1. The Hash

    This week on The Hash, DJs Molly and Dane are joined by DJ Jordan to discuss Straight White Boys Texting. Then, Molly and Dane delve into a Refinery29 article regarding overbearing parents. The show wraps with a brief analysis of the stereotypes surrounding men who want nice girls and women who want bad boys. For more on the film discussed in the last segment, check out this episode of Scotch & Cinema.

  2. ENCORE: George Gordon - Spit Take Comedy [ep4]

    Episode 4 of Spit Take Comedy is a straight up George-fest! George invites hilarious comedian George Gordon to talk about their shared distaste for their own name, the strange world of cover bands and who to invite to the perfect brunch. Be sure to check out the mannered and anecdotal standup of George Gordon!

    Official website for Spit Take Comedy: http://spittakecomedy.com
    Facebook: http://facebook.com/spittakecomedy
    George Flanagan on Twitter: @georgejezel

    George Gordon on Twitter: @GeorgePGordon3

    Find out more about BTRtv’s programs at btrtoday.tv

  3. sleaterkittey:



    Jodie Smith by Abby Rose

    Giving me young Naomi teas..

    i am ded

    (via witchcraft-y)


  4. BTR Found Sound Week of 8/25- 8/28

    BTR Found Sound


    Monday 8/25

    The June Brides- Being There

    Tuesday 8/26

    The Como Mamas- Out of the Wilderness

    Wednesday 8/27

    Katrina Stonehart- A Two 

    Thursday 8/28

    PART TIME- In This Life I Live for You


  5. Sometimes you need a balloon to remind you what you’re supposed to be doing. Take the message to heart with Party Hour hosted by DJ J Dayz! Only on BTR Nights. 


  6. #TuneUp with The Music Digest

    The Music Digest

    On this week’s edition we’re rockin’ rude tunes from rude rockin’ dudes like Ty Segall, Photay, Milk Dick, B1ack Boy, and more!

    The Soundcarriers - Entropicalia

    Photay - No Sass

    Milk Dick - It Grows on You

    B1ack Boy - [a.loner’s.lullaby]

    Robyn Hitchcock - The Man Upstairs

    Ty Segall - Manipulator


  7. #TuneUp with In The Den

    Today I talk about, read interview excerpts with and play music from Abhi//Dijon, Ty Segall and Lindsay Lowend

    EP art



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    Manipulator art

    Ty Segall


    06/12 - Manchester, TN @ Bonnaroo
    08/23 - Los Angeles, CA @ FYF Fest
    08/28 - Los Angeles, CA @ Echo
    08/29 - Los Angeles, CA @ Echo
    08/30 - Los Angeles, CA @ Echo
    08/31 - Los Angeles, CA @ Echo
    09/03 - Tucson, AZ @ Club Congress
    09/04 - El Paso, TX @ Lowbrow Palace
    09/05 - Austin, TX @ Mohawk Outside
    09/06 - New Orleans, LA @ One Eyed Jack’s
    09/07 - Memphis, TN @ Hi Tone
    09/08 - Nashville, TN @ Mercy Lounge
    09/09 - Atlanta, GA @ The Earl
    09/10 - Tallahassee, FL @ Club Downunder (FSU)
    09/11 - Miami, FL @ The Stage
    09/12 - Tampa, FL @ Epic Problem (Skatepark of Tampa)
    09/13 - Athens, GA @ Georgia Theatre
    09/14 -Durham, NC @ Motorco Music Hall
    09/15 - Washington, DC @ 9:30 Club
    09/17 - New York, NY @ Webster Hall
    09/19 - Allston, MA @ Great Scott
    09/20 - Montreal, QC @ Pop Montreal at Club Soda
    09/21 - Toronto, ON @ Danforth Music Hall
    09/22 - Detroit, MI @ Trinosopes
    09/23 - Chicago, IL @ Thalia Hall
    09/24 - St. Paul, MN @ Turf Club
    09/25 - Omaha, NE @ The Waiting Room
    09/26 - Denver, CO @ Bluebird Theater
    09/27 - Salt Lake city, UT @ Urban Lounge
    09/28 - Las Vegas, NV @ Beauty Ba
    10/09 - La Rochelle, FR @ La Siréne
    10/21 - Paris, FR @ La Cigale
    10/22 - Toulouse, FR @ Bikini
    10/23 - Barcelona, ES @ Apolo
    10/24 - Madrid, ES @ BUT
    10/28 - Clermont Ferrand, FR @ La Cooperative De Mai
    10/29 - Geneve, CH @ L’usine
    10/30 - Bologna, IT @ Locomotive Club
    10/31 - Roma, IT @ Artisti Atlantide
    11/01 - Venice, IT @ Interzone Art Center
    11/03 - Amsterdam, NL @ Paradiso
    11/04 - Hamburg, DE @ Knust
    11/05 - Dresden, DE @ Beat Pol
    11/06 - Berlin, DE @ Astra
    11/07 - Copenhagen, DK @ Pumpehuest
    11/08 - Stockholm, SE @ Kagelbana
    11/10 - Manchester, UK @ Gorilla
    11/11 - Leeds, UK @ Brudennel Social Club
    11/12 - London, UK @ Electric Ballroom

