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Best CiTR & Discorder Magazine podcasts we could find (updated June 2020)
Best CiTR & Discorder Magazine podcasts we could find
Updated June 2020
Updated June 2020
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Join Nardwuar, the Human Serviette for an hour and a half of Manhattan Clam Chowder flavoured entertainment. Doot doola doot doo... doot doo!
Dan Shakespeare is here with music for your ear. Kick back with gems of the previous years.
A mix of the latest house music, tech-house, prog-house and techno + DJ / Producer interviews and guest mixes.
It's Vancouver's go-to hour for local independent theatre, film and music and it starts right now. Don’t touch that dial...
Join your host Matthew for a weekly mix of exciting sounds, past and present, from his Australian homeland. And journey with him as he features fresh tunes and explores the alternative musical heritage of Canada.
Crimes & Treasons is a 2 hours of new uncensored music. Every Tuesday Night at 8pm-10pm PST. With DJ's Homeboy Jules, Relly Rel$ & Horsepowar Issa Arrian, Jamal Steeles & Introducing Malik Ali Aka Yung Avocado.
All the one-off fill-in, demo, and pilot episodes of radio shows from CiTR 101.9FM from the University of British Columbia's Point Grey campus.
Unearthing the depths of contemporary cassette and vinyl underground. Ranging from DIY bedroom pop and garage rock all the way to harsh noise and, of course, drone.
Parts Unknown, an indie pop show that has been on Mondays on CiTR from 1pm to 3pm since 1999. It's like a marshmallow sandwich: soft and sweet and best enjoyed when poked with a stick and held close to a fire.
Now in its 31st year on CiTR, The Saturday Edge is my personal guide to world & roots music, with African, Latin and European music in the first half, followed by Celtic, Blues, Songwriters, Cajun and whatever else fits!
Originally conceived by veteran heshers "Metal" Ron and Gerald "Rattlehead" in 1985, Powerchord is Vancouver's longest running metal show! And the torch is still burning with contemporary hosts Coleman, Serena, Chris, Justin, and Ian, covering all sub-genres across the harsh landscape of heavy metal. New releases, local bands, the obscure, the classic, and everything in-between. Two hours of absolute brutality every Saturday from 1-3pm.
African Rhythms has been on the air for over twenty three years. Your Host, David Love Jones, plays a heavyweight selection of classics from the past, present, and future. This includes jazz, soul, hip-hop, Afro-Latin, funk, and eclectic Brazilian rhythms. There are also interviews with local and international artists. Truly, a radio show with international flavor.Genre: Dance
Live from the Jungle Room in his Top Secret Eco-Pod complex high in the Cascade Mountains, join radio host Jack Velvet for an eclectic mix of music, sound bites, information and inanity. Not to be missed! More Fun than a Boatload of Bimbos - President Bill Clinton. He Looks Marvelous! - Pope Francis II
In the airwaves since 1988 Breakfast with the Browns plays all the best new and old downtempo- electro- pop- lounge- core in an exciting eclectic blend of aural delights. Join the Browns every Monday morning and "ride that rainbow to cloudsville".... strictly squaresville.
Pacific Pickin' brings you the best in bluegrass plus its roots and branches: old time, classic country, rockabilly, western swing and whatever jumps off the shelves at us. Most shows have an artist feature and a gospel set. Hear the historical recordings and the latest releases right here.
Every show is full of electro bleeps, retrowave, computer generated, synthetically manipulated aural rhythms. If you like everything from electro / techno / trance / 8bit music / and retro '80s this is the show for you!
Code Blue plays the blues... All the blues, all the time. The blues is changing, like everything else. PAUL NORTON, JIM BURNETT and ANDY BONFIELD are your three knowledgeable hosts, bringing you the latest and the greatest, from the classics to the newest and bluest notes.
Randophonic is best thought of as an intraversal radio program which observes no particular genre, political or even space-time boundaries. Though we do often fix our focus on long running series, the latest of which we're calling The Final Countdown (aka the 1,297 Greatest Records of All Time Right Now Right Here). And we're not afraid of noise.
Informative and entertaining program in Russian
with anita bee
Real cowshit-caught-in-yer-boots country
Seeking Office is innovative storytelling and municipal news coverage from Vancouver and the Lower Mainland. Subscribe to Seeking Office on iTunes, Stitcher or Google Play.
