#I Serve The Bas[s]
Monday, from 10:00 am to noon
Hosted by Chelsea Daniels
~*~Rap ~*~ Jersey Club ~*~ Juke ~*~ Footwork ~*~ Rap ~*~ Detroit Techno ~*~ Ghetto House ~*~ Dancehall ~*~ Reggaeton ~*~ Rap ~*~ R&B ~*~ Baltimore Club ~*~ Ballroom ~*~ Rap~*~
Monday, from noon to 2:00 pm
Hosted by Brian Daneshgar
Lounge music, typically consisting of Downtempo Electronica, surfaced in Ibiza in the 1990s. Since then, DJs have integrated more dimensions into this sound while maintaining its downbeat rhythms. It's no secret New York's hyperactive vibe sucks students' energy, so this show offers an escape from that hustle and bustle, providing relaxed, easy-listening electronica with a progressive beat.
#The Sound Between
Monday, from 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm
Hosted by Alex Campolo
The Sound Between, airing daily from 2 to 4pm, is a show focusing primarily on new releases. Tune in every single day to hear each individual hosts' take on what's going on in the world of independent music. Depending on the day, you'll be hearing a mix of the latest indie rock, imports, rockin new reissues, local heroes, and lots more!
#Funeral For A Feeling
Wednesday, from 10:00 am to noon
Hosted by Abbas Muhammad
Hardcore punk with an emphasis on classic New York Hardcore. FFO: Revelation Records, Jnco Jeans, the act of moshing.
#Unfortunately, It Was Paradise
Wednesday, from noon to 2:00 pm
Hosted by Taher Dahleh
Unfortunately, It Was Paradise focuses on twentith century arabic music and culture. More specifically, it's dedicated to music from around 1915 to around 1990 and the political/social climate from which this music came. Most of the attention will be given to music from the Levant (Palestine, Lebanon, Syria, and Jordan) Iraq and Egypt, but some will also be given to Algeria Morocco and Tunisia. In addition to music, listeners can expect to here descrptions of historical events that are important for understanding the music and the arab middle east, as well as accounts of life during this period.
#This One's For All You Lovers
Thursday, from 01:00 am to 03:00 am
Hosted by Ian Ginsberg
This One's For All You Lovers is a show which celebrates the music of the 1950's and early 60's. The feel good songs of this era, with their simple but powerful melodies and innocent, nostalgia-inspiring lyrics are a welcome addition to anyone's afternoon. Comprised of a variety of genres (including Swing, Doo-wop, Rock'n'Roll, and Motown) we will celebrate both the hits and the misses of this phenomenal era in music. We hope to both bring these songs to a new, younger audience, and to give a throwback to some styling' swinger's who were there when these tunes first came out.
#The MainSteez Project
Thursday, from 10:00 am to noon
Hosted by Jonah Stern
The MainSteez Project delivers style with ease, bringing you hip-hop inspired electronic vibrations from around the world. Swerve through maneuvers from recent artists and producers who are taking the hip-hop scene to a new level with infusions of bass music and house. Time to turn up your system and mob out.
Thursday, from 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm
Hosted by Annie Heslinga
The global movement of electronic music is at the heart of Easyjet Sets. The show focuses on the underground electronic scenes of a different non-western metropolis each week, and how these scenes relate to traditional Western centers of electronic music. Guest DJs will be invited to talk about their scenes, as well as play a set.
Friday, from 10:00 am to noon
Hosted by Adrian Martens
Electronic and Experimental music originating from Africa and it's diaspora. Mzanzi: Post-Africanism explores viable avenues of challenging and ultimately dismantling colonialist attitudes through sound. Expect anything and everything from Shangaan Electro, Gqom, Kwaito, Tsonga Disco, Bacardi House, and Hip-Hop to Experimental Electronic Music and Tribal House. The show will embrace contemporary African culture and how artists use sound as a form of expressing their environment.
Friday, from noon to 2:00 pm
Hosted by Veronika Shamova
Sound Oddities focuses on the hidden gems of underground music from all over the globe, exploring all things wonderful and strange. Expect anything from messy European industrial to dark ambient straight from some basement in Siberia to Japanoise shrieks that almost got you grounded when your parents borrowed your mp3 player (fun times). Tune in weekly to drown out your routine.
#The Black Atlantic
Friday, from 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm
Hosted by Ahmed Hafezi
From Africa to the Americas to Europe and back, The Black Atlantic explores the triangular relationship between musical forms and the notion of a unified musical lineage with Africa as a common ancestor. Transcending traditional conceptions of race and ethnicity, and with an emphasis on movement and cultural exchange, the show will chart the construction and re-construction of the African spirit across time and space. Expect everything from African folk, spiritual jazz, cosmic funk, transatlantic dub and groovy afro-latin mutations. Every week also includes an electronic segment, showcasing the latest in grime, dubstep, kuduro and afro-house.
