45 Kings, Queens & Kids
45 Day is a celebration of the humble 7" showcasing DJs from around the world and their 45s collections. This takes the form of DJ sets, specific themed twitch events including 45 Funksters, 45 Raiders, 45 Dubs and more. 45 Day also digs a little deeper into DJ's lives with talk shows about mental health and all aspects of this as well as allowing DJ;s to talk about their record collections. 45 Day promotes 45 Kings 45 Queens and 45 Kids.
ElectroMagnetic Radio is thrilled to simulcast 5 1/2 Hours of 45 Day 2022 on the 4th of May (aka, 4.5 - Get It?!?!). Live from 10:30am BST / 5:30am EDT until 5pm BST / 12Noon EDT, with a sampling of DJ Kings, Queens and Kids from ACROSS THE GLOBE!
A Wandering Daydream
From the sonic-soundscape of Brooklyn, NY, "A Wandering Daydream" is a kind of 'slow radio' created by new media artist and musician Joshua Dumas. Each week, using a binaural microphone, he records a walk, and intersperses that field recording with music, poetry, and chit chat. Generally gentle, meditative, and perhaps a little boring, the show hopes to transport listeners to a restful expanse.
NOTE: Playlists for each episode available at the link below.
Sundays, 10AM t0 12Noon Eastern Time... the Perfect Time to Sloooow Down an Tuuuune In.
Curated by DJ Stodgie from the outer event horizons of ElectroMagnetic's music library. If you are all-in, then join us for a few hours of eclectic tunage. Ecelctic, free-form radio at its loudest: Current Alt-Folk/Lo-Fi/Electronica & Non-Commerical Alternative; 80's-90's College Radio gems; New Wave favs: Classic Hip-Hop: Old Skool Punk & Hardcore; Ska & Reggae; and just about anything in-between.
Get Out Here!
Mondays to Thursdays & Saturdays, Midnight to 3am ET.
Vijay & Stephens
Join duo Amrita and Andrew of Vijay & Stephens as they spin an undulating, omni-genre collection of tunes. Curating your Sunday supper with peripatetic sensibilities -- but currently broadcasting LIVE from Flatbush, Brooklyn. Whether it's new pop releases, internet house remixes, obscure r&b jams, global bangers or country classics, Assisted Living keeps you good company.
Every Sunday, 6pm - 8pm Eastern Time.
Back The Way You Came
Broadcasting from Rochester, Victoria, Australia, Paul Taylor shares the sounds of 78rpm records and a look at collecting these rare gems, playing a mix of Jazz, Country, Blues and historically relevant recordings. Your host recounts historical events surrounding these phonographic records and the stories the recordings themselves tell. Guests are invited to talk about their collections, audio archiving and cultural & community connections with phonographic recordings. This is sure to be a great mix of interesting, historically relevant and obscure music.
Airing the Fourth Sunday of every month - 2pm-4pm Eastern Time/5am-7am Australian Eastern Time
Broadcasting live from Philadelphia, in Beyond EMagination, Skye chats with a line-up of artists, healers, change-makers and all-around dazzling humans taking stock of themselves and the world around them in order to create what they want to see. We’ll trade curiosities, learnings and hot takes mixed with a healthy dose of transcendent musical tracks tuned to the theme of each segment.
Come EMagine with us!
The Third Sunday of Each Month, 2pm - 4pm Eastern Time.
Black Shirt Mixtape
Join Jesse on a sonic journey as he spins tracks live for your listening (dis)pleasure. New Wave to Hip Hop to Alternative and local artists - it's a wild two-hour journey straight from the suburbs of Dallas, TX! Come for the witty banter, stay for the eclectic tunes!
Broadcasting Live on the First & Third Thursdays of the month, 9pm to 11pm Central Time.
Blues Bird Cafe
DJ Bull Fiddle
From the origins of accoustic Country Blues in the Mississippi Delta and eastern Piedmont to the Electric Blues that developed in urban centers like Chicago, Kansas City and Memphis and the rockin' Texas Blues that expanded further on these traditions, ElectroMagnetic's Blues Bird Cafe sings the desperate, moanin', angry, longin', glorious sounds of this American musical history.