Punk Rock and Hardcore Since 1989. Bands and Guests from around the world.
Less chit-chat. Hook it up.
Tweets and Tunes talking with Capitol 6 during their live performance at the UBC SUB.
A sub-collection of mostly disgusting and unlistenable songs and sounds.
Podcast from our first show!
CiTR Sports interviews UBC's premiere athletes, discovers the off-field stories of the Thunderbirds, and provides your weekly roundup of UBC sports action with hosts who are a little too passionate about the T-birds.
An improvised and intuited blend of organic electronic nu-gaia vibrations - eclectic structures, lush layers, and benevolent static - soundtracking the convergence of spirit and the technosphere. Hosted / mixed by Raghunath Khe.
Space is an interesting place. Marco slices up the night sky with a new topic every week. Death Stars, Black Holes, Big Bang, Red Giants, the Milky Way, G-Bands, Pulsars, Super Stars and the Solar System.
2 hour Ethiopian program on Sundays. Targeting Ethiopian people and aiming to encouraging education and personal development in Canada
A show dedicated to playing music from all parts of the spectrum (rock, pop, electronic) as well as garage and noise rock.
An unusual mix of melodic delights that include trance, spokenword, house, punk, ska, reggae, thnorock, swing, pop, blues, world, the new, the old, the weird and more.
For CiTR’s special programming blocks, off-site broadcasts live from the field, and everything else that can’t fit under the hood of a single show, check out CiTR’s Special Broadcast Page!
Skalds Hall focuses on entertainment through the art of spoken word, from story readings, to poetry recitals, to drama scenes, established and upcoming storytellers join host Brian MacDonald. Have an interest in performing? Guest artists are always welcome, so contact us!
High quality music with a special guest interview from the Pharmaceutical Sciences. Frank discussions and music that can save the world.
Host Issa Arrian, introduces you to his various interest through his unique lens. From news, pop culture, to sports. Issa will surely have an interesting take, that is undeniable.
Radio essays and travesties: Sonic Cate(s)chism / half-baked philosophy and criticism. Experimental, Electronica, Post-Punk, Industrial, Noise : ad-nauseum
The best mix of latin american music
Celebrating the message behind the music: Profiling Music and Musicians that take the route of positive action over apathy.
Back from a one week hiatus, which I guess works out to two weeks. New music from DISCLOSURE, OWEN PALLETT, WOODS, LIDO PIMIENTA and HIMALAYAN BEAR (again!). Tune in next week for a Music Waste special.By CiTR & Discorder Magazine
an eclectic mix of music, first broadcast from home!By CiTR & Discorder Magazine
May 27 show. Live from the Jungle Room!By CiTR & Discorder Magazine
Lots of new rap + our guest Andrea Woo discusses the top 10 things we all need to know about Covid-19 and how to stay safe during the pandemic.By CiTR & Discorder Magazine
Kraftwerk; Eternal Tapestry; Absolutely Free; Stereolab; Autotectonic; Kraftwerk; Stereolab; DJ Raff; Kraftwerk; Ka Baird; Klik and Frik; Kraftwerk; Peaking Lights and Einsturzende Neuabauten.By CiTR & Discorder Magazine
DESNA Interview ShowBy CiTR & Discorder Magazine
Coleman has a chat with Mayo from local promoter The Invisible Orange about missing live music and when/how it may return, as well as a feature on the cancelled Modified Ghost 5 Year Anniversary shows with Sacrifice, Razor, Cattle Decapitation, Old Man Gloom, and plenty more \m/By CiTR & Discorder Magazine
looking back at the first music festival I ever attended. 50 years ago this weekend The Hollywood Music Festival took place on a farmer's field near Keele University in North Staffordshire. It was the first appearance outside North America of The Grateful Dead. Traffic - just prior to launching John Barleycorn Must Die; British jug band Mungo Jerry…
Mah 20-20 Show. Live from lockdown!By CiTR & Discorder Magazine
