Jazz & Classical
52nd Street Jazz
An eclectic jazz show dedicated to playing the jazz masters and promoting jazz for newcomers and seasoned listeners alike.
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.
**Mr. Buckles is currently on hiatus, but while he’s away, please enjoy some of the finest selections from the Buckle-Up vault!**
Buckle-Up Radio, is like the Hodge Podge category in JEOPARDY!
Anything and everything is game here. Whether it’s Jazz, Psychedellic, Folk, Country, or strange Kitsch, you’ll get it on Buckle-Up. I plan to keep you entertained and on the edge of your seat, wondering what might be next!
A radio program with a primary focus on highlighting Canadian jazz artists.
In the lead-up to the 2022 TD Winnipeg International Jazz Festival, let some of UMFM’s programmers introduce you to performers coming to town.
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.
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.
This jazz show from 10:00 until noon every Sunday is designed to enlighten and provoke thought about the music and artists by offering themes most weeks, from tribute to artists, to such topics as the evolution of a given instrument, to composers vs arrangers, artists who died prematurely, to seasonal songs (ie. tunes about a given season), to jazz in the cinema, etc. Guests are always welcome to promote their music or concerts.…Rare records are utilized, as well as cds from Ray’s vast collection from years of collecting. Some might say, the program is an attempt to re-vitalize journalism in music. I have often thought about a show about music, without actually using it!
Full Moon Hacksaw
Tasty Jazz, Blues, Rockabilly, Originals & 60s Music. A weekly program spotlighting classic and modern jazz and blues.
From the hosts that brought you Goldsoundz, 3D Radio, and Crude Radio, comes a new hour-long show for the ages. Broadcasting a kaleidoscope of obscure Funk, Jazz, Reggae, and spaced-out weirdness from around the world every Wednesday night from 9 – 10, International Feel will be locked into your dial, whether you’re aware of it or not. Enjoy.
Now in its 18th year on-air, Jazz Boulevard is a mix of the latest releases from musicians out in the clubs today, classic tracks from yesteryear, and a sprinkling of Blues, Roots, and World.
Modern Jazz Today
Our passion is to broadcast the jazz good news. The joy of creating, the voice of jazz, the stories of today that are reflected in the history of yesteryear, but a deeper reflection of the landscape of today’s sound. We have been presenters of jazz, in many forms but still distilled into the same message JAZZ. We will take this passion and life’s work and implement it into what we hope to become you passion as well. Join us, grow with us and explore your passion today..
Our vision: “To create a program that will inform and inspire listeners by focusing on today’s jazz improvisational makers, standard’s arrangers and original composers.”
The sound of stage and silver screen. Weekly curated shows on a dedicated movie and TV related topic. With soundtrack music spanning the 1930s — today!
Listen to a mix of artists from decades of movie soundtracks alongside some of Hollywood’s greatest composers including Bernard Hermann, Ennio Morricone, Jerry Goldsmith, Lalo Schrifin, John Barry, Henry Mancini and more.
Orange Grove Radio
Orange Grove Radio, brought to you by Canada’s leading jazz publicity ﬁrm, features the “Latest and Greatest in Canadian jazz.” Join host Jenna Marie in her quest to discover the recordings that have been shaping the Canadian jazz scene for the past decade and eavesdrop on interviews with established and emerging Canadian jazz stars.
Impress your friends with exclusive behind-the-scenes scoops on upcoming releases by tuning in every week!
New and creative music; improvisation, prog, pop, post-punk, hardcore, harsh noise, hushed noise; just don’t say drone.
A weekly radio show hosted by Andy Senior, whose focus is on jazz and pop of the 1920s and 1930s, but veers into other genres of pre-1940 music as the mood of the program dictates. RADIOLA! is a showcase for those who keep the spirit of this music alive in performance.
Big bands, blues, swing and jazz; music from yesteryear.
Thank God It's Free Range!
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 Night Shift
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 .
the rest is noise
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