Tune in for some call & response teutelage on the Twelve-Bar Blues structure, the foundation by which most all modern Jazz, R&B, Rock, Pop and so many other musical genres are based. Class is in Session so grab a chair and get on in here - Professors Blind Lemon Jefferson, Charley Patton, John Lee Hooker, Sister Rosetta Tharpe, Lightnin' Hopkins, Stevie Ray Vaughan, just to name a few, are getting in tune.
Mondays & Fridays: 4pm-6pm ET
Tuesdays & Wednesdays, 5pm-7pm ET.
Broadcasting from Hackney, East London, Sophie Miami delivers the freshest R&B, Afrobeat and Alté Bangers, served up with a side of Sweet Nostalgia.
Live and Direct, Monday Nights from 9PM - 11PM GMT.
Broadcasting live from Houston, Texas, Lauren H (aka Record Lady) introduces an ever-changing mix of sounds and themes each week. At the crossroads, you never know what genres might meet.
Every Tuesday night, 8pm to 10pm Central Time.
The Daily Show
A daily, global, independent news hour anchored by award-winning journalists Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez, Democracy Now! presents daily headlines followed by in-depth discussions from a rich diversity of people and perspectives rarely heard from in mainstream media. Guests include international journalists, scholars, respected scientists, authors, analysts, artists, filmmakers and ordinary people who are most affected by the news events.
Airing live, every Monday through Friday from 8am-9am ET.
Don’t Think Twice
Vijay & Stephens
Foreign Posse Radio
Free-Form Radio Piracy
Americana to Metal - New Wave to Zydeco. ‘70’s Soul. ‘80’s Punk. ‘90’s Hip-Hop. Country AND Western? SURE! Mountain Music flowing down to Country Blues? WHY NOT! Alt. Folk followed by Grunge? HELLZ YEAH! Lost B-sides & Bebop? ABSOLUTELY! Broadcasting from the EM-Radio Ship of Fools HQ from New York’s Hudson River Valley.
What it is?
Setting Sail Every Thursday, 8pm-10pm off the Eastern Seaboard of North America.
From Berlin with Love
Doctor Robert & DJ Leila Sunshine
Broadcasting live from Berlin (with love!), Dr. Robert will explore a walking map of those cool and hidden topics related to Germany's current (and former) capital city - the cultural epicenter of Europe. Growing up in East Berlin, he stood on top of the wall when it came down. Dr. Robert is a leading expert on the history and culture of his city: from Punk Rock in East Berlin to the world class architecture of a once divided city to the town's wild nightlife. Conversations will be accompanied by groovy, influential alternative music and some rare soul tunes. As a special guest, the Good Doctor will occasionally be joined by special guest, teenage DJ Leila Sunshine (in German) to discuss topics important to today’s Berlin youth.
The First and Third Thursdays of each month, 12-2pm ET, 7pm-9pm CET.
He Kākano Ahau
He Kākano Ahau is the two season podcast hosted by Kahu Kutia and produced by Four & Five Films. Funded by New Zealand on Air and Radio New Zealand. Woven within the perspectives and worldviews of Māori – the indigenous people of Aotearoa/New Zealand – He Kākano Ahau seeks to share stories that uplift and invigorate our culture. The name is taken from the Māori proverb:
E kore au e ngaro, he kākano ahau i ruia mai i Rangiātea.
I shall not be lost, I am a seed sewn from Rangiātea.
Writer, activist, and host Kahu Kutia grew up in Waimana, a small rural community on the northern edge of her ancestral homeland in Te Urewera. In a place where almost everyone is from her tribe Ngāi Tūhoe, Kahu was able to learn the stories of her people and locate herself in the world. In 2015 following a move to the city, Kahu found herself questioning her understanding of what it means to be Māori. One of the many impacts of colonisation was a huge migration of Māori to the city in the 1960s and 70s in search of work. Because of this, many Māori in the city today are disconnected from their culture and the term ‘Urban Māori’ became a negative one.He Kākano Ahau: Wawatatia is the second season from the team that brought you He Kākano Ahau: Urban and Māori. In this season, we move our focus firmly into the future, engaging our interviewees in conversations that help us radically re-imagine how the future might look. Weaving together elements of interview, narration, music and poetry, we build a house in which we can all reflect on our visions. Kahu Kutia asks how we might think about the future, and what we need to get there. She explores and weaves stories that are firmly rooted in our past, and hopeful about the futures we can create for ourselves.Season 2 includes two episodes in te reo Māori, the indigenous language of Aotearoa. This was important to explore for Kahu, who raised bi-lingually from birth. While Kahu’s own father was beaten in school for speaking te reo Māori, Kahu uses her native tongue in Season 2 to explore traditional food harvest practices for Māori and the impact of climate change on those practices in episode four, as well as discussing the challenges of learning te reo Māori as a second language in episode six.