Featuring The Stroppies, Erica Mah, Austra and more!By CiTR & Discorder Magazine
Interview with Stevie RossBy CiTR & Discorder Magazine
Came THIS CLOSE!!!!By CiTR & Discorder Magazine
Loscil; Seefeel; Saffronkeira; PrOphecy Sun; Lisa Gerrard; Roedelius; The Caretaker; Pantha du Prince; Brambles; Beatrice Dillon; Coil; Windy and Carl; Bill Laswell / Alex Haas; Geir Jenssen / Pete Namlook; Tor; Laurel Halo; Hodge; Lorenzo Senni; Lyra Pramuk; Lisa Gerrard / Pieter Bourke; Holy Other; Clarence Clarity; Ian William Craig; Holy Herndo…
Little Richard was a founding father of rock & roll. His fervent shrieks, flamboyant garb, and joyful, gender-bending persona embodied the spirit and sound of that new art form. He passed away on May 9th at the age of 87. Starting with 'Tutti Frutti' in 1956, Little Richard cut a series of unstoppable hits – 'Long Tall Sally' and 'Rip It Up' that s…
Music From Africa to China to Mexico to Louisiana to The Great White North. Happy Birthday to Steve Winwood and Barbara Dane and Happy World Fiddle Day to one and all! The show ended with a sudden burst of laughter. This is good!!By CiTR & Discorder Magazine
Dave plays DJ with a hour of new local music from Frazey Ford, Strap, Rob Butterfield, The Pack A D, The Sharkeaters, Grimes, lié and many more.By CiTR & Discorder Magazine
And here we are again pretending we're not locking in anywhere. This episode we follow the lead of our friends at citr and celebrate Asian heritage month! Artists (my poor pronunciations aside) who helped in that eclectic revelry are: Artemis Musicians Society Yuna ft Tyler the Creator Fanny Cry of Silence ((( O ))) Akwafina Karen O and Danger mous…
Hey family Back in 1998 African Rhythms Radio CiTR 101.9 FM Mike and David, had been doing radio for over a year...in this mostly Chicago/ Chess Records Special, we cover some familiar and unfamiliar songs and artsts...including the amazing group " Windy City" ...as Mike points out " you better be able to sang, if you are going to name your group a…
Alice crashes the proceedings and new music from SHROUDED AMPS! ORA COGAN! DIRTY PROJECTORS! DERADOORIAN! BRIGID DAWSON (ex-Oh Sees)! HIMALAYAN BEAR! and SNEAKS! Plus new old music from Ariel Pink and a long lost album from MIREPOIX sees the light of day! Pre-empted next week, but make sure to tune in for Access Day!…
adrift in ambient blissBy CiTR & Discorder Magazine
Featuring Scalper, Krief, Marin Patenaude and more!By CiTR & Discorder Magazine
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My first time playing this band, contrary to popular belief!!!!By CiTR & Discorder Magazine
Another transmission from lockdown. Coleman highlights more cancelled and postponed shows from Auroch, Exterminatus, and Archgoat; as well as a feature on new stuff from the Vigor Deconstruct label, and more...By CiTR & Discorder Magazine
Nostalgia rules the airwaves today! Plenty of reminiscences from 33 years of Roguery, plus new music from Laura Cortese, John Doyle, JMO, David Bromberg, Eliza Gilkyson, Pharis & Jason Romero, The Burnett Sisters, Wu Fei & Abigail Washburn, and Toronto's Sultans Of String, whose new CD - Refuge - may have led to my inadvertent underlying theme of t…
We revisit a (poorly recorded) visit from Pale Red to our studios from back in 2014 and then redeam ourselves by playing a couple or tracks from their new EP. We'll be very glad to get back in the studio. This radio from home stuff is hard.By CiTR & Discorder Magazine
here is a wonderful African Rhythms Radio ( here @ CITR Radio) show from Jan 1998 . In this show mike brought back a few 45s from NYC and we cover some Deep Soul, Philly and much more ...it was a wonderful moment and 22 yrs later during this challenging time, a nice chance to go back ...peace David -…
Jeff from Devours & the Golden Age of Wrestling and I had a fun Zoom call to talk about his new album, wrestling finishing moves, and life in quarantine. Also, new tunes from BE AFRAID, GUM COUNTRY, L I T H I C S, SOLA, MOUNT EERIE & MOURNING COUP.By CiTR & Discorder Magazine