    Lindsay Lowend art

    Lindsay Lowend


    Sep 13 at The 1up in Denver, CO
    Oct 9 at House of Blues in Boston, MA
    Oct 10 at Tower Theatre in Upper Darby, PA
    Nov 7 at Loppen in Copenhagen, Denmark
    Nov 8 at Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco, CA
    Nov 9 at Pustervik in Gothenburg, Sweden
    Nov 13 at Grote Zaal, Patronaat in Haarlem, Netherlands
    Nov 14 at Ancienne Belgique in Brussels, Belgium
    Nov 15 at The Institute in Birmingham, UK


  8. #TuneUp with BTR Live Studio

    Wild Moccasins on BTR Live Studio


    Tour Dates

    9/11-9/14 Carson Creek Ranch - Austin, TX

  9. BreakThru News, ep. 26: Dating 2.0

    By Charlotte Thun-Hohenstein

    To those not already partial to the practice, speed dating might seem more Manhattan than LA. Yet it was invented in the latter city by a rabbi in the ’90s. What a macher.

    In any event, according to the Association for Psychological Science, the 21st century has given modern dating four distinguishing features: choice, speed, similarity, and exaggeration. This is apparent with speed dating, but the trends are much more explicit with online options. Digital catalogs of prospective love interests, via website or phone app, have given us greater diversity at a higher speed than ever before. In turn, we use this choice to reinforce our own characteristics, prioritizing ‘sameness’ in categories ranging from physical characteristics to political views. And apparently everyone is lying at least a little bit about their attributes (height for men, weight for women). The only thing missing is the romance.

    Pessimists in modern dating might assert that success from these newfangled means is rare (23 percent of online daters find a spouse or long-term relationship), and that such dating habits encourage a more superficial approach to human interactions, attended by ever more unrealistic expectations of perfection from seemingly endless options. Defenders could respond that our time-deprived, career-oriented lives leave little space for any form of dating, let alone real-life romance—digital alternatives are a small form of adaptation. A good profile pic does seem to be essential to online success (according to OKCupid’s own research), and yet we might already be just that superficial in the real world: when 500 couples chosen from a pool of 3,000 individually assessed strangers were matched up based on psychological compatibility alone, 90 percent of them chose whether or not to go on a second date based on looks.

    This week, BreakThru News chatted with Christopher Hudspeth, writer at Thought Catalog (and author of “7 Dating Trends That Should Stop Immediately”) about the modern world of dating online and off. A particular point of contention—when to act aloof?

    Video Credits
    Host, Writer - Charlotte Thun-Hohenstein
    Video Editor - Andy Morell
    Script Supervisor - Matthew DeMello
    Research - Lisa Autz

    with guest - Christopher Hudspeth

  10. willderness:



    what an ass

    this is what dreams are made of

    (Source: megustamemes, via summer-city-paradise)