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Welcome to The Party Hour 2016 Year in review. We take a look back at some of the music and artist that got our attention this past year. Music from Major Lazer, The Chainsmokers, twenty one pilots and Childish Gambino.
The Jazz Hole with Linus on Christmas Day, feat. Glenn Crytzer’s Savoy Seven, Eyal VIlner Big Band, Javon Jackson & Les McCann and others
An hour of jazz on today’s episode of The Jazz Hole with Linus, featuring artists Fred Hersch & Julian Lage, the Ted Nash Big Band and more
New tracks by Joe Benjamin And A Mighty Handful, The Grand St. Stompers, the Eyal Vilner Big Band and more on today’s episode of The Jazz Hole
Today’s episode of The Jazz Hole with Linus includes music by Andrew Downing, Sofia Ribeiro, Gerald Clayton, Alexis Cuadrado and many others
Today on the show we’re honoring Sharon Jones, plus a new track from Thee Oh Sees…
Enjoy some new tracks by modus factor and by the Simone Daclon Trio on today’s episode of The Jazz Hole with Linus
Welcome to The Party Hour on BTRtoday.com. Today we celebrate the life of Sharon Jones, an amazing & soulful singer who passed away last week. Also in the playlist a mix of indie music including double tracks from Childish Gambino, Penguin Prison and A-Trak
Norbert Stachel, LehCats, Plucky Strum, the New York Gypsy All-Stars and much more on today’s episode of The Jazz Hole with Linus
Check out today's episode of The Jazz Hole with Linus featuring tracks by Snaggle, Nick Sanders & Logan Strosahl, Patrick Zimmerli and more
Brilliant composer and drummer Matt Slocum talks about his new album Trio Pacific, Vol. 1 on today’s episode of The Jazz Hole with Linus
On the essence of nature and nurture, moving to Nashville, and becoming a warrior of acceptance.
The Jazz Hole host Linus Wyrsch talks to the acclaimed jazz star Delfeayo Marsalis, whose new album “Make America Great Again!” just came out.
Noelle Tannen & The Filthy No-Nos take you on a musical journey of sultry and feisty vocals with blues, soul, funk, and rock’n’roll infused melodies. Check out their newest album here!
Music from four brand new albums (Philippe Lemm Trio, The Westerlies, A.G.N.Z. and The Wee Trio) on today’s episode of The Jazz Hole with Linus
Brand new tracks by the Alex LoRe Quartet and by Andrew Downing plus much more on today’s episode of The Jazz Hole with Linus
Introducing new albums by Ben Wendel, the Huntertones, Ricardo Grilli and much more on today’s episode of The Jazz Hole with Linus
Brand new music by Rale Micic, Shirantha Beddage, Eric St-Laurent and much more on today’s episode of The Jazz Hole with Linus
Children’s music artist Lucy Kalantari talks about her album “Big Things” with The Jazz Hole host (and the album’s clarinetist) Linus Wyrsch
New tracks from the Novas Trio, plus Mika Mimura, KJ Denhert, The Clayton Brothers and other highlights on today’s episode of The Jazz Hole
Jamil Rashad, aka Boulevards, is the funk master, R&B god of the big city. He has the power to make any crowd melt their troubles away and swing their hips.
The Jazz Hole’s host Linus Wyrsch talks to Claude Diallo about their common duo album and to Gizem Gokoglu about her composition Hayir
Iris Ornig is interviewed on today’s episode of The Jazz Hole plus tracks by the Novas Trio and by Claude Diallo & Linus Wyrsch
The Jaunt is a mix of the latest album releases and newest artists from cities big and small around the globe.
If you're looking for some true-blue rock'n'rollers, here they are: The Mystery Lights is a concoction of blues, punk, psych, and garage rock that creates some of the best tunes you'll hear all year!
The Jaunt is a mix of the latest album releases and newest artists from cities big and small around the globe. On today's episode, you'll be hearing brand new songs from White Night Heliotropes, Bill & Murray and more. Plus I'll be featuring artists from places like Tel Aviv, Israel, Belgrade, Serbia, and Greensboro, North Carolina.