Airing twice weekly to reach our friends across the globe, including: SATUDAYS, 5p-6p NZT / 12a - 1a ET,
And WEDNESDAYS, Noon–1p ET / 5p-6p ET.
Hillbrow Happy Hour
DJ Long-Play and Little P
Live from Benoni, Gauteng via Hudson, NY, it's the great African music machine. A weekly, two hour radio safari - Cape Town to Kinshasa, Casablanca, Cairo, Djibouti, Windhoek back down to Durban and all that lies in-between.
Mondays from 6am - 8am ET, 10am - Noon GMT, Noon - 2pm - SAT.
April Margulies & Christopher Tompkins
Real talk? Strategic communications rules the world, and business is just living in it. Let communications experts April Margulies and Christopher Tomkins be your go-to guides to all things public relations and digital marketing, respectively. What do start-up founders need to know about online marketing? What if you’re a PR pro looking to maximize your media results? And how the heck do you manage an agency? Every two weeks, they’re here to cut through the B.S. and show you what’s really happening behind the scenes, and behind your screens. Tune in to join this dynamic duo as they bust through the hype to deliver the final word on the hottest developments in the brand arena right now and take a deep dive into the news and trends shaking up the industry.
Airing the Second and Fourth Saturdays of Each Month from 2pm to 3pm Eastern Time.
Jazz Forum introduces foundations of Jazz to ElectroMagnetic Radio with host Dave Jay broadcasting from the heart of Brooklyn, NY. The program explores the principles of jazz, how the interchange of ideas birthed a brand new musical language, and ultimately how jazz taught the world to express themselves with groove.
Broadcasting Live from Harmony Park Productions, Brooklyn, NY every Tuesday morning from 9am to 11am Eastern Time.
Legends of Traditonal Jazz & Country Blues, from the Swamps and Basin Street to the Crossroards and north to New York's club scene. A free-form mix of this great American art form and the creative signature of this country. As the Smithsonian's Behring Center website says, "Jazz is about making something familiar--a familiar song--into something fresh. And about making something shared--a tune that everyone knows--into something personal. Those are just some of the reasons that Jazz is a great art form, and why some people consider it "America's classical music."
From Duke and Louis to Ella and Bessie. This show's eclectic mix also includes Sun Ra to Big Bad Voodoo Daddy; Jelly Roll to Kermit Ruffins and Ornette Coleman to Benny Goodman. Swamp, Stomp, Swing, Ragtime, BeeBop, Cool Jazz, Free Jazz... And SO MUCH MORE!
-Wednesdays, Thursdays & Fridays, 6am to 8am Eastern Time.
-Saturdays & Sundays, 3am-6am Eastern Time
Let It Flow Show
Broadcasting live from the Cotter Luppi Studios in Ghent NY, tune in for this sound collage and eclectic fusion of contemporary electronic/hip-hop/metal tunes mixed in with some live shredding and axe grinding. Guaranteed to expand your musical horizons, and likley your mind AND your world.
Live from Ghent, NY on Wednesdays, 9pm to 11pm Eastern Time.
Live from the Guest Room: “Afternoon Delight” Sessions
Good for the ears and everything in between. Music and conversations you didn't even know you needed.
Appearing the Second Sunday of every month from 2pm to 4pm Eastern Time!
LOST AND BURIED IN SOUND
DJ Chris, coming at you from the West London Galaxy and beyond, the man behind the "Lost and Buried in Sound" mixtapes, delivers a monthly mix exploring present and future music from Hip-Hop, RnB, Soul, Burk, Rare Groove, Drum and Bass, Reggae, Garage, Grime and many more Futuristic Sounds.
