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Ava Luna is a unique seven-piece from Brooklyn, whose music has been compared to the Dirty Projectors and TV On The Radio. Their songs — featuring elements of pop, R&B, and post-punk — are an impressive musical collage: soulful crooning and 60s girl-group harmonies interspersed between funky hooks and punk noise. Here, for a special SXSW edition of BTR Hear & There, a few band members speak with BTR’s Matt Lehtola and perform “A Year Of Mirth” inside their tour van.
You may not have had the chance to head to SXSW, but thanks to Twitter, you could practically feel like you'd experienced last week’s musical insanity firsthand.
It's the Saturday of SXSW! What a huge day! You could go all the way to Austin to check out all the latest buzzbands, or you could stay where you are and listen to BTR! I know which one I'd do -- BTR! And make sure to stay up to date by following us on Facebook and Twitter.
We've got a bunch of Brooklyn's best kept secrets on the show today.  Check out tracks from Xray Eyeballs and Colleen Green.  Also, make sure to stay tuned for more details about BTR Today- some exciting new changes happening to the website!  And follow us on Facebook and Twitter to get all of the latest BTR updates. 
Spring Break is here!! It's time to hit the beach, and break out all those bright colors and short hem lines that have been hibernating in the back of the closet. This season's spring fashions are in full-on party mode, with bright jewel tones and soft pastels in every designer's collection. Miami's Daniella Ivana Sredni is no exception - her brand new line, Aquarius, is right on trend with pops of coral, turquoise and lime, boldly contrasting tribal prints paired with black-and-white basics. But Daniella's pieces offer a new twist on resort wear: these beach pieces can be worn on dry land, too! Dresses that will take you from brunch to beach towel to bar, and pants that are equally at home by the poolside or browsing the farmer's market, Aquarius lets you take the spirit of spring break with you, wherever you are. On today's show, Daniella talks with us about her sunny aesthetics, her degree from Parsons, and some exciting upcoming adventures for Aquarius! And today's playlist is sunny, too, full of new music from M. Ward, The Magnetic Fields, Denison Witmer, Radiation City, Sean Bones, and more! So get out your straw hat, find those flip flops, and relax with gorgeous new styles for a sizzling spring break!
It’s a film quietly generating attention through cult followers, hindering on the verge of mass acclimation, and trapped in limbo between Hollywood logistics and creative divinities.

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