Loud & Punk
A weekly broadcast dedicated to Rock ’n’ Roll, specializing in noise rock, garage, punk, sleaze, stoner/sludge & hard rock. A Sordid Hour gives refuge to the aspiring, the unfamiliar, under-rated and unsung bastions of rock and roll.
**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.
Playing the best of Canadian music past, present, and future!
Loud rock, psychedelic, punk, world and soundtracks.
Rawk, punk, metal, garage, surf, country, noise, rockabilly and more.
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.
Chaque semaine, à partir de la toundra dans un bunker datant de la Guerre froide, l’animateur Nafre propose des thématiques exposant ce sous-genre du métal extrême. Musiques païennes, dénonciations misanthropiques, mutations esthétiques et primitivisme total servent de points de repère dans cette quête malsaine. Vous y entendrez les révélations les plus terribles, qui brutalement se heurtent au problème de l’existence et à la froide vérité de la nature. Une exploration radiophonique que pour les plus enhardis…
Greetings everyone, welcome to Jungle Telegraph, my name is Nicco, from the city of Firenze, Italy. The goal would be to showcase the best in vintage music, I will put the spotlight on rhythm’n’blues, old rock’n’roll, soul, funk, punk rock and all the dots in between.
As we will be programming under some distant circumstances for the foreseeable future, we’ve got some old friends who will be providing us with some programming during the lockdown.
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.
A weekly radio show featuring the best DIY punk, garage rock and hardcore from the astounding, ever-growing Maximum Rocknroll record collection.
no/new wave, (post)punk, indie rock(?), and good ol’ pop songs
Sample free jazz, a tautology; modern classical, a contradiction; also prog, pop, post-punk, hardcore, harsh noise, hushed noise; just don’t say drone.
60s garage punk, garage rock, proto-punk, freak beat and psychedelia from the entire planet. Your regular toe-tapping trip down memory lane this ain’t! Focusing on obscure ’60s garage punk/garage rock, if it’s cool we’ll play it!
**currently on a COVID-induced hiatus, enjoy some “classic” episodes until we eventually return**
UMFM’s answer to Brave New Waves, Revolution Radio is an eclectic mix of punk, new wave, ska and reggae, with even some Brit pop thrown in for good measure!
Your host Twist spins a combination of classic and newer tracks from each genre, plus a healthy dose of local music.
Be part of the Revolution every Tuesday, from 4 to 5:30, on UMFM 101.5 !!
Join me each week as we listen to and discuss music and musicians, both new and old, that push boundaries, broke moulds, and experimented with style, genre, and instrumentation.