Every First Sunday of the Month, 2PM to 4PM ET, 7PM to 9PM GMT
DJ Bear Claw
It's Time To Make The Donuts... Your early morning, "Get 'Ya Moving" or, depending where you are in the Netaverse, late night, "Get YA Ready for Sleepy-Time" mix of chill-axing Alt-Folk, Country & Western and Country Blues cuts to help you ease into/out of your day. Throw in a little Traditioanl Jazz as sprinkles on top, and you are all set.
I'll have a Apple Fritter, to go please...
Every Monday through Friday, 3am to 6am Eastern Time.
Your Middle of the ElectroMagnetic schedule, "HOWDY, Hoss"!
A mix of the best Americana, Y'Alternative & Neo-Folk Tunesmiths, PLUS yesteryear's Country & Western, Traditional Blues and Mountain Music Legends. There is some very clear connective tissue and through-shots accross the genres & ages of this music. Songs of a longing for family & home; some down on their luck, others have already pulled themselves up by their boot-straps; most are salt of the earth folks; while others are your run of the mill outlaw men & women.
Good people and harder licks make for greater songs.
-Mondays, 2pm-4pm ET
-Wednesdays, 3pm-5pm ET
-Tuesdays, Thursday & Fridays, Noon to 3pm ET
More Natural Than Strange
A theatrical experience in which the listener is witness to the process of creating a play. Most of the cast and crew involved come from the world of science and technology, many whom identify as neurodivergent, and we are going take you behind the curtain to show you how it’s done! Literally, like exactly how it’s done. We are breaking old rules and new ground in More Natural Than Strange Radio Theatre.
Broadcasting LIVE from Inner-space (aka, Pasadena, California), via the ElectroMagnetic Sound Stage, every Thursday from 9pm to 11pm Paccific Time.
My Ears Are Bent
Join your Host and Master of Ceremonies Stephen Dima as he navigates the musical history of New York's rock, garage and alternative music scenes, including a wide range of influences from around the globe. Plus, you'll be treated to a healthy dash of Gotham history and behind the curtain interviews and insights. And Hey... Bob's 'yer Uncle!
Broadcasting live from the ElectroMagnetic Satellite Studio at The Fulton Stall Markets in Lower Manhattan each Monday from 10am to 12Noon Eastern Time.
Nature Calls – Conversation From the Hudson Valley
Join Hosts Cornell Cooperative Extension Master Gardeners Tim Kennelty and Jean Thomas, plus team members Teresa Golden (The Veggie Patch) and Linda Aydlett (The Hum of the Hives) for conversations about all aspects of gardening, ecology, and nature. This weekly podcast is designed to entertain, inspire, educate and inform listeners who want to begin or enhance their gardening journey and/or explore other aspect of the Hudson Valley's natural resources. Using science-based resources, learn how to best enjoy and steward our natural ecosystem while adapting to the current climate realities.
Airing twice weekly:
-Fridays from 9am to 10am Eastern Time, and
-Saturdays from 10am-11am Eastern Time.
Not For Nothin’ Sports
Chris & Kris
Out Of Our League
Charles, Mike & Nick
Out Of Our League is co-hosted by two former NFL Executives Charles Coplin and Mike Smith. The show will feature insights and debate around what happens on the field, court, pitch and ice and what's behind the decisions made in the League Boardrooms and Media Centers that fuel the billion dollar sports industries. Charles and Mike will be joined on-air by guests as well as seek the input from show producer Nick Heilman who brings a "Generation Z" perspective to the program.
The show is broadcast LIVE from multiple locations in the New York, Connecticut & New Jersey area every Friday from 11am to 12noon Eastern Time.
Part of My Journey
Hosted live by Criztoz, the Creator of 45 Day and Head of the Forty Five Kings Collective, and joined each week by Special Guests from the global music community, Part of My Journey is a TWITCH-based talkshow now simulcasting here on ElectroMagnetic Radio.