Meet Julie Rhodes, the blues singer taking Americana music to a place it desperately needs to go. BTRtoday speaks with her backstage between shots of tequila and live sets of rock and roll!
The Jaunt is a mix of the latest album releases and newest artists from cities big and small around the globe. On today's episode, you'll be hearing brand new songs from SWIVS, Big Thief and Beth Orton. Plus I'll be featuring artists from places like Austin, Texas, Asheville, North Carolina,Belgrade, Serbia and more!
Hey, have you heard about the new BTRtoday app? You can get it in your Apple devices (BTR)today! Also, playing summertime classic hit songs from LEE MOSES, SE ROGIE, POV VANNARY, and so many more!
The Thursday Show for the very first Thursday in March features brand new music by Choir or Young Believers, Charles Bradley, Deep Throats, Dutch Party, Carter Tanton and more! You'll also hear a song off of We Can Do Anything, the ninth studio album by Violent Femmes - their first since 2000.
BTRtoday catches up with New York based band 'Nuf Said to chat about the evolution of their new album, "Rise," and fanning each other with cardboard.
The Thursday Show for February 11, 2016.
This week, Jason talks about unintentional exhibitionism in front of a British postal worker, and listen out for new corkers from Thee Jezebels and our very own "Bradders" himself, Mr Charles Bradley. Plus a few more from the new James Hunter Six LP, and The Magnificent Tape Band. Oh boy! I can't wait! Can you?
The Thursday Show for February 4, 2016 brings you a reworked version of a classic album by John Cale, one of the founding members of The Velvet Underground. Here is some more info from the label, Domino Records: In 1982 John Cale released his solo album Music For a New Society. Now, M:FANS- a rework of that album is a fully remastered version of the original album with and additional three unreleased bonus tracks. During the making of M:FANS, Cale found himself loathing each and every character written about in the original recording sessions but unearthing those tapes reopened those wounds. It was time to decimate the despair from 1981, breathe new energy and re-write the story.
This week, Jason thrills you with an explanation of how reverb is made. Plus, lots of great songs, including a few from the new James Hunter Six LP, and The Magnificent Tape Band. Oh boy! I can't wait! Can you? How will it all turn out???
This week, Jason has some great, finely-matched pairs of songs, from all over the globe. USA, the UK, Spain, Nigeria, Portugal, and possibly one more. So, put on your globe-trotting shoes, and don't forget to let me know where you bought them; as I didn't know that they were a real thing. I just use standard hiking boots. What a loser..
Hey everyone, takin' a break from new stuff this week to bring you this killer set of KOOL KLASSICS! We got hits from the ages, from The Upsetters to The Riviares to Peaking Lights, and more! You're gonna looooooove it, or your money back!
This week, Jason has more songs than the Eurovision Song Contest, minus a bunch of songs. There genuinely is a fantastic variety of styles in today's show though, even if it doesn't quite live up to Eurovision's sheer entertainment value. We definitely make up for that in quality. One of the best shows we've ever done. Yes.
This week, Jason has a plethora of emotions in store for your tiny little brains. Let's see if you can cope with the sheer magnitude of, erm, emotions (dammit, already used that word in this description..), that the, erm, oh, whatever.
Sweet Spirit began as a sort of side project for Austin’s Sabrina Ellis. Launched as a more country and soul-inspired singer-songwriter outlet to balance the wild, punk side of her musical life in the band A Giant Dog, the project quickly changed course, as her AGD bandmate Andrew Cashen joined, and the duo recruited more players to fill out their new songs. Now, a full on wild party of sound onstage -- not to mention, buzzy as hell thanks to praise from Austin heroes Spoon -- Sweet Spirit is dominating their local scene and getting attention nationwide. They reigned the chaos in just enough to rock out for this session at Serious Business Music in DUMBO in the midst of a stop in town for the annual CMJ Music Marathon.
This week, Jason has a New Year's Special for you. Well, sort of. Occasionally he mentions that it's a different year now.. Still, the music is sooper dooper top notch heavy dooty stuff, so what's not to like?

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