We’re on part one of a two part Saturday Show today! I’m going over my favorite releases from 2015. Today’s show will be the last six months, and in two weeks will be the first six months of 2016. I hope you enjoy this musical recap of the year, and I also hope that you check out BTR on Facebook, Twitter, tumblr, Pinterest, Instagram, and SoundCloud.
Happy November! We’ve got a great show for you today. New tracks from Real Estate’s Martin Courtney, Shigeto, and Pictureplane. And don’t forget to check out BTR on social media- we’ve got great things for you to discover on Facebook, Twitter, tumblr, Pinterest, Instagram, and SoundCloud.
This week if you’re hung over you’re in luck! We chat with Shelley Buchanan, Bloody Mary connoisseur and founder of The Drunken Tomato!
Dig in this Sunday with an awesome 90 min long mix from DJ Drew on BTR
Sundays with DJ Drew – This week The Fresh & Onlys start it up, the double shot is filled with Panda Bear, Painted Palms and Craig Finn and the outro by Jessie Jones!
1973. That’s fourteen years of prison time after Delpha Wade killed a man who was raping her. She’d wanted to kill the other one too, but he got away. It’s hard to find a decent job, but Delpha’s persistence pays off. She lands a secretarial job with Tom Phelan, an ex-roughneck turned neophyte private eye. Delpha is smart, prison-wise, and together the two stumble into the dark corners of Beaumont, a blue-collar, Cajun-influenced town dominated by Big Oil. A mysterious client plots mayhem against a small petrochemical company — why? Searching for a teenage boy, Phelan uncovers the weird lair of a serial killer. And Delpha — on a weekend outing — looks into the eyes of her rapist, the one who got away. The novel’s conclusion is classic noir, full of surprise, excitement, and karmic justice.

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