Hosted by Nick Spitzer • Listen live Every Sunday at 1:00am and Saturday at 7:00am
American Routes is a weekly two-hour public radio program produced in New Orleans, presenting a broad range of American music — blues and jazz, gospel and soul, old-time country and rockabilly, Cajun and zydeco, Tejano and Latin, roots rock and pop, avant-garde and classical. Now in our 15th year on the air, American Routes explores the shared musical and cultural threads in these American styles and genres of music — and how they are distinguished.Browse Episodes
Hosted by “Dub” Warren Williams • Listen live Every Thursday at 2:00am
Dub focuses on R&B, Jazz , Reggae and music from the 60s and 70s and how different genres can fit together nicely. If you appreciate classic and obscure rhythmic music, Dub can set you up with some fine listening!Browse Episodes
Hosted by Rebecca Roche • Listen live Every Wednesday at 2:00am
Eclectics is a (variety) music showcase. This will be the first place you will hear many local artists, as well as national and international musicians, such as Sheryl Crow, Brollywacker, Shona Laing, David Hakan, Nick Lowe, The Rainmakers, Jen Raz, Mike Cross, David Lindley, Nellie McKay, The Samples, Dana Lyons.Browse Episodes
Hosted by Scott Bunte • Listen live Every Friday at 9:00pm
Scott's philosophy for the show is that our modern music is a constant continuum of folks building upon, blending and deconstructing everything that has come before. There is always something new to listen to if you trace the origins of sounds or seek out new interpretations. His goal is to explore hidden branches for hidden fruit on a tree far from the mainstream.Browse Episodes
Hosted by • Listen live Every Tuesday at 12:00am
With the syndicated program Nuestra Música (Our Music) we present the rhythms and folklore of Latin America, Spain and Portugal. From Tango to Flamenco and all things Latin in between. The show explores the native instruments, languages and traditions played in 22 countries and one territory. Other than Spanish and Portuguese, Nuestra Música presents songs in the following languages: Quechua, Mapuche, Guarani, Nahuatl, Gallego, Spanish Basque, and Catalan.
Hosted by long time Sarasota resident Mariano Vera: formerly art and literature critic in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and Washington D.C.
Among many styles we present: Tango, Chacarera, Baguala, Zamba with a Z and Samba with and S, Bossa Nova, Cumbia, Llanero, Vallenato, Merengue, Parrandera, Son, Bolero, Ranchera, Corrido, Marimba, Fado, Flamenco, Sevillanas, Jota, Blues, Jazz, Danzon, and Mambo.
The Countries are: Argentina // Bolivia // Brazil // Cape Verde // Chile // Colombia // Costa Rica // Cuba // Dominican Republic // Ecuador // El Salvador // Guatemala // Honduras // Mexico // Nicaragua // Panama // Paraguay // Peru // Portugal // Puerto Rico // Spain // Uruguay // Venezuela //Browse Episodes
Hosted by Nicopisa • Listen live Every Thursday at 12am
2-hour radio broadcast featuring an eclectic mix of music from my personal library. A ’no genre’ format will showcase songs, musicians, singer-songwriters, Dj’s, producers and record labels that are on my favorite list; giving a voice and spotlight to music and artists that are often overlooked by mainstream commercial radio. Broadcast Thursdays Midnight - 2am; streaming live and archived for 2 weeks after original broadcast. Feel the music - share the love.Browse Episodes
Hosted by Andrew Erdrich • Listen live Every Friday at 12:00am
The Stink is an absurdist music and variety broadcast focusing on a new theme each week. This program will showcase idiosyncratic subcultures such as DIY, alt-comedy, novelty, anime, weirdo literati, cole slaw appreciation, internet culture, and the like. The hosts Alex and Andy are lovable doofuses that drip with a fiery joie de vivre while presenting themselves to listeners as approachable and laid back.Browse Episodes