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On-air now: Modern Jazz Today 12:00am–2:00am

Up next: Jazz Boulevard 2:00am–4:00am

Program Directory

Jazz & Classical

  • 52nd Street Jazz

    An eclec­tic jazz show ded­i­cat­ed to play­ing the jazz mas­ters and pro­mot­ing jazz for new­com­ers and sea­soned lis­ten­ers alike.

  • and the rest is noise

    doing it to you in your earhole

  • Bad Intonation

    Brought to you by stu­dents of the Desau­tels Fac­ul­ty of Music.

  • Beer For Breakfast

    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.

  • Buckle-Up Radio

    Buck­le-Up Radio, is like the Hode 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!

  • CJUM Chart Revue

    A week­ly count down the top 35 right here at UMFM!

  • 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.

  • Fascinatin' Rhythm

    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 jounal­ism 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.

  • International Feel

    From the hosts that brought you Gold­soundz, 3D Radio, and Crude radio, bring to you a new show for the ages. Obscure Funk, Jazz, Hip Hop, weird­ness from around the world. Inter­na­tion­al Feel will be locked into your dial, whether you’re aware of it or not. Enjoy.

  • Jazz Boulevard

    Now in its 15th 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.”

  • Mondo Hollywood

    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 some of Hollywood’s great­est com­posers includ­ing Bernard Her­mann, Ennio Mor­ri­cone, Jer­ry Gold­smith, Lalo Schrifin, John Bar­ry, Hen­ry Manci­ni and more. 

  • Radio State

    Sam­ple free jazz, a tau­tol­ogy; mod­ern clas­si­cal, a con­tra­dic­tion; also prog, pop, post-punk, hard­core, harsh noise, hushed noise; just don’t say drone. 

  • RADIOLA!

    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.

  • Shut Up, It's Time For Radio

    I play only the tasti­est of tunes for the hun­gri­est of ears. Each show gen­er­al­ly has a dif­fer­ent theme. Get pumped.

  • Spectrums

    music from across the spectrum

  • Swing Radio

    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!