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The Party Hour is giving you a continuous mix for your weekend including the latest and newest tracks from the indie scene. New music from A-Trak, Major Lazer, Gent & Jawns and TroyBoi featuring Diplo and Nina Sky. Plus find out what artist may be taking a run for presidency in the near future.
Tonight the Party Hour Show is packed with a high energy playlist giving you a continuous mix of music for your Saturday night. We have a block of music from A-Trak plus his new single “We All Fall Down.”
We close out the month of August by looking back on this summers biggest indie tracks. I also recap the Mad Decent Block Party Dallas, find out which artist held it down the most. Plus we give you a great playlist packed with the best in independent music.
When you think about most reality TV shows these days, it seems as though there’s very little “reality” involved. But this week’s guest is using the vehicle of reality television to pull back the curtain on the fashion industry and reveal the often terrible truths behind our clothes. Anne Kari Garberg is the creator and co-producer of Sweatshop: Deadly Fashion, a new Norwegian reality series that offers viewers a glimpse of the garment industry in Cambodia through the eyes, experiences, and discoveries of three Norwegian teenagers. On today’s show, Anne talks about the concept for Sweatshop, the casting process and how they found their three lead subjects, what her experience of Cambodia was like and how it changed her own fashion habits, what she hopes viewers will take away from the series, plans for Sweatshop Season 2, and more. Plus, I’ve got a real dose of indie music for you in today’s mix, including songs from Beach House, Tweedy, Sean Rowe, and brand new material from UK pop artist Little Boots. So join us as we expose the reality behind fast fashion’s shiny facade, here on BTR’s Sew & Tell.
A man in love with his Minimoog and chopping up cellos
Brooklyn-based producer Richie Quake’s new aptly named single, “Slow Down”, is the type of track you put on when you’re deflating from a rager in the wee hours of the morning or basement chillin’ with some whiskey after a long day. BTR sits down with Richie Quake to expand on the definition of "dark pop" and annoy him to release an EP.

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