Archive
Radiation City
Get your Tuesday music fix with two hours of tunes here on The Tryst. Enjoy this mix-genre set alongside your host, DJ Emily!
Two hours of your Tuesday are laid out. Enjoy The Tryst, featuring a special set focused on the Polyvinyl record label!
Take The Leap with DJ Wynn and hear music from Woods, Radiation City, The Range, Lushlife, and Kevin Morby.
Just some good, upbeat hits this week. Is it the latest? Is it the greatest? Is it both? Well you'll just have to tune in to find out!
Check it out, my dearies... It's a brand new episode of the ROCK SHOW. And lookey here, what do we have? Well it's new music from good people like A GIANT DOG, WILLIAM TYLER, LET'S EAT GRANDMA, and soooo many more!
Whoop. Another day, another dollar, another BTRtoday, another ROCK SHOW! You know it, baby! We got a whole lot of great new records in over the past few weeks, and you're about to hear some of them right now!
I know you love the ROCK SHOW on BTRtoday, and this week's episode is a perfect example of why. Take a look at the playlist. You get to hear cool new stuff from DOLLYS, WOODS, LA SERA, and so many more. All you gotta do is just push play. Go ahead!
Take The Leap with DJ Wynn and listen to new music from Woods, Kevin Morby, Lushlife, and Bibio.
First Sunday in April celebrated by DJ Drew on his Sunday show only on BTRToday.com and the new BTRToday App
We're really keeping things ROCKING on this week's episode. New music from Bob Mould, Bleached, The Thermals, and many other good ROCK music bands has really helped with this. Hope you like it.
Here we go! Bleeps n bloops pop music in the first set. Not very "rock," I know, I know... But we make up for it in the second set with some BIG ROCK TUNES. So keep your dang hat on!
The best of the best new tunes in rotation here on BTR! Enjoy this countdown of tracks getting the most play on BTRtoday this week.
Happy Saturday! We’ve got another great one for you on BTR today, with new tracks from exciting artists like Carter Tanton, Via Tania, and even Violent Femmes! They haven’t put out a new full album in 14 years! Plus, BTR has a brand new amazing website and a brand new amazing app, which you should go check out in the app store right now if you haven’t already. And don’t forget to give BTR a like on Facebook while you’re at it!
I am feeling very warm and lightly groovy when I listen to this mix. I hope you do too! Spring is coming up quick. This is a mix for that, OK. Hit tracks from The Mantles, Alex G, Part Time, FFS, the list goes on...
Alright it's Spring Break on BTR Today's Roadside Assistance, presented by United Airlines! Listen as 8 different BTR Today DJs present 8 different interpretations on what kind of soundtrack goes best sans school on a debaucherous trip to the beach!
Feast your ears on the 90-minute mix with music from Benji Hughes, Marlon Williams, and Okkervil River.
Counting down the best of the best new music currently in rotation here on BTRtoday! Enjoy this countdown alongside DJ Emily!
Finishing out the month with DJ Drew's Sunday Show on BTRToday.com with music from Thee Oh Sees, Animal Collective & Mavis Staples
Holy smokes, this is a good show today. We start off with new Animal Collective, which is always a reason to get excited, then we hear some good old fashioned California rock with Thee Oh Sees, we’ve got R&B, we’ve got violin rock- yeah, pretty much BTR has got it all. And while you’re listening, don’t forget to check us out on Twitter, tumblr, Pinterest, Instagram, and SoundCloud.
Check. It. Out. TEEN has a new record out and I'm gonna play the best song on it! You're also gonna hear new stuff from Porches, Thee Oh Sees, Radiation City, and a bunch more. It's sort of a laid-back vibe, but with a bit of tension/anxiety to balance things out. Like it.
Your Listen adventures on BTR Today open up with DJRePete and a 90 minute dose of electronica with Radiation City, folk with Night Beds, and international throwbacks from the likes of Angélique Kidjo. Plus, music before you can buy it from Tetherball, who is also dropping news of six—yes, six—total EPs being released in 2016. Tune in for the scoop on that. Plus, hit up BTR Today newcomer Susanna Rose and hear where you can see her at a house party this weekend. And if you’re in Boston, find out which long-time BTR Today band is rocking the MFA this Friday. That’s your Wednesday start on BTR Today with DJRePete!
DJ Wynn shares new music from Radiation City and The Besnard Lakes.
Allbook Books is pleased to announce the publication of Call them home by Gregory Alexander, a book over 2 years in the making. This is his debut volume of poetry. Gregory’s poems have a stream of consciousness style... evocative like a dreamscape... texturally and imagistically rich... layered with both subtle and direct emotions, and timely messages.
Hanabi finally scored a reservation to The Progress! The Progress is the sister restaurant to the much ballyhooed, and totally exceeds all such ballyhoo, State Bird Provisions. They are in fact neighboring restaurants. While State Bird serves their playful dishes dim sum style, The Progress’ menu changes daily and goes for a family style approach. It’s such a creative way to serve such creative food. For $58 a person, you get four different starters and you can choose four different larger items. It’s about as simple as it gets, but it’s also an exciting change from the standard service of individual plating for a tasting menu. Some of the hits of the evening would have to be the grilled octopus. Octopus is basically my favorite seafood. If it’s on the menu, I’m getting it! We also got down with some spot on mackerel crudo which was a perfect start to the meal. Since it can’t always be meat all the time, we opted for a celery root ravioli which came with a nice little apple puree. Delicious! We also have to brief you on a restaurant called The Lost Pelican. Where we has things like fried green tomatoes and a muffaletta. To finish it all up we riff on an article about pre-cut food. Work on those knife skills people!
Check it out! New tracks from Thee Oh Sees, Radiation City, Flowers, &c! Plus older hits from Ducktails, Saturday Looks Good to Me, and so many more!

recommendations