FREAK FOLK// AVANT-GARDE // SUBPOP// BEACH ROCK// DREAM POP// BUT I REALLY JUST PLAY SONGS THAT I LIKE
A 1 hour music selection hosted by 2 odd friends. First 30 minutes dedicated to Sarah’s top synth and psychedelic picks. Second 30 minutes are Sol’s varied hip hop, rock, and whatever-he- feels-like tracks.
Each and every show includes playlists crafted by me that are either specific to a certain mood or situation. Some might even be overly specific (i.e. “Your roommates friend that you hate just came over” or “Pharrell just randomly showed up at your party and you’re trying to impress him”) Music played ranges from Etta James to Dr. Dog to Slum Village to Ennio Morricone. oprahzwigg, brought to you by Shala Miller, is nothing but a jar full of jams ready for your evening toast. (That’s a corny joke but I swear my show is good)
MCCPGS is Free Radio SAIC’s premier program for exploration of freaky punk, hardcore, art-rock, noise, and everything in-between. Hosted by Terry Cloth and Jerry Can. Bringing you an hour of weird, angry, depraved garbage every single week.
An honest perspective on what it’s like to be a graduate student in art school in 2017. Topics change weekly including real talk in the studio, new projects, mishaps, dating, friendships, art openings, and everything taking place in this moment here. Hosted by two female MFA candidates in the Painting and Drawing Department, this program will feature weekly guests from inside and outside SAIC. Every Monday at 4-5pm.
An eclectic- and perhaps unsettling- mix of alternative, avant-garde, classical, dark ambient, darkwave, dreampop, electronic, experimental, folk, post-punk, psychedelic, shoegaze, traditional, and trip-hop.
Limits is not where you will hear top 40 hits. Consisting of mainly a wide range of electronic music and a hint of hiphop you will hear classics like Human After All but more important what you probably have never heard.
“Subele mami que estas gatitas van a prender los motores.
We are DjCristi from Colombia and DjMiri from Chile and we are here to blow your mind. Our show is going to make you stand up and shake your body. With different genres of Latin American music you will always have a pleasurable experience.
We´ll be taking you on a musical, experimental, and educational journey through the lands of the southern hemisphere ranging from Bachata, to Cumbia, to Reggeaton, to Salsa, to Folklore, to Pop, to Balada and so much more.
“”Take this journey
Don’t be scared, be prepared
From the light that shines
From the top of the spine
Not the mind to the mouth, creativity release””
With a title inspired by The Grouch and Eligh’s “”Lake Release””, Take This Journey explores different musical narratives through themes like artist origins and sample roots.
An hour’s worth of music created by queer femme artists. Intersectional, trans-inclusive feminism. “Lavender menace” was a term used by radical feminists of the 70’s to condemn and distance themselves from lesbian members of the movement.
Each week one new artist from Chicago will be introduced and a guest on the show. The show will consist of a brief interview with each artist as well as playing their music and music similar to their style to spread awareness of the artist. (A live performance of the artist(s) will be held in the station per show depending on whether or not the artist is willing to performance.)
The Process and The Brief is a podcast created by the artists Paige Landesberg and Danny Shapiro. The Process and The Brief is a podcast created by the artists Paige Landesberg and Danny Shapiro. We’re investigating all sorts of structures that make creative work possible. We record two separate but equal editions each week: The Process Edition, and The Brief Edition. All of our material can be accessed through our website at https://www.theprocessandthebrief.com/
“welcome to oto :
a show focused on showcasing underground japanese music in various genres. including but not limited to: rock’n’roll, indie, shoegaze, noise, sound art, etc…
amidst all the pop music and electronic music that exists within Japanese culture, there are bands, groups, and artists that shine below the popular charts. oto explores these artists and will broaden your horizon to japanese music as a whole.”
Each show features a different guest, in which I will interview them prior to an on-air performance of a song of their choosing. The interviewees/singers will range from SAIC students to alumni and faculty. I, as host, will expose the emotional connection behind my guests’ song choice through interview. This show will serve as part therapy session, part performance, and part pop culture discussion.
Madison and Noelle come to SAIC Free Radio to talk about what’s on everyone’s mind, their astrological sign! Tune in to discuss weekly horoscopes with a special guest and dance to playlists curated by your favorite Pisces duo. We’re here to give SAIC some guidance on romance, health, money – whether you’re a passionate Leo or edgy Gemini.
Two girls chatting about everything from racism to teriyaki sauce. Discussing important topics such as intersectional feminism, racial justice, and free pizza. Cool tunes like 90s hip hop, RnB, Beyonce, and the Cheetah Girls. Empowering and embarrassing, every Thursday at 6.
Welcome to Mad Radio. A radio show that is dedicated to the rock and electronic music genres. Each week I will switch off each genre as I present to you the most awesome music I know!
Just like the classic snack, each week we’ll dive into a different genre of music and explore what each has to offer.
Welcome to GRGES Radio. We focus on blending the future with the past by playing soul, hip-hop, r&b, house, pop, funk, alternative rock and more contemporary styles like future house and sample based music. Expose the world to fresh music. Instrumentals are our best friends.
what was that? what band is this? i don’t know. it’s cool, isn’t it? wow. it’s pretty interesting. do you wanna learn more? let’s learn some more. let’s get some more info. what genre is this. where did it come from. who made this. let’s figure this all out.
The Salt on Saturdays is an evening radio show that plays laid-back independent pop and alternative music, ideal for getting ready to go out with your friends or working in the studio. The music I’ll be playing is reminiscent of my roots in Florida and the time I spent at the beach or driving along the coast. Each week I’ll invite a different guest to join me in briefly and informally discussing current events happening both on and off campus.