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Walter Sickert & The Army Of Broken Toys
As the end of 2013 draws near, join DJRePete as he concludes his 2013 Best in Mix with Radical Face, Neko Case, Unknown Mortal Orchestra, CHVRCHES, Of Montreal… the list goes on! Plus, hit up info on a San Francisco NYE show, and two Australia-New Zealand festivals going down over the New Year. And for good measure, close the book on 2013 with a reflective, lyricless ballad by William Tyler. Revisit some of this year’s hits and discover new ones in this mix with DJRePete on BTR!
DJRePete hits the interweb airwaves on Wednesday with the BTR debut of self-described ‘vintage pop’ artist Jack Skuller, a few choice folk favorites by The Last Good Tooth as well as Walter Sickert & The Army Of Broken Toys, and blues with a dash of rhythm by spoken word artist Dr. John and Crazy Low Budget. Plus, hit up some Transatlantic festival info, a neat stardom story born out of a parental record store and nearby blues bar, and a clutch throwback set in honor of BTR’s 8th birthday! Quite a mix and quite a show for you; so get to it, Wednesday on BTR with DJRePete!
An eclectic mix awaits via DJRePete who’s carefully crafted lo-fi mix featuring Unknown Mortal Orchestra and the Dirty Projectors. Balancing the beat is a power electro rock set with the likes of Phoenix and a Ra Ra Riot remix, as well as fun folk with Walter Sickert & The Army Of Broken Toys. Plus a throwback set for good measure with Pepper Rabbit and The Pains of Being Pure At Heart. Go on, let your ears dance today with DJRePete and BTR!
DJRePete turns the calendar with a mix that’s sure to please the most diverse of musical palates. Tune in for the first signs of the annual Sasquatch Festival in George, WA, a set with a beat with Headnodic, and raw rock set infused with female vocals including the Dum Dum Girls and You Say Pary! We Say Die!. Also sandwiched into the roster, a blues set led by a Charles Bradley bloc off the new album Victim of Love. And on his birthday, DJRePete spins a self-indulgent folk set to get lost in, including the Night Beds and The Head and the Heart. Just a May Day mix on BTR!

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