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 AND Tuesdays, 11am to 1pm Eastern Time... Perfect Times 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. 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.
Kamarita & Malong
The Asymetrics is a platform piloted by a group of like-minded friends based between Paris, France and Panama City, Panama devoted to music and arts from all around the globe, featuring artists, DJs and record collectors from many different horizons.
Featuring charts, stories, artworks, interviews and lots of mixtapes, the Asymetrics push the envelope in every direction, having as much fun with soulful eclectic records from dusty bins, forgotten classics, or obscure tropical beats, as with contemporary electronic music.
In that spirit, The Asymetrics Show, broadcasting LIVE from Panama and hosted by Kamarita and Malong, features eclectic grooves and exclusive material from the Asymetrics with no other purpose but to have fun and spread good vibes!
Every fourth Thursday of each month, 12noon to 2pm Eastern Standard Time (Panama) / 1pm-3pm Eastern Dayligh Time (NYC) / 7pm-9pm Central European Summer Time (Paris).
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 twice on the Fourth Sunday of every month:
- 4pm Australian Eastern Time (Victoria) / 6am Eastern Time (New York), AND
-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 live from Houston, Texas, Lauren H (aka the 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
It's a program worth tuning in for from Brooklyn, New York - Foreign Posse Radio is a show where foreign and domestic music is woven into one fabric. From DEMBOW, to Baile Funk, to Hip-Hop and Pop. The theme is always Unity Under One.
Bring your ears. Every Thursday, 3p-5p ET.
Free-Form Radio Piracy
Americana to Post-Punk? Yup!
New Wave followed by Zydeco? Sheeee-it!
Chicago Blues & British Northern Soul? NO Doubt!
‘80’s Hard-Core as well as OG Classic Hip-Hop? Duh!
Country AND Western? We got both kinds!
Mountain Music PLUS Country Blues? No Worries!
Alt. Folk paired with Grunge? HELLZ YEAH!
Lost B-sides & Bebop? ABSOLUTELY!
This Pirate Radio Sloop is more of an Arc, broadcasting live from the EM-Radio Ship of Fools HQ in 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 has completed its replay run here on ElectroMagnetic Radio. all episodes from the project's two seasons are available via the Radio New Zealand website . Please visit that link to listen to them. Please also follow the show's producer & host Kahu Kutia on Instagram at this link for future projects.
ElectroMagnetic wishes to extend our sincere appreciation to Kahu Kutia, Ursula Grace Productions, 4 & 5 Films and Radio New Zealand for allowing us to re-air their fantastic production of He Kākano Ahau. We are honored that they would entrust us with such a vital, personal piece of journalism.
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.
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.
Visit Dave Jay's past show's on the ElectroMagnetic Station Archives MixCloud Page (link above).
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 occaisionally, when the mood suits or when the weather permits! Check the schedule, or just send out some good vibes...
LOST AND BURIED IN SOUND
DJ Chris Edwards, 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
FKA, The Cod Hole Broadcasting live from Maison Joenah 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.
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 & New-Folk Tunesmiths. PLUS selections from yesteryear's Country & Western, Traditional Blues and Mountain Music Legends. There are some clear connective tissues and through-shots accross these genres and artists. Songs with themes of a longing for family & home. Some are 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-Tuesdays, 1pm-3pm ET
-Wednesdays, 3pm-5pm ET
-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 Pacific 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.
Natural Born Digger
As a child of the ‘90’s, DJ Riku is a Natural Born Digger. Inspired and influenced by his older brother who is also a DJ, Riku visits various record stores every week searching for that special smooth groove based in R&B and Hip-Hop. He is an active Selector and Producer in Kansai, Okinawa and, primarily, around Nagoya, Japan. Since 2016, DJ Riku has concentrated on creating Mixes and, during that time, has posted more than 100 works on Mix Cloud, steadily gaining solid props (so check his Mix Cloud links below!).
Natural Born Digger with DJ Riku airs on ElectroMagnetic Radio twice weekly:
-Fridays: 7pm-9pm Japan Standard Time, aka Fridays: 6am-8am Eastern Standard Time,
-Wednesdays: 7pm-9pm EST, aka Thursdays: 8am-10am JST.
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
Re-Broadcasting from 'Jerse, Brooklyn, Vermont and some other parts unknown. Friday Morning Quarterbacks Kris and Chris spend an hour+ of your time putting their money where their mouths are - and their friendship on the line. The best news in Sports since Huey Lewis.
Fridays, 6pm-7:15pm Eastern Time. K?
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.