These meaningful, intimate chats range accross a number of important mental health topics, including depression, anxiety, emotional & domestic abuse, childhood trauma, alcohol & drug addictions, therapy and so much more. In addition, Guests select and discuss three 45s from their colletion that lifted their spirits... And also often end-up discussing retro, unusual and cool confectionary! These are humbling, frank and open discussions about persoanl challenges & victories, DJ’ing, 45's, the power of online communities and much more.
Typically broadcasting on Mondays, ~8:30pm-10pm GMT / ~3:30pm-5pm ET (check the weekly schedule or 45 Day Instagram link below for schedule updates based on Guest avails).
Capts. Suzanne & Steven
Broadasting LIVE from The Salish Sea aboard the M/V Fortitude, your Hosts and Captains Suzanne and Steven Webster share the soundtracks and stories of life aboard a 54’ trawler in the Pacific Northwest. THIS is Radio Fortitude - THIS is Pirate Radio at its finest!
Plying the ElectroMagnetic airWAVES on the First and Third Sunday of each month from 9am to 11am Pacific Time.
Broadcasting live and in person from Chicago, Ill-i-noise, DJ Trudy G and RadioHitch bring you a cross-genre playlist based on a weekly theme, along with commentary and a dose of the week's music birthdays!
Every Monday night from 5pm - 7pm Central Time.
Record Ranger Radio
Johnny K, The Record Ranger
Broadcasting from Deep in the Heart of Dallas, Johnny K, The Record Ranger is wrangling records and sifting through the archives of The Texas Jukebox Project to bring your ears those nearly lost and almost forgotten Honky-Tonk, Blues and Roots music gems, with a little something extra on the side. Tuesdays from 6pm-8pm Central Time.
Rhythm Science Sound
DJ SCZ & Yared Sound
House Music is a Feeling… So get in the groove by joining the sound artists, deejays, and music/tech educators from Rhythm Science Sound for a twice-monthly serving of all things rhythm, bass and space resonating from the wide world of electronic music.
Tune in the First Sunday of the month for "House is Home", a show dedicated to House Music in all shapes, sizes, styles and global dialects.
And then tune in the Third sunday of each month for the "Rhythm Science Sound Sessions", an open format dive into electronic sound and rhythm, featuring genre spanning/bending mixes, sonic experiments and curated deep cuts.
Broadcasting LIVE from the Rhythm Science Sound Studios in Louisville, KY on the First AND Third Sunday of each month, 12noon to 2pm Eastern Time.
Rock & Roll Damnation
Ya Ma Bzzz
Plugging in from Toronto, where amps will blow, strings will grind. All things that fall under the umbrella of rock music. Punk, metal, crossover, heavy 70’s, power pop, krautrock… A good song is a good song and Ya Ma Bzzz is ready to unleash a weekly 2 hour rock and roll dose to the sound addicts of the world! Tune in and turn it up. If you like what you hear follow the mixcloud link below where hundreds of different shows from as far back as 1985 have been archived.
You'll Be Damned - Every Saturday, 10pm - Midnight, ET
Broadcasting live from somewhere near New York City, Rough Mix is Charles' authentic musical persona presented with the goal to enlighten, educate and, most importantly, entertain! Some shows will be themed, others will be more free-form, based on how he's feeling on that particular day. In addition to the music, Charles will be sharing stories and experiences from his years in the sports and entertainment industry, and here on this ever-changing planet Earth. Rough Mix is presented by Sustain Music and Nature.
On-Air every Thursday from 6pm to 8pm Eastern Time.
Sustain Music & Nature
Songscapes: Music and Nature is a podcast that shows off the two most moving things in the world. Each episode shares the story of diverse musicians, their music and their relationship to nature. Songscapes draw on the emotional hook of music and cultural capital of artists to build public support for the environment. Hosted by former NFL and NHL music executive, Charles Coplin, and produced by nonprofit Sustain Music and Nature based in Fort Collins, Colorado.
Join them out on the trail every Tuesday from 9am to 10am Mountain Time AND again on Saturdays from 1pm t0 2pm Mountain Time!
Stop the Car!
Broadcasting live from a blue dot in the Milkyway Galaxy, your host RJ urges everyone to Stop the Car! And take some time to stretch your legs on the musical road to sonic paradise. Off the highways or even the backroads, left side or right. Breath in the fresh air of sonic vibration!
