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New-R&B, hip-hop, UK Soul, and the latest in electronic pop. Feels-talk, moon-talk, and sultry jams.
Guten Morgen/Nacht, mein Kaetschien! Listen to an eclectic mix of the avant garde and absurd, and things in between. Minimal and maximalist electronics, dark ambient, post punk, noise, rock and noisy rock.
Otherworldly sounds to deep dance madness brought to you by Jason U.
a weekly, hour-long, almost entirely vinyl-based show focusing on the intersection between a (world)wide variety of musics and the exponential proliferation of synthesized sound, from the late 70’s on
Ear inserts (may affect balance), exhumations and curios.
Hipsters Suck = postpunksynthpsychnoisewhatever; punctuated with pretentiousness (See, I used a semi-colon!).
Live mixes of ambient, experimental, & modern classical vinyl with roots of downtempo & IDM. Highlights of current music in these genres, with some old favorites snuck in.
A lost and found of shadowed sounds from past and present, Past Haunts focuses on both the seedy and ethereal side of the contemporary underground. For more show info visit: www.pasthaunts.com
A one-hour dive into the glorious abyssal that is the world of music. Listen each week for interviews, live in studio performances and new sounds from across the globe.
A mixed bag of nutz with indie rock jams, shoegaze, folk, unreleased tracks, concert previews and festival favorites. We’ll bring you up high and light, and then down low and gloomy when you’re in the Ghost Chapel.  
Songs for the sleep deprived. Existential mood music for staying up too late and/or getting up too early.
Purveyors of night music, offering vast selections of industrial noise, grave-wave, goth melodies, heavy riffs, big bass, and dark ambiance, with a touch of witchy folk and horror classics.
Epic and Omnivorous. Big hits and weird sounds, tones, and frequencies. Kick off your Sunday mornings with music for weirdos!
Welcome to the working week. Every Monday we dust out the darker corners of vinyl, from the 1960's onward. Focusing on post-punk, its blueprints and enduring influence, a full hour is dedicated to the back covers of the back of the back of the crates.
Long, dark blues and other audio ephemera that transcend space and time.
Where the Traffic Goes plays the best in classic UK and US indiepop, punk rock, DIY noise, and anything underground.