BTRToday opens up your Wednesday with a new edition of the Listening Booth featuring upbeat alt from Dressy Bessy and Death by Unga Bunga, electronica by Teen and the High Highs, and folk alt via Villagers and Cian Nugent. And don’t miss the trippy fusion of Bibio and Tycho in a remix that’s sure to please. DJRePete is also getting you ready for Glastonbury in the UK by playing bands hitting the stage this weekend. And for good measure, hit up a track by Talisco as they kick-off the first of ten festivals they’ll be playing this summer! That’s your weekly dose of the Listening Booth with DJRePete on BTRToday!
The Listening Booth goes on the road today, with a playlist spanning the Northside Festival in Williamsburg + the Bonnaroo stages in Manchester Tennessee. Just in time for both, DJRePete is spinning a mix guide for festival goers and/or a playlist for those who want to attend vicariously. Hit up alternative from Jeff the Brotherhood and the Heliotropes, electronica crossover with Scam Avenue and Bob Moses, and blues-funk from Charles Bradley and Lettuce. Plus, catch a few populist b-side tracks from Chvrches and Two Door Cinema Club, as well as appropriate festival trippy goodness from Tame Impala and Michael Rault. It’s (sorta) officially summer, folks, in the Listening Booth with DJRePete on BTR!
Holy toledo School is OUT 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 with not going to school at all!
Wow! First set rocks with new tracks from Fauna Shade, Greys, Cate Le Bon, Synthetic ID, and more. THEN, the second set rolls with new tracks from Julianna Barwick, Mike Dillon, TEEN, and more, more more! It Rocks! It Rolls! It's The Rock Show on BTRtoday!
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!
DJRePete’s got your midweek music discovery with R&B from Mavis Staples, alt rock from Quilt, and choice throwback tracks from Bon Iver. Plus, as we approach the change in season in the states, hit up info on the upcoming Treefort and 35 Denton music festivals. Also, hit up album news and tour info from Charles Bradley, who headlines some rhythm and blues. And zen out with some jazz from the likes of the New York Art Quartet. That’s your diverse start to your music discovery Wednesday on BTR Today with DJRePete!
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.
We're keeping the ROCK going all weekend strong with new tunes from Porches, You Say Party, and Flowers. Plus hits from The Mantles, TEEN, Burnt Ones, and so many more. First set is moody pop, second set is a bit more rockin'!
DJRePete has your midweek fix with something for everyone. He’s spinning music before you can even buy it from Dressy Bessy and Prince Rama. Plus, tune in for hip hop from High Decibels, jazz with Paul Dunmall, and alt rock with The Len Price 3. Also, Ex Hex pops in for a cameo and to remind us that it’s never too early to start thinking Coachella. And for good measure, hit up a lyricless ballad from Cian Nugent. That’s your midweek mix with DJRePete on BTR!
Your midweek soundtrack on BTR starts with DJRePete. He’s spinning addictive, trippy alternative from Kelley Stoltz and Sunwolf, electronica crossover with High Highs and Line & Circle, and funk with Lettuce and Low Cut Connie. Plus, hit up a throwback by Irish-Indian mashup band Delhi 2 Dublin ahead of their appearance at this weekend’s Jaipur Literature Festival. And rewind a few years back for a throwback set spanning the globe and the BTR archives from Alan Wilkis to B. Fleischmann. All that and more on the Wednesday show with DJRePete!
It’s the weekend! It’s Saturday! The greatest day of the week! The only thing that’s better than having a day with no work is having a day with no work and great music. And that’s what we’ve got here for you today- an excellent Saturday playlist. And while you’re here, don’t forget to check out BTR on Facebook, Twitter, tumblr, Pinterest, Instagram, and SoundCloud!
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