**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.
Studio 393 is a youth-led arts studio, an initiative of Winnipeg’s Graffiti Art Programming Inc. The space, located in the Portage Place Shopping Centre Skywalk, is dedicated to connecting emerging artists to each other and to community organizations that will help them grow as individuals and artists.
Each week, this show is produced by participants in the program who share their thoughts, their music and their aspirations.
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.
Back in a familar spot, your ol’ pal Skippy covers the musical landscape! Tune in each week for interviews, special features and great music!
Dance, mix, fusion, rock, pop, noise, beats, treats, and hangouts, doing-your-homework, monday, 630pm, radio slot.
So sit back,
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 the continent.
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.
Bringing you the latest in neo soul, funk, indie pop and electronic tunes, with an emphasis on women’s voices.
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.
She’s got the mother f**n beat…do you? Tune in for a different mix of upbeat tunes each week with a sprinkle of social justice and activism discussion. Featuring electronic, dark electronic, rock, metal, hip hop, pop and funk music. Hosted by Cheryl Sobie.
Thank God It’s Free Range! Join host (and UMFM Program Director) Michael Elves as he starts the weekend off with a rundown on upcoming shows; interviews with local, national and international artists; and all sorts of good music. Here on 101.5 UMFM, the weekend starts now!
the best in late night sounds, curated weekly for your earholes. climb aboard the mothership.
The Night Shift feverishly supports diverse, adventurous artists and musical genres, ranging from Psychedelic Punk to Post-Jazz, Instrumental Hip-Hop to Musique Concrète, with a heavy focus on Canadian and Independent artists .
doing it to you in your earhole
This show is a hip-hop based music show that focuses on sample based hip-hop and the samples behind the music.
Finding the through-line between jazz, soul, hip-hop funk and neo-soul. With elements of punk rock and other genres, Brendan will be putting together a diverse set-list every week. Without a doubt, “This, That, and the Third” is quickly going to become your new favourite radio show!
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**currently on a COVID-induced hiatus, enjoy some “classic” episodes until we eventually return**
After a 15 year run with Songs That Sing and a four year hiatus, I am back with a new show, Uphill Both Ways. Much like the old show, I will be dabbling in all of the rock ‘n rolls, new and old, including many weird sounds in between.
In an attempt to broaden the show’s horizons, I plan on having guests go head-to-head on selling one another critically acclaimed music that one party can’t stand and the other party is a super fan of. Will the fan be able to convince the skeptic? The music will settle the score!
One of the few weekly hip hop mixtape shows today on Canadian radio. Gamma Krush and his frequent guest collaborators give you a continuous blending groove of underground and alternative hip hop, boom bap, old school, true school.