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DJRePete’s at the controls kicking off your BTR Wednesday with alt via Bishop Allen and Ty Segall, electronica crossover with a bloc by Literature, and a reflective track by The History Of Apple Pie. Plus, if you’re downunder this month, DJRePete’s got you covered previewing a slew of shows across Australia including this weekend’s Festival of the Sun. And tune in for a sneak preview of his upcoming Best in Mix shows to close out 2014. That’s your BTR start with DJRePete!
DJ Wynn shares 3 of his 10 favorite albums of 2014, featuring music from Sylvan Esso, Ava Luna, Slow Club, Strand Of Oaks, and Hospitality.
Inching you closer to your holiday weekend in the states, DJRePete has your pre-Thanksgiving mix including, appropriately, Big D & the Kids Table as well as some family values with BTR newcomer Energy Slime. Plus, high energy rock blocs by Team Spirit and King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard. And don’t miss a pair of blues artists with upcoming shows at NYC’s famed Apollo Theater: Naomi Shelton & The Gospel Queens and The Budos Band. So hit up DJRePete as he thankfully gets you 90 minutes closer to the long weekend on BTR!
BTR starts your Wednesday with DJRePete who’s got more from the latest album by Lia Ices, while Hiss Golden Messenger continues to make a case for a genre he’s calling “autumn.” Plus trippy goodness with My Brightest Diamond, some throwbacks via Bibio and Unknown Mortal Orchestra, and an electronica disco pop start to the day with Saint Pepsi. And don’t miss a few festival previews in California and Mexico. That’s your Wednesday start on BTR with DJRePete!
DJRePete is spinning an all new mix today with the latest from Lia Ices and My Brightest Diamond. Plus, zone out with some beats from the likes of Les Sins, hit up rock alt by Field Mouse, and get into the autumn season with a ballad by Holy Ghost Tent Revival. And don’t miss an instrumentally rich track by Marketa Irglova that’s sure to please. Consider your Wednesday soundtrack solved via DJRePete and BTR!
Today on Sew & Tell, I am delighted to bring you a great interview with Emily Spivack, author of the newly published Worn Stories and curator of the project Sentimental Value. Both focus on the deeply personal relationship that people have with clothing - the emotional connections, stories, and significance that form our attachments to what we wear. When I spoke with Emily two years ago, the two projects were documented primarily as blogs; now, Emily has created a beautiful selection of 67 narratives recorded in the Worn Stories book, and her Sentimental Value collection is on display in art exhibits throughout the country. I had a chance to catch up with her this week and in today’s follow-up interview, you’ll hear from Emily about the growth of development of these two projects, some of the things she’s learned and observed through her work about emotional connections to clothing, her own “happiest garment,” and more. Plus, I’ve got a great, emotive playlist for you including brand new music from Electric Youth, Holy Ghost Tent Revival, Slow Club, and Sloan, along with tracks off the latest from Little Lapin, Sean Rowe, and Christopher Denny. So join us for a moving hour of fashion, music, and emotion, right here on BreakThru Radio!
Last week I hit my five year anniversary, so I guess it's time to sit back and rest upon my laurels... NOT! I've got my eyes on the FUTURE, I'm not stuck in the past. And I've got the TUNES to prove it!
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Photay. Wavelengths. strangehead. Les Sins. Rustie. Krill. Markaria Rho. Slow Club. Jacco Gardner. Timber Timbre. And more...

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