Sundays from 8pm to 10pm Mountain Time!
The Ant Farm
DJ Dolly Mix
DJ Dolly Mix presents an eclectic mix curated specifically to get your weekend started, no matter what you're up to! I'll be intro'ing you to tracks you may not have come across before - everything from Hip Hop, R'n'B, Soul, Punk, Reggae & Disco! Some new stuff, vintage stuff and definitely the odd guilty pleasure! But also expect a few special guests along the way, including an explosion of pure, raw talent!
Broadcasting live from London, every other Satuday from 3pm to 5pm GMT.
The Big Picture
A series of business conversations led by Mohanjit Jolly, Partner and Co-Founder of Iron Pillar, with global investors, entrepreneurs and C-Suite executives on their experiences and insights for creating successful global enterprises. Iron Pillar is a growth stage investor in technology enterprises built from India for the world.
Airing twice weekly from Silicon Valley, Dubai, Bangalore and Beyond.
-Thursdays: 8:30am-9:30am India Standard Time (aka, Wednesday 11pm Eastern Time. 8pm Pacific Time).
-Fridays: 10am-11am Eastern Time (aka, 7am Pacific Time & 7:30pm India Standard Time).
The Cod Hole
Broadcasting live from Cod Hole HQ in Louisville, KY, join the Rave Cowboy & Bravest Sonic Interpreter, DJ J0en4hv2.0, for a deep-dive into the world of electronica and its many different counter parts for a mix and mash of genres. How many sub-genres can one show cover? Let’s find out!
Saturday nights/Sunday mornings from 12Midnight to 2AM Eastern Time.
The Deep End
Broadcasting live from Montclair, NJ, The Deep End is an eclectic mix of Tony's favorite songs & artists from the birth of rock and roll through the present day. He touches on most genres while leaning heavily on 60s, 70s, and 80s rock. Some songs you will know, some not, but he double-dog-dares you to dislike any of them.
Take That Dare, Live Every Monday from 12noon to 2pm ET.
The Defunct Hi-Fi
Broadcasting from the B-Side Basement in Louisville, KY. Parchment Farm welcomes you to the radio show companion of the fanzine DEFUNCT, where they are putting the “n' roll” BACK in Rock n' Roll. Keeping your Friday nights Rolling along here on the ElectroMagnetic Radio high seas.
Every Friday night, 10PM to 12Midnight Eastern Time.
The Forty Five Kings Collective
The Forty Five Kings Collective showcases 45's DJ's from around the World. There are a number of regular shows including "Coffee & Donuts", "Hump Day 45s", "Bright as the Sun", "Reggae Fire" and "The 45 Kids". The shows feature DJ's of all skills and experience, from DMC Champions, Selectors, to bedroom DJ's. The collective supports 45 Kings, 45 Queens and 45 Kids through their streams, website, mixes and a Facebook group.
Simulcasting from various Worldwide locations, Saturdays from 9am to 11am BST / 4am-6am EDT.
The PR Wine Down
Laura Schooler & April Margulies
The Sunday Cool Out
The Sunday Coolout show is a laid-back, relaxed vibe. DJ Dondelion grew up in Jamaica listening to his Mom, Aunts and Uncles jamming to music every Sunday afternoon. As a teen living in an apartment building on Eastern Parkway in Brooklyn, NY, Sunday morning was like a sound clash. Everyone had their music turned up, playing everything from Gospel, to Country, to R&B, to Classic Roots Reggae. That vibe kinda stuck and now, every Sunday afternoon, you will hear him blasting music from the RasFM Studio in New Jersey. Playing mostly (as he likes to call it) “Culture Reggae Music”. He also loves some of the reggae classics, so you will hear a lot of that stuff too.
The Sunday Coolout, 4pm to 6pm Eastern Time, every Sunday with yours truly DJ Dondelion (Don Di Lion).
THE WEEKLY COOK UP
Phil Edwards mixes sounds from London via New York via Kingston via Rio de Janeiro, and anywhere in between. No planned route and no set destination - bangers and the obscure, guaranteed!
Every Wednesday, 8pm-10pm GMT.