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Program Directory

Electronic

  • After 8 Radio

    Fun break­beat­’y music, mixed live on air. Bumpy UKG and bassy house too! With guests some­times ;D

  • Amplified Radio Presents...

    Ampli­fied Radio Presents is the 5th gen­er­a­tion of Ampli­fied Radio, a Cana­di­an elec­tron­ic radio show air­ing since 1999. Host­ed by Bar­ry Rooke, Ampli­fied Radio Presents: fea­tures 7 dif­fer­ent styles” of show, all mixed live, released twice a week for your lis­ten­ing pleasure.

  • Beer For Breakfast

    **cur­rent­ly on a COVID-induced hia­tus, enjoy some clas­sic” episodes until we even­tu­al­ly return**

    Tasti­er than toast, Beer For Break­fast is a full-serv­ing of home­grown artists, with a side order of vis­it­ing musi­cians.

    Span­ning all gen­res with the sweet sounds of Peg City since 1999, Broose deliv­ers direct to your radio; news, show list­ings, inter­views, per­for­mances, and tons of tunes; live, baby, live, every Sat­ur­day morn­ing at 8am.

    Plus, we end every show with the Near­ly Sci­en­tif­ic Six Pack — the six hottest songs from Peg City.

    Thank you for sup­port­ing local music.

  • Current Fantasy

    The show brings you a new, live, extend­ed, mod­u­lar and hard­ware syn­the­siz­er explo­ration every week. Host and syn­th­mas­ter Jeff Heisholt invites you into his mind for the hour to intro­duce you to his CUR­RENT FANTASY.

  • Deep Threes

    Deep Threes is the week­ly radio show that brings you eclec­tic instru­men­tal sound­scapes that fuse jazz, elec­tron­i­ca, sound­tracks, mod­ern clas­si­cal, exper­i­men­tal music, and more into extend­ed mix­es. At the heart of this process is the music. The syn­er­gy of math and physics, mechan­ics and elec­tron­ics, infused with the human spir­it, ris­ing up in a riv­er of feel­ings along­side all the glis­ten­ing gems we found along the way.

  • Demo Show

    Just for training

  • Drifter In The Dark

    A week­ly mod­ern day mix-tape. Not bound to any par­tic­u­lar genre. We shift from new col­lege rock/​indie favourites, punk to funk, surf/​garage rock, folksy, bluesy, etc. 

    Email: [email protected]​umfm.​com / Twit­ter: @drifterumfm

  • Dub Ditch Picnic Radio

    We like base­ment psych, punk rock, no wave, kraut jams, long lus­cious drone, and of course Dub.

  • Expansive Prairie Skies

    Expan­sive Prairie Skies draws inspi­ra­tion from the wide open vis­tas that sur­round Win­nipeg.
    It’s the oppo­site of feel­ing hemmed in.
    It’s the sound­track to a late night dri­ve beneath a boun­ty of con­stel­la­tions.
    Con­tem­po­rary clas­si­cal and actu­al clas­si­cal.
    Avant-garde and musique con­crete.
    Noise and ambi­ent music.
    Jazz and more jazz.
    The host pro­vides the son­ic stratos­phere,
    the music does the talk­ing, you do the dreaming.

  • Free Range Radio

    Your ol’ pal Skip­py cov­ers the musi­cal land­scape! Tune in each week for great music and what­ev­er else comes his way!

  • HLLL!YH! WPG!

    Hll­lYh! Winnipeg!

    Dance, mix, fusion, rock, pop, noise, beats, treats, and hang­outs, doing-your-home­work, mon­day, 6 to 8pm, radio slot.

    So sit back,

    dance around,

    draw some stuff,

    read this book,

    crush on that girl or boy, they’re prob­a­bly not who you think they are,

    go for a walk, decide to talk, 

    you’re dri­ving around, smok­ing those sticks,

    give some time to rethink those bricks,

    and have a fun thought in the mid­dle of the continent.


    Cheers!

  • J. Shields Presents...

    Method­i­cal­ly craft­ed mix­es from the music mind of Jason Shields…

  • Live on KEXP

    Live Music record­ed local­ly and dis­trib­uted around the world. Brought to you by KEXP.

    Under the Nee­dle is a week­ly series fea­tur­ing the best of KEXP’s live in-stu­dio per­for­mances. With finan­cial sup­port from the Cor­po­ra­tion for Pub­lic Broad­cast­ing, KEXP is mak­ing this week­ly series avail­able at no cost to col­lege and com­mu­ni­ty sta­tions from across the coun­try. Each show is also archived and avail­able on this site. KEXP hosts over 400 in-stu­dio ses­sions each year, includ­ing a range of gen­res and a mix of well-estab­lished and up-and-com­ing artists. Kevin Cole and his staff choose among these ses­sions to bring an eclec­tic mix of incred­i­ble live per­for­mances to Under the Needle.