twist.By CiTR & Discorder Magazine
Featuring The Vee Bees, Himalayan Bear, CLONE and more!By CiTR & Discorder Magazine
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We feature another one of the CDs from the new reissue box set of The Early Days of Bluegrass on Rounder, this time featuring The Church Brothers and Connie and Babe. We also feature some songs in honour of Mother's Day and celebrate some birthdays too!By CiTR & Discorder Magazine
Such good memories!!! I remember my friend Adriana pushing me to get Peaches autograph!!! We got backstage and she signed a poster for me. she wrote HEY CHRIS!!!! FUCK A LOT!!!!!By CiTR & Discorder Magazine
White Poppy; Pantha du Prince; Derek Rogers; Rapoon; Vril; ????; Felicia Atkinson; Slowdive; Leech; Soma; Lara Sarkissian; DJ Python; Klik and Frik; Four Tet; Ulrich Schnauss; Burial; Jacques Greene; Arca; DJ Koze; Nicolas Jaar; Teebs; Ela Orleans; Puce Mary; Sonic Youth; Aidan Baker; White Poppy & New Order.…
A whole schwack of new shit from Cauldron, Revenge, The Hallowed Catharsis, Cirith Ungol, and the new Whoredom Rife/Taake split. Plus a feature on new live releases, and an inquest into the idea and examples of "modern-classics".By CiTR & Discorder Magazine
Started with an R.I.P. to Afro-beat pioneer and master drummer Tony Allen (Nigeria), then featured lots of music about dreams. All we can do these days is dream, it seems, so I figured we needed a soundtrack! Also new music from Pharis & Jason Romero, Rory Block, Steve Riley, Sierra Hull, and more!By CiTR & Discorder Magazine
Nardwuar's 3rd interview with Ian MacKaye (Washington, DC) from 2020 ! Doot doo !By CiTR & Discorder Magazine
Repeat of interviews with Filmmakers Christopher Auchter and Charles Wilkinson celebrating the premiere of "Hadia Modern" a doc about artist Robert Davidson, on Knowedge Network.By CiTR & Discorder Magazine
Welcome back to another warm and fuzzy hour of mostly musical radio! This week is another "very special themed episode" put together in honnour of my cousin Jannell and best friend Jenny sharing a birthday on the 30th of April (the day before this aired) Enjoy the sounds of: Lake Street Drive HAIM Fiona Apple Sublime ft Gwen Stefani Doja Cat Archie…
BE AFRAID has a new EP coming next week! And APOLLO GHOSTS dropped a 35-song instant classic on our heads. That's the good news. Plus, Eleanor stops by and makes a request. Oh, and new tunes from OBLOMOV, DEAD GHOSTS, KELLY LEE OWENS, AUSTRA & ACE MARTENS, who made a mesmerizing video. I recommend you watch it and Kenneth Anger's "Puce Moment," as …
new age skronkBy CiTR & Discorder Magazine
Featuring Kira Puru, Andy White, Evan Thomas and more!By CiTR & Discorder Magazine
New music from Beeda Weeda, Westside Gunn, Jay Worthy, Ampichino, Curren$y, Ninetyfour, Live Evil, Hitta Slim, Nef The Pharaoh, Tory Lanez, CTRIK, Freelance Flint, Stevie Ross and more!By CiTR & Discorder Magazine
This week we salute two more artists from the new re-issue of the Early Days of Bluegrass, The Bailey Brothers and The Sauceman Brothers. We also have some birthdays to celebrate and some great new music. Hope you are all staying safe and healthy!By CiTR & Discorder Magazine
ALL SHOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!By CiTR & Discorder Magazine
Philip Jeck; Bryce Hackford; Sam Mallett; Jon Hassell; Building Castles out of Matchsticks; Miles Davis; Bill Laswell / Alex Haas; Nils Petter Molvaer; Fond of Tigers; DJ Python; Evan Caminiti; James Holden; Einsturzende Neubauten; Capital K; Higher Intelligence Agency; Thomas Fehlmann; DJ Python; Building Castles out of Matchsticks; Carla dal Forn…
a return from rerun oblivion (sort of) with special guest AL T guiding us through an essential list of pandemic related sounds ... and then eventually a substantial chunk of what's come to be known as the the Planet Gong Trilogy.By CiTR & Discorder Magazine
Synaptic Sandwich - April 25, 2020By CiTR & Discorder Magazine