Long ago, Marguerite was cursed to roam the earth, damned for all eternity. Only now can she free herself from her endless fate, by making her friends watch many, many pieces of vampire-based entertainment. Together they will seek the answers to the questions which have haunted her; Why do vampires never update their wardrobe? Is vampirism just hardcore anemia? And why is so much vampire media hilariously, insanely bad?
“It’s Women’s Work” will highlight the work of innovative female-identifying composers. Genres will include and not be limited to: Sound Art, Classical, Experimental, Jazz, electronic, and experimental pop. A short list of examples include: Meredith Monk, Annea Lockwood, Alice Coltrane, Hildegard Westerkamp, Olivia Block, Laurie Anderson, Pauline Oliveros, Eliane Radigue, Suzanne Ciani, Colleen, Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith, Laurie Spiegel, and MANY MORE! Current local and touring artists will be periodically invited for interviews and performance sessions. Hosted by Emily Beanblossom.
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.
2 Thrasher Ave. is a biweekly show themed around different genres and sonic experiences. Genres and sonic experiences may include, but are not limited to: Metal, Ambient, the Now That’s What I Call Music series, Drum and Bass, noise, on-hold songs, American Hardcore, the skits off Only Built 4 Cuban Linx, etc.
SAIC Section Editor Dustin Lowman and Staff Writer Luis Lopez host F Chats, an hour-long talk show featuring commentary on current events, deep-dives into F Newsmagazine stories, poetry readings, and more. The format is flexible — one week we might be treated to a live performance by student musicians, another week we might analyze the tendency in film scores to use irregular time signatures. Thoughts will be provoked; truths will be excavated. 12pm-1pm, Wednesdays.
Questions? Concerns? Just want to talk about radio stuff? Production Manager Anna Godfrey has open office hours from 12 to 1 on Thursdays! Located in the radio booth on the 13th floor of MacLean.
Grab your bagpipes and lets party! Music geek Anna Godfrey takes you through a weekly deep dive into different Celtic Folk artists and subgenres, both local and worldwide!
Jokes, interviews, discussion, current events, games, special guests, comedy segments, and smooth jazz, The Real Housewives of Old Jerusalem has it all. Each unique broadcast has comedic discussion and commentary between the co-hosts, as well as special segments featuring jokes, guests, reviews, and much much more. For the radio show that has it all look no further than The Real Housewives of Old Jerusalem.
The Best in Surf Punk, Garage Rock, and Independent Alternative. Hosted by Paloma Valencia and Sarina Swalm.
A free form show that consists of live noise performances from the hosts along with selected guest artists from SAIC. Power electronics, Ambient, Sound scape, and Harsh Noise along with others form of experimental sound performances. Last show of each month consists of selected pieces or premieres of local artists.