest, spazziest, most heart-wrenchingly honest, tuneful bits of every one of your favorite bands, all happening at once. Live, they're an explosive ball of energy, all yelps and leaps and full on SICK RIFFS. Lovers of MiniBoone are crazy for the band, and rightfully so. Featured Song: “Baby, I Hope So” On MiniBoone Mountain is available from Drug Front Records. Complete radio broadcast and playlist: http://b-t-r.co/ZppTLR Watch MiniBoone performing “I Could, I Could,” previously on BTRtv: http://b-t-r.co/Ymz6ym Official website for MinBoone: http://www.miniboone.com/ Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/miniboone Twitter: @miniboone Upcoming tour dates: 3/2 @ Paper Box in Brooklyn, NY 3/7 @ The Golden West in Baltimore, MD 3/8 @ Warehouse in Norfolk, VA 3/10 @ The Black Lodge in Winston-Salem, NC 3/12 @ Kung Fu Necktie in Philadelphia, PA About Serious Business on BTR: Travis Harrison records bands for a living, so he knows how to get the best out of musicians. As the president of Serious Business, a recording studio and record label, Travis also knows the industry. Every week he invites musicians into his studio for funny, irreverent and seriously interesting interviews where anything goes. New episodes every Monday from BreakThru Radio. Watch more episodes of Serious Business on BTR on our Blip page: http://blip.tv/seriousbusinessonbtr
Pope Benedict XVI stunned the Roman Catholic Church and the rest of the world on February 11th when he announced he would be standing down at the end of the month. The German-born Benedict will be the first pope to resign in 600 years and cites his advanced age and deteriorating health as reasons for stepping down as leader of over one billion Catholics. This week on BTR Pulse, Lauren Hawker asks people their thoughts on the Pope and the Catholic Church.
To kick off Word Week, Latola debates with Jake and Patrick K about Pluto Rocks (a crowdsourcing contest to name two of Pluto's moons)
Dynasty Electric is an internationally-touring Brooklyn band making psychedelic electronic dance rock. Built on the foundation of Jenny Electrik's seductive vocals and featuring the production of Seth Misterka, their retro-futuristic pop sound falls somewhere between Madonna, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, and Jefferson Airplane. With the help of hip-hop mogul Damon Dash, the duo recorded with producer Ski Beatz and crafted an album of dance-pop gems, perfect for the New York nightlife scene. Hot off a massive remix project for their song "Golden Arrows," via Indaba Music, the band hit our studio to share some songs, and to chat with Maia about making the transition from an electronic duo to a larger group with more live elements, and the surreal experience of performing at Burning Man.
We're keeping things hot here in the month of February on the Party Hour Show. Tonight we talk about upcoming music festivals and also pack the show with a lot of the artist that will be performing. We also give you the scoop on some upcoming album release. Plus find out which artist in tonight's show did what many other people would like to do, punch Chris Brown in the face!
The Ravens and 49ers meet in Super Bowl XLVII on Sunday, February 3rd -- an historic battle that pits head coaching brothers Jim and John Harbaugh against each other. BTR Pulse’s Lauren Hawker visits bars devoted to both Baltimore and San Francisco fans to ask about their thoughts on the big game, as well as what they have planned for the day-long festivities of Super Bowl Sunday.
Enter The Party Hour on Break Thru Radio and get a dose of Indie Music for your weekend! The playlist is a mix of great music including tracks by Crystal Castles, Miike Snow, Penguin Prison and others! Find out which artists in tonight show will be hitting the road together and find out which group in the playlist has been nominated for several awards at this years upcoming Grammys
Happy New Year! I thought I'd take the opportunity, during this week of good intentions and resolutions, to talk with an expert in eco-fashion makeovers. Gretta Eagan - stylist, model, consultant, and founder of the fantastic FASHIONmeGREEN site and services - graciously gave me an hour of her time, and shared her thoughts on the past, and future, of sustainable style. Eagan's organization, FASHIONmeGREEN, couples as a great eco-fashion editorial site and your access to personalized "green" styling services and wardrobe makeovers. On today's show, Greta shares about charting the course to sustainable fashion in an era of skepticism, some practical tips for DIY green makeover, a few of her favorite brands and shopping sites, and some predictions for what's ahead in 2013. Plus, in honor of BTR's Look Back Week, I've assembled a count-down of my favorite tracks from the year. You'll hear music from Firehorse, Cate Le Bon, Tim Damien Jurado, Kopecky Family Band, and more. So sit back, sip your detox juice, turn up the volume, and learn how to detox your closet for 2013, on BreakThru Radio!

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