  • Lost In Bass

    Join me, T‑23, for a con­tin­u­ous mix of House, Tech-House, Tech­no and beyond.

  • Mixtropolis Mixshow

    For over 2 years Mix­trop­o­lis Mixshow” has been bless­ing the air­waves on Jet­setlife Radio in Paris France, bring­ing Dj Dialog’s O.G. brand of mix­ing and scratch­ing to the oth­er side of the pond. After 4 years, Canada’s radio Mixshow vet­er­an, Dj Dia­log has returned to CJUM 101.5 FM Fri­day night’s Mid­night — 2 A.M…Welcome to the City Of Mix­trop­o­lis. Escape, leave your wor­ries at the bor­der and let your mind be free! If you can’t make it to Ibiza, Awak­en­ings, BPM, ADE, Shamb­ha­la, Insom­ni­ac or MEME Fes­ti­val, this is the next best thing! Ded­i­cat­ed to bring­ing the best and exclu­sive music from the likes of Drum­code, Mood Records, Tool­room, Restrict­ed, Intec-Dig­i­tal, Sci+Tec, Ner­vous, Wave­form Record­ings and more to Win­nipeg!! |Tech­no-Is-Life|

    Stay Con­nect­ed!

    https://​djdi​al​o​gof​fi​cial​.pro​modj​.com

    http:s//www.facebook.com/angryrabbitrecs

    http://​www​.twit​ter​.com/​d​j​d​ialog
    http://​www​.mix​cloud​.com/​d​j​d​ialog
    http://​www​.sound​clound​.com/​d​j​d​ialog
    http://​www​.face​book​.com/​d​j​d​ialog
    https://​www​.youtube​.com/​u​s​e​r​/​D​j​D​ialog

  • Night Light

    Bring­ing you the lat­est in neo soul, funk, indie pop and elec­tron­ic tunes, with an empha­sis on wom­en’s voices. 

  • NO LABEL RADIO

    Intro­duc­ing sounds and artists unheard by the pub­lic, this is a week­ly deep-dive of tracks fea­tur­ing pro­duc­ers, singers, and emcees in the milieu of r&b, elec­tron­ic, hip-hop, and soul.

  • OOR

    Over­growth Online Radio [OOR] is a week­ly cura­tion of musi­cal bliss, you can expect to hear a wide range of styles. OOR pur­sues high­light­ing tracks from around the world and con­tem­po­rary fusions of gen­res. The only for­mat is that there is no for­mat. Episodes are uploaded on Over​growth​.ca every Sat­ur­day at 2pm (EST). Host­ed by Jack­son Melenchuk, pro­duced in Mon­tréal, Canada.

  • Pastoral MIDI

    Dreamy, vin­tage, under­ground, and out-there sounds from Cana­da and around the world. Explor­ing the cos­mos of synth pop, rock, AOR schlock, ita­lo, folk, exper­i­men­tal, indie, ambi­ent, house, soul, tech­no, shoegaze, dream pop, and every­thing in between. 

  • Queer Quarks

    ***ON HIA­TUS FOR AUGUST 2020- BACK IN SEPTEMBER***


    A queer talk and music show explor­ing queer media, pop cul­ture and cur­rent events. Host­ed by Ley Fras­er, a non-bina­ry queer woman with a Mas­ter’s in Gen­der Stud­ies and expe­ri­ence writ­ing, talk­ing and teach­ing about gen­der and sex­u­al­i­ty for 10+ years. 

    Ley has pre­vi­ous­ly co-host­ed anoth­er queer talk show called Queer Quarks: Beyond the Bina­ry with Karen McDow­ell at the Uni­ver­si­ty of North­ern BC. They worked as a gen­der advo­cate and edu­ca­tor for Trans­form: Trans and Non Bina­ry Youth and Fam­i­ly Sup­port (out of North­ern BC) and have been involved with Pride orga­ni­za­tions for a num­ber of years. Ley enjoys talk­ing about queer top­ics, and has a lot of opin­ions. They try to be as bal­anced and cir­cum­spect as pos­si­ble (espe­cial­ly if they are not a mem­ber of the group being dis­cussed) but they encour­age you to think crit­i­cal­ly about the issues, to check out source mate­ri­als, lis­ten to mar­gin­al­ized groups (espe­cial­ly about their own expe­ri­ences) and respect the iden­ti­ties of every­one around you. 

    Please email Ley your ques­tions at [email protected]​gmail.​com (or mes­sage the Face­book page). They are hap­py to answer any well-inten­tioned question.

    EXCEP­TIONS: if the ques­tion is abu­sive, inap­pro­pri­ate or inten­tion­al­ly igno­rant (there are two+ gen­ders; this is based on obser­va­tions of man­i­fes­ta­tions of gen­der across the globe, not your opin­ion) they will ignore it/​not talk about it on the air/​or talk about it and crit­i­cize you.