#Tales of the Jazz Age
Saturday, from 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm
Hosted by Katerina Giannoutsou
"Tales of the Jazz Age" is a show about the golden era of Jazz, the 1920's and 1930's. The time when Jazz was the most popular but also the most radical and controversial kind of music characterized by syncopation, fast rhythm swing but also most smooth melodies. It's a show about digging and exploring all the illegal clubs and speakeasies of the time in order to find all these names that contributed to this magic of Jazz and also about reproducing the amazing atmosphere in all these places where people went to listen to music, dance, and lose their minds.
#Between the Hash Marks
Saturday, from 4:30 pm to 5:00 pm
Hosted by Stephen & Nick
This show offers an in-depth analysis on the NFL. From fantasy football to QB ratings, we cover it all.
Saturday, from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm
Hosted by Casper Messmann
Emotional Licks explores the emo genre since its rise to prominence in the late 90s and early 00s, incorporating both bands from the genre's heyday and contemporary acts. We discover the variety of influences that have shaped the genre over time, from pop punk to hardcore to math rock. Expect heartfelt lyrics, emotive performances, and excessive vulnerability.
Saturday, from 9:00 pm to 11:00 pm
Hosted by Joseph Lee
From the vibes of the L.A. Beat Scene and Neo Soul to the compelling attitudes of Experimental Hip Hop, Wandering Sanity is a show that reflects the unpredictability and dreamscape of the mind. The thoughts that disrupt your sleep pattern, the daydreams that fill your lectures, or the rants that run amok in your commute, tune in to keep your sanity -- or lose it.
Sunday, from 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm
Hosted by Greg & Nick
"Bluesberry Jam" aims to give listeners a juicy exploration of those who tastefully and contemporarily bring the defining chord progressions, riffs, and vocal styles of classic blues to the current musical melting pot, as well as those who manifest the art of improvisation and extended, passionate expression in something that can be channeled directly into those of this generation. Thus, the show structures itself into four distinct sets - two focusing on the bands continuing the legacy of blues in unique ways ("Fresh Bluesberries"), and two focusing on the eclectic performances of both new and old "jam bands" that have carried the art into previously unknown realms of interpretation ("Juicy Jams").
#America News Now
Sunday, from 4:00 pm to 4:15 pm
Hosted by Dale Frier
America News Now is a weekly, satirical current events program hosted by Dale Frier.
Sunday, from 4:15 pm to 4:30 pm
Hosted by Anneliese Lee-Reid
Fain is a radio technician in post revolution Manhattan, a soldier in the Underground Army, one of the three anti-government groups. A dramatic insight into the lives of soldiers.
#In the Deep British Basement
Sunday, from 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm
Hosted by Aaron Schroeder
The electronic vibes coming out of England right now are unlike any that have been seen before. Taking influences from old UK Garage, Chicago house, funk/soul, dubstep, deep house, the new electronic music spreading among the UK can be heard in popular artists such as Disclosure and Rudimental, and in the lesser known artists such as Zeitgeist and Cause and Affect. The combination of sub bass minor shifts, 4x4 House/Garage beats, and both club and funk elements are typical characteristics of this music. This show is going to focus on the British artists pushing for this emerging electronic movement, their influences, and the artists that have been influenced by this sound.
#Can I Kick It?
Sunday, from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm
Hosted by Naveen Raghuraman
Can I Kick It? is a show focused on some lesser known and under-appreciated hip hop acts across the country. Without any real preference in subject matter or specific type of sound this show is hoping to expose listeners to something they might not have heard before and hopefully have them bumping their heads and looking to find out more about the artists they hear.
Sunday, from 9:00 pm to 11:00 pm
Hosted by Toby Lewis
Looking for something a bit different to party to on a Saturday night? English Lit is all of that and a bit more. Expect to hear the singles (old and new) of the urban underground followed by a set filled with dance anthems and club classics. Deep House, Garage, Grime, Industrial Techno, and whatever else England is feeling, it's deep, it's dark, it's eclectic, and it's always vibey.
Sunday, from 11:00 pm to 01:00 am
Hosted by Valentina Rocha
Hop on the Spaceship for your weekly dose of outer-wordly extravaganza. Through an eclectic mix of noise rock, space rock, shoegaze, and ever-ethereal waves of indie ambience, you'll journey through the alternative universe busy city streets just can't get to. Buckle your belts and hold tight, the ride's